Archive for December, 2013
In San Francisco, employees who work for Silicon Valley companies like Yahoo, Apple, Facebook and Google get a nice employee perk- private bus lines that offer cushioned comfort for the ride to work.
Buses have benefits over other forms of transportation. One of the main advantages is that buses are more environmentally friendly. Since more people are in one space, less fuel is burned than if everyone took a car. This can also help make trips cheaper. If you are looking for buses for sale for your senior home, church or transportation company, there are a few things you should keep in mind.
1. Understand Financing
It’s easy to get caught up in the promise that a bus holds. “Oh, the places you’ll go!” as the Dr. Seuss book of the same name goes. While it’s true that buses can make traveling more
Imagine for a moment that the worst thing that could possibly happen to your hybrid vehicle does happen. The hybrid battery is dying, if not already dead. The car won’t start anymore. This scenario is actually more common than you might realize. In 2012, Honda was brought to court in the United States due to problematic batteries which were hurting fuel efficiency, and not lasting as long as advertised. However, even without extenuating circumstances, everlasting batteries don’t exist, and so you can expect that your hybrid vehicle battery pack will one day run out of juice. When that day comes, here is what you will need t
Traveling long distances is difficult, even before you factor in logistics such as timetables, budget, and how each person and each vehicle will arrive at the new destination. When people need to get their cars from New York to San Francisco, or even from one end of California to the other, they come up with some fairly creative ways to get the job done. Much of the time, these solutions are formulated in an attempt to save money and avoid using vehicle shipping services, or other well known specialized transportation services.
However, in an effort to be as thrifty as possible, well-meaning car owners might actually be racking up their expenses, risking their vehicles, or even their own safety.