It's a good product.Corrosion FREE protects your vehicle against damage caused by salt, liquid de-icing and winter driving conditions. It is designed to penetrate the seams and crevices. It eliminates moisture. It prevents rust and corrosion in all metals, it protects vinyl and plastic surfaces from UV rays and improves the function of moving parts through lubrication.
The PC government has announced a $10 million boost for the auto industry in Ontario.
As hundreds of thousands of Maritimers remain without power after Dorian, fire and safety officials are warning about the dangers of generators after a number of fires in the region.
An historic century-old general store on Nova Scotia’s South Shore has been badly-damaged by fire involving a generator.
Hurricane Dorian has left Nova Scotia without power, at least a lot of it. The province is still dealing with the mess of the passing storm, and while crews are working diligently to clear debris, thousands of residents are still without power as of Sept. 9.
According to a tweet from the utility, they have restored power to roughly 50 percent of homes that lost it during the storm. Crews from Maine have also driven across the border in order to provide assistance in restoring power to the province.
Dorian may not have hit Nova Scotia with the same punch as Hurricane Juan, but due to the storm’s “widespread” impact across the province the power utility is facing their largest restoration challenge ever.
The former hurricane barrelled into the Atlantic region on Saturday as a post-tropical storm with winds reaching between 120 and 150 kilometres an hour, and rain in the 100 to 200 millimetre range, according to the Canadian Hurricane Centre.
Rust Cure is a Corrosion Free product (mentioned previously) and is good. Rust Check would be a better buy as it's often on sale, red can for inside panels and green can for underbody.No, it is not... I will tell you in the afternoon... it's Rust Care or something like that and I never saw it before
I'll post a picture tonight...
Search is on for primate after Texas residents report seeing one on the loose: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/search-primate-after-texas-residents-report-seeing-one-loose-n1052221
LEVY, are you safe? Could it be Achmed? or Walter? or Bolton? Have you had your rabies shot? still have your Tarzan outfit? Do you have a baseball bat? Can you swing a baseball bat? fast?
We will be watching Fox News reports from Dorian devastated Alabama.
It was Jan. 21, 1996, the last day of the winter buck season. Missy, Lilly, and Meggy, two of them nursing mothers, had been shot dead – "blowed apart," according to the game warden called to the scene. A fourth survivor, Jason, was left with only a stump for an arm. All had been shot a few feet outside their home fence line, while snacking on deer corn that had been spread as bait.
At the time, many locals could have predicted this would happen. But the actual chain of events, the true story behind one of Texas' most persistent rural legends – the 1996 open season on monkeys – is a story that has steadily faded. How had monkeys come to be standing in the Texas hunters' firing line?
The troop under fire consisted of wild but rapidly acculturating "Snow Monkeys" (more precisely known as Japanese macaques, or Macaca fuscata). This particular troop began as about 150 in number, previously evicted from the encroaching suburbs of Kyoto, Japan. They had been brought to the South Texas Primate Observatory in 1972, in the first attempt at the relocation of an entire primate population. The observatory's ranch near Dilley, in Frio County, was much hotter than the macaques' Japanese home, and at first many perished. But South Texas eventually provided the conditions the monkeys needed to thrive: a wild setting, water tanks, plenty of mesquite beans, cactus fruits, and lots of tall brush to climb around in. Things went very well – at least for the first couple of decades......
These pictures remind me of an old saying about my native country: Romania is a beautiful country... too bad it is populated!Our Hotel in Puerto Vallarta.
Under pressure from the federal government, General Motors is recalling nearly 3.8 million big pickup trucks and SUVs in the U.S and Canada to fix a brake problem.
There have been 113 reports of crashes and 13 injuries related to the problem, according to GM.
The recall covers the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500, 2500 and 3500 pickups from the 2014 through 2018 model years. Also included are the Cadillac Escalade from 2015 to 2017, and the GMC Yukon and Chevy Suburban and Tahoe from 2015 through 2018. .....
FCA predicts the repair should take just 12 minutes to complete.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is expanding a previously announced recall for Ram 1500, 2500, and 3500 tailgates because the panel may open unexpectedly while driving. The campaign now covers a total of 1,103,479 vehicles, versus affecting 410,351 pickups in the original filing from May 2019. .....
There is without a doubt that the 2020 Ram 1500 models are the safest pickups the brand has ever produced. Now, the 2020 Ram 1500 Crew Cab models have been named a Top Safety Pick+ for 2019, which is the highest rating given by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). .....
FCA sales figured August 2019 FCA (Est.)
Ford Total 209,953