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Understanding an Infotainment System and How to Make it for You

The latest buzzword in automotive technology is the infotainment system. This comprehensive system encompasses a variety of services, including entertainment options, navigation, and useful driving data. The vehicle experts at Piazza Honda of Philadelphia want you to be informed about your vehicle's features so that you can harness the power of technology to deliver a more enhanced driving experience.

Many of today's biggest automobile manufacturers have designed and implemented their own patented infotainment systems for use across all of their vehicles....
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Hatchbacks: Making Up For Small Sizes

Although they might not be quite as spacious as a sedan or an SUV, a hatchback offers quite a few benefits to consider while you're driving in Philadelphia. This kind of vehicle is often easier to park because of its smaller size. You can lift the hatch and fold the seats to haul a few larger items while keeping the amazing gas mileage that hatchbacks offer.

Before leaving the Piazza Honda of Philadelphia, you can explore the numerous safety features that are offered, such as airbags and anti-lock brakes. The hatchback is lightweight, making it a car that's…

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How to Debadge Your Car

Many people choose to debadge their car to change its look. Debadging a car can give the body of the car a sleek, uninterrupted look. Debadging a car is a mostly quick and easy process; it requires only a few common household tools to accomplish. It is, however, worth knowing how to do properly so that you don't damage your vehicle's paint.

Find out How The Badge is Fastened

Some badges are fastened with clips, and others are held in place by an adhesive. If clips are used to hold the badge in place, the process will be…
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NHTSA vs. IIHS safety rating crash tests

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Association each have their own methods for measuring vehicle safety. Used car buyers for whom vehicle safety is important should know the different safety rating systems.

The NHTSA measures frontal impact, side impact and rollover likelihood, to arrive at a safety rating between 1 and 5 stars. To rate for frontal impact, the NHTSA crashes the vehicle into a barrier at 35 mph. Side-impact involves two tests: a vehicle T-boning the test vehicle at 38.5 mph and the test vehicle side-impact colliding with
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Information About an Automobile Infotainment System

In the automotive world, infotainment is a term that's used to describe key technology in a cabin. Many automobile brands use infotainment solutions to power communications hardware, entertainment applications, and data technologies.

No matter how a system is designed, a typical infotainment unit will have similar features and functions. The most popular icons give users opportunities to access radio stations, navigation tools, and media options.

All automobile brands have their own unique infotainment technology. Depending on the car, some solutions for strategic...

 

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A New SUV Can Carry Everyone You Need

Looking to purchase a new vehicle? With so many features that new cars promote, it is important that one takes the time to do a little research on cars before making the big jump. Today, we are going to talk about the benefits of an SUV.

If you have a big family, then you may have trouble finding a vehicle that can carry your entire family. This is why an SUV may appeal to you. The days of taking several trips back and forth from point A to point B to get all your family in one place will be…

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Fun Roadtrip Games That Will Keep the Kids Busy

Fun games to play in your vehicle as you head out for that summer vacation will help to keep the kids entertained for a long time. Here are two of the most popular games to play in the car.

When you say, "I Spy with my little eye," you have to think of something the rest of the car can see. They can ask up to twenty total yes and no questions until someone guesses correctly. If they are stumped, the player simply chooses another item. 

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