ਇੱਕ ਨਜ਼ਰ ਮਾਰਦੇ ਹੀ ਪੰਹੁਚ ਜਾਵੋਗੇ 50 ਸਾਲ ਪਿੱਛੇ ਦੇਖੋ 1980 ਦਾ ਰੰਗਲਾ ਪੰਜਾਬ ਇਸ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਨੇ ਬਣਾ ਦਿੱਤਾ ਲੱਖਾਂ ਰੁਪਏ ਖਰਚ ਕੇ ਪੁਰਾਣਾ ਪੰਜਾਬ ਦੇਖੋ

 Heaps of people are guessing about GM’s future. In the event that you take all the press reports on the most fundamental level, you would believe that Overall Engines is in a coma. Truth be told, the inverse is valid particularly when you take a gander at the worldwide picture. In 2005, “the General” sold in excess of 9 million vehicles around the world, whenever the automaker first arrived at that figure beginning around 1978. Indeed, U.S. automobile deals are down and some are calling for GM to diminish its many brands, as of now numbering 8. Who should GM give up? Or then again, should General Engines stay with the strategy and keep up with every one of the 8 brands? 


 You could remove Saab from that pack as the Swedish automaker (albeit completely claimed by GM) fabricates not many vehicles in North America. All things considered, GM remembers Saab for its showcasing construction so we’ll keep them in for the good of contention. 


Obviously, Cadillac is GM’s extravagance division; Chevrolet is it’s spending plan or “All American” division; while GMC is the truck division. Past that, there is a lot jumbling of divisions, yet Buick is a creator of “close to extravagance” vehicles (Cadillac light) while Hummer is GM’s strength truck division. The Saab line is somewhat befuddling as it used to be a genuine European division. Presently, the make is essentially including rebadged GM and Subaru vehicles with minimal unique models to show for it. At last, Pontiac and Saturn copy a lot of what different divisions do, albeit the Saturn persona of “no deal estimating” gives the make a specific atmosphere to it. That leaves Pontiac. 


Pontiac, similar to the as of late killed off Oldsmobile name, is likely one of the most helpless of the valid “American” makes. Saturn will endure on the grounds that its vendor network is tops and purchaser fulfillment positions up there with Lexus. 


Eventually, the Saab name will probably bite the dust first. Outside of the U.S., especially in Europe, Opel is a known name and a significant GM make. Word has it that a portion of Saab’s creation will move to Germany and certain rebadged Opels will start to don the Saab name. We should simply say once that occurs, there is little motivation to keep making Saabs. Allow the Saab to name kick the bucket with poise. Why ruin it by selling rebadged Opels as Saabs? 


By and by, I figure GM should let it be with its leftover American brands. I wasn’t supportive of Oldsmobile’s end and I’m not for killing off confided in brands. GM is retooling its activity as old models are killed off and as new or restored models step in. Search for the <b>Chevy</b> Camaro, <b>Pontiac</b> Firebird, <b>Saturn</b> Sky, and the <b>Buick</b> Area to assist with starting their separate divisions to restored brilliance. Am I carrying on with an unrealistic fantasy? Perhaps, however essentially my creative mind is heading a positive way. 


A pothole can be your vehicle’s most noticeably terrible foe. These openings or pits on a street’s surface can truly harm a vehicle’s ride-control framework. 


In the event that you do drive over a pothole, the Vehicle Care Board suggests that you have your vehicle’s shocks or swaggers checked to ensure they aren’t harmed. 


Shocks and swaggers control how vehicles ride and handle. As indicated by the Vehicle Care Board, the safeguards, or swaggers as they are alluded to on late model vehicles, go about as a pad to hose the bobbing activity of a vehicle’s springs. The springs ingest the street knocks; without them, the vehicle would constantly skip and bound not too far off, making driving very troublesome. 


Shocks and swaggers likewise control spring and suspension development to keep the tires in touch with the street. This influences controlling, strength and slowing down. A wrecked shock or swagger could adjust the directing and treatment of a vehicle and make driving risks. 

Know about the notice signs that your vehicle’s shocks or swaggers might should be supplanted. 

* The vehicle rolls or influences on turns. 
* The vehicle’s front-end plunges while slowing down. 
* The vehicle’s backside squats while speeding up. 
* The vehicle skips or slides sideways on a twisting, unpleasant street. 
* The vehicle “reaches as far down as possible” or bangs on knocks. 
* The vehicle sits lower toward the front or back. 
* The vehicle is spilling or has indications of actual harm, like rusting or imprints. 
* There’s a deficiency of directional control during abrupt stops of the vehicle. 

A large number influence a vehicle’s dealing with. Having your vehicle investigated, on the off chance that you experience any of the above signs, is acceptable preventive upkeep and can help its parts wear less and last more. 

“On the off chance that you figure you might have an exhausted or broken shock or swagger, don’t pause,” said Rich White, chief overseer of the Vehicle Care Committee. 

The Vehicle Care Board is the wellspring of data for the “Be Vehicle Care Mindful” crusade, instructing buyers about the advantages of standard vehicle care, support and fix.

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