Raw Excitement for the Jeep HurricaneWritten by Jenny McLane
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Jeep Hurricane 2005 has Four Wheel and Crab Steering capability, with a combination of traditional and “steer by wire” technologies. The total of twenty inches of suspension travel was achieved through use of a purpose-built front and rear double A-arm independent wishbone suspension with coil over dampers
Superior engineering describes effort put into every inch of Jeep Grand Cherokee by its grand designers -- Millenworks. The new concept vehicle challenged creative boundaries of MillenWorks’ engineering team and result is amazing.
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Jenny McLane is a 36 year old native of Iowa and has a knack for research on cars and anything and everything about it. She works full time as a Market Analyst for one of the leading car parts suppliers in the country today.
Auto Lemon Laws – About the Arbitration ProcessWritten by Charles Essmeier
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process of applying for arbitration; if not, you may contact your state’s Attorney General’s office. Participation in arbitration process, unlike a lawsuit, is often free; some states charge a nominal fee to file for an arbitration hearing. It is usually not necessary to have an attorney for procedure, but you may hire one if you wish. There are many attorneys who specialize in Lemon Law cases; if you feel uncomfortable handling your claim yourself you may wish to consult with one. The process usually requires that manufacturer be notified in writing of dispute and that your state’s arbitration panel be notified. Each side in dispute presents their case, either in writing or orally, and arbitration panel usually comes to a decision within 60 days. In most states, panel’s determination is binding on part of manufacturer; they must abide by decision. The vehicle owner is usually not bound by decision and remains free to sue should panel rule in favor of auto manufacturer. Arbitration is often a simpler and faster alternative to lawsuits involving auto Lemon Law claims. If you think your car is a lemon and you might need to file a claim under your state’s Lemon Law, you should first check with your state’s Website, or contact your state’s Attorney General’s office.
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