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Welcome to George Feldmann's website

Don't ride faster than your guardian angel can fly....

My Cars

Because cars are hobbies of mine, I constantly buy, fix, and sell mine, often using this site to advertise. I also advertise others' cars on my site for free. See the information on the Contact page, if you're interested. I currently have a 1994 Opel Omega Station, with electric seats, 10-disc CD player, double air bag, and power locks and steering. The Omega has 150,000 km. I also recently acquired a 1993 Skoda Favorit with 88,000 km. This car doesn't quite possess the luxurious interior of the Omega; it has regular fabric seats, AM/FM radio and cassette player, and no sun roof.

Keeping Your Car Cool

Did you know that in 35 degree heat, the air in your car reaches approximately 64 degrees and the steering wheel can reach 70 degrees? So what can you do about it? First, you can tint your car windows. Clear glass magnifies the sun and intensifies the heat. If that's too expensive, buy manual sunshades. They come in cheap cardboard or reflective material. You can also buy shades for the back side windows where your kids are. To avoid hot steering wheels, put a towel over the wheel to absorb sun while your car sits.

Washing and Waxing Tips

Most cars now come with a clearcoat finish, which tricks owners into thinking they don't need wax. Actually, you should wax your car 3-4 times a year. Most manufacturers also recommend washing your car once a week. Remember to start washing your car only when the car's surface is cool and only after rinsing the entire car. Rub gently, one section at a time, and use specific car wash products--never household cleaners. After rinsing your car well, dry it with a soft, clean cloth.



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