Tuesday, 17 September 2019

Top 10 Richest Pastors In The World And Their Cars

 Churches around the world earn millions of dollars every week. This money comes from tithing, offerings and prophetic gifts and is used to pay the salaries of community workers. In addition to church offerings, they also earn money on TV shows, special performances, books they write, and much more. The overseers of these churches are also workers.

We have decided to give a deep insight into the lives of some of these spiritual leaders to bring you the 10 richest pastors in

Monday, 16 September 2019

If The Fuel Pump Of Your Car Fails,Check out These 7 Signals

Almost all modern vehicles with internal combustion engines are equipped with fuel pumps. The fuel pump is responsible for delivering fuel from the gas tank to the engine at the pressure required to meet the performance requirements. When you turn on the key, the fuel pump is activated and under pressure, which is heard in some cars as a quiet whine or hum. The fuel pumps of most modern

Sunday, 15 September 2019

7 Dangers Of Driving on Worn-Out Tyres

Everyone knows that driving on bare tyres is uncertain. Even on dry, well-built roads, an accident awaits you. Driving fast or driving on wet, slippery roads only increases the likelihood of an accident. The dangers of driving on worn tyres are not just superstitions,it's a proven one.


Here are 7 dangers when driving with worn tyres to

Friday, 13 September 2019

9 Typical Signals Of A Faulty Fuel Injector


Most vehicles from the 1980s are equipped with advanced electronic injection engines (which replace the carburettor). An integral part of this system is the injection valve. While you may never have a problem with your injectors (especially if you regularly use an injector cleaner), they sometimes foul, clog or fall completely and need to be replaced.

The following are the most common symptoms of a bad injector:


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Rough idle or engine stall
Since your vehicle does not have enough fuel

Keep Your Vehicle In Shape By Maintaining These 7 Fluids

 A good way to keep your car in action between the major interventions is to check the fluids yourself. This is a cost effective and easy way to avoid engine wear or damage and to save your money. Although checking the fluids in your car is fairly straightforward.

Here are seven liquids to watch out for to get your car running properly:




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oil

Your engine requires oil to keep the moving parts lubricated. To check the oil, take your car first for a short ride, then wait about five minutes for it to cool. Under the bonnet, the dipstick should be in the oil tank near the front of the engine. It's

Thursday, 12 September 2019

2020 Mercedes GLC 350e Plug-In Hybrid (Photos and Details)


The Mercedes-Benz GLC class has been updated recently, so it makes sense that all variants are refreshed. In addition to the SUV and Coupé basic versions, the AMG variants of both body styles provide a refresher, and now comes the new version of the pluggable, the GLC 350e.

Like the rest of the range, the 2020 GLC plug-in hybrid is slightly redesigned from the front and rear, upgraded from the

5 Key Reasons Why You Must Have Fire Extinguisher In Your Car

Every year, there are many car crashes that cause hundreds of lives and cause untold damage. It would not cost anything if we have this important material in our vehicles.

A fire extinguisher in your vehicle can help you fight a vehicle fire. There are