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How to Pay Toll in California Without Much of a Hassle

Going through toll roads certainly provides a lot of advantages for motorists. They let drivers save on fuel costs and travel time. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, toll in California has shifted to a cash-free system via an all-electronic collection. While it is very convenient and safe due to its contactless nature, it can be a hassle if you fail to fund your Fastrak balance in time or forget to pay your fines stemming from violations. If you frequently use the 241 Toll Road in California using your Mercedes-Benz, you can avoid all the hiccups associated with it by using a reliable app like the Uproad Toll Road… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-AMG G-Class 4×4 Squared Spied Cruising on the Highway

The mysterious Mercedes-Benz G-Class 4×4 Squared makes its appearance again in a spy video. Unlike the previous spy shots, the unit here appears to be an AMG variant. The G-Class in the video is riding on large wheels with an elevated suspension similar to the earlier 4×4 Squared. Visible in the shot is its portal axle with control arms in front. It also sports extended wheel arches, roof lights, spare wheel cover, and rear roof spoiler hidden beneath zebra-camouflaged wraps. Already visible on the prototype is its roof rack and rear-mounted ladder. What’s more interesting about this one compared to the previous sightings is its front grille with vertical slats… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz Cars Wrecked and Torched by Protesters in Oakland

The death of George Floyd in the hands of a Minnesota police officer while pinned down violently has certainly sparked outrage in the United States, which resulted in civil unrest as of late. However, things seemed to get out of control recently when the protests turned violent. Criminal elements have taken advantage of the situation and photos of riots, vandalism, and looting within the US are now circulating online. One of the establishments robbed included a Louis Vitton store, and if you cringed at the sight of that, check out the photos of the Mercedes-Benz dealership in Oakland, California as hooligans laid waste on the luxury cars displayed there. As… Continue Reading »

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Top Features of the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQ Silver Arrow

The Mercedes-Benz Vision EQ Silver Arrow is finally out. The concept car made its debut at the Monterey Car Week held in Pebble Beach, California, on August 25, 2018. It carries a retro-futuristic design showcasing the styling elements of Mercedes’ old race cars and combines them with an all-electric technology. Design The Vision EQ Silver Arrow is a single-seater that’s reminiscent of the 1930s to 1950s Mercedes race cars. Shades of the 1955 Mercedes-Benz W196 Type Monza can be seen in its styling. It also appears as an evolution of the Mercedes-Benz Silver Lightning concept unveiled in 2011—without the ridiculous-looking wheels, fenders, and spoilers. According to Mercedes, the Vision EQ… Continue Reading »

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Seeing the California Coasts Through The Mercedes-Benz GLC

For many people, California is just another US state and the Mercedes-Benz GLC is simply a luxurious car. But this is not the case for filmmaker Morgan Maassen and his surfer friend Nole Cassort, two lifelong buddies who embarked in an epic journey that took their GLC from the mountains of Santa Ynez to the Big Sur, one of the world’s most beautiful coastlines. Mercedes-Benz top-notched decision to tap Maassen’s talent in creating a short film that captures both the beauty of California and the power of the GLC is simply divine. Both Maassen and Cassort are from California, but spent most of their adult lives traveling around the world… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes-Benz to ramp up activities on autonomous vehicle research and testing

Since September, Mercedes-Benz has been conducting tests on autonomously driving (self-driving) vehicles in California’s public roads. Now, the company is set to expand on its research activities and get more testing done, thanks to the ability to use the Concord Naval Weapons Station (CNWS) test bed site, which is the largest in the United States. The use of the CNWS site is essential in being able to test self-driving cars, providing a more secure method for testing, especially when it comes to particularly hazardous scenarios. “Taken in conjunction with the results of our test drives on public roads, these tests will help us with the ongoing development of our autonomous cars,”… Continue Reading »

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