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How to Slow Down a Manual Mercedes Car Successfully and Safely?

It’s been so long since the three-pointed star marque stopped offering manual Mercedes cars in the US. If our memory serves us correctly, their rollout ended in 2011. Since then, the company has focused on automatic transmission luxury vehicles. The same cannot be said in countries within the Asia-Pacific and European regions though where manual cars are still prevalent in their respective markets. Nonetheless, if you still happen to own or drive a manual Mercedes car like the CLA or any other car, this article will show one of the ways you can operate it safely and effectively when slowing down to either avoid an obstacle or before putting your… Continue Reading »


Steering Clear Of Danger: How To Avoid Trouble Behind The Wheel Of Your Mercedes

If you’re a Mercedes-Benz driver, you have access to a premium wagon that is primed to deliver both style and substance. The trouble is that there is always a risk of danger, no matter how safe and reliable your vehicle. As a driver, you may come across other people displaying reckless behavior, there may be obstacles or hazards on the road surface, or the conditions may be against you. In the US alone, more than 2 million people sustain injuries in car accidents every year. If you’re keen to steer clear of danger behind the wheel of your Mercedes, this guide should prove useful. Safe Driving Tips No driver sets… Continue Reading »


5 Dangers You Need to Be Aware of When Driving Your Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz cars aren’t cheap as most owners and enthusiasts know. What this means is that if you are unfortunate enough to have an accident while driving, it will not only break your heart but your bank balance as well. Luckily, you will find a list of the five most important things to be aware of when it comes to driving your Benz here. Keep reading to find out what they are, so you can avoid damage and accidents to your vehicle whenever possible. 1. Other Vehicles The first danger that Mercedes-Benz drivers need to be aware of is other road users. They come in many forms, but in particular, those with… Continue Reading »


Why You Should Treat Every Vehicle Like a Mercedes Luxury Vehicle

As they say, you should dress for the job you want, not the one that you have. While this adage is intended to apply to career goals and professional advancement, the same mentality should be applied to your vehicle. More than impressing people with wealth, driving a luxury vehicle is really about having an appreciation for the finer things in life. While riding in a top-end Mercedes exudes exactly that, the actual real understanding of quality will only come with time. And you don’t need to own a $100,000 car to start cultivating that trait. This is why all drivers should treat their everyday car just like it’s a Mercedes… Continue Reading »


The Future Of Mercedes and Driving

Mercedes-Benz has always been at the front of automotive technology, and as you well know, cars are evolving at a pace like never before. So, what should we expect from in the near future with Mercedes and driving? Less or No Need for Drivers With the coming of autonomous cars, there will be less or even no need drivers. However, is this something that we should be excited about? This actually depends, as people who consistently suffer road rage will celebrate this advancement. If you drive for a living or own a business that is driving related, you might want to consider how this change is going to impact you…. Continue Reading »


How to Deal With a Notice of Intended Prosecution After Speeding with Your Mercedes

Despite the UK having generous allowances for speeds, some Mercedes-Benz drivers can still get on the wrong side of the limits and end up in trouble with the police. Although drivers are breaking the law as soon as they exceed the stated limit on any road or motorway, the police allow an extra 10%, as well as an additional 2mph for camera error. So, you can do 35mph in a 30mph zone—30mph plus 3mph plus 2mph—and stay on the right side of the law. If you have exceeded the allowance and you’ve been flashed, you will probably receive a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) through the post within 14 days…. Continue Reading »


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