LEW Design of Germany will build the next best thing – out of a Bentley Continental GT. The LEW “Big Bang” (silly name, that) gains a front design with the famous Bugatti grille, Touareg-esque headlights, and large 21” Aero-X style rims. Changes to some of the body panels were also made to lighten the car, with carbon fibre being used extensively.
21 inch rims
Insurance Policy covers risk of any unusual damage or loss in respect of the goods insured. All expensive capital goods should be insured. Your car is one such item. When insured, the Insurance Company takes on certain liabilities and will compensate you monetarily, in respect of unusual damage arising from an accident, theft, fire etc., to your car, during a specified time period, in return for a certain charge, known as the insurance premium.
The Insurance Policy does not cover damages on account of usual wear and tear in the vehicle. There are generally two schemes available for insurance of your car, the comprehensive and the third party insurance.
In order to register your car and apply for license plates, you must provide proof of insurance. This guarantees that your vehicle is covered in the event of an accident. You can select from many levels of auto insurance to suit your personal requirements, from basic coverage that only covers the other vehicle in an accident, up to full coverage, covering any vehicle involved and even providing medical benefits when necessary. Always discuss your coverage in depth with your agent.
Be careful not to over insure your vehicle. If you drive an older vehicle that has lost most of its resale value, opting for basic coverage, that only covers the other vehicle in an accident, can save you hundreds of dollars each year. Under insuring can be just as expensive. Be aware of the “blue book” value of your vehicle when your shopping for insurance.
Volkswagen Rabbit 2007
Which VW is the best selling model of all time? Well, if you answered the Beetle you can’t be faulted as it was the company’s top selling model for several decades. Recently, however, the Golf supplanted the Beetle as more than 25 million Golf models have been sold since the car was introduced during the mid 1970s. Today, the Golf is still produced but its old name – the Rabbit – is once again in use for the North American market - New 2007 Volkswagen Rabbit. This curious change in strategy has some people scratching their heads, but it may yet prove to be a marketing coup for the German automaker.
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