After graduating from Oxford and pursuing further academic studies at Reading, James Taylor spent twelve years working in central government. However, the lure of writing about cars - which he was doing in his spare time - proved too great and he decided to turn it into a career. James has now written well over one hundred books in all, and among them have been several definitive one-make or one-model titles, including a number for Crowood. He has also written for enthusiast magazines in several countries, has translated books for foreign languages, and delivers effective writing training in both the public and private sectors.
With troubleshooting sections to quickly identify and correct common problems, 450 photographs and 40 drawings to clarify all the step-by-step directions so even the complete neophyte can get repairs right the first time, and Web sites and phone numbers of bicycle and parts manufacturers, this is truly the ultimate bicycle repair and maintenance manual. Now better than ever, the newest edition contains the latest information on component kits and carbon fork specifications.
Phil Edmonston, Canada’s automotive "Dr. Phil," pulls no punches. He says there’s never been a better time to buy a new or used car or truck, thanks to a stronger Canadian dollar, a worldwide recession driving prices downward, and the industry offering reduced prices, more cash rebates, low financing rates, bargain leases, and free auto maintenance programs.
Lemon-Aid New and Used Cars and Trucks 1990-2015 gives you all the information you need to decide whether to buy, sell, or hold on to your vehicle. It provides listings by manufacturer, model, and year for small, medium, large, and sports utility vehicles. It also identifies:Which cars and trucks are "wallet friendly"Which will easily last 15 yearsWhich offer the best features for senior drivers; andHow you can save $2,000 by cutting fees and administrative charges.
"Dr. Phil" has been twisting the tailpipe of the car industry for 42 years. Can you really afford to buy a new or used vehicle without consulting Lemon-Aid?