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SCRAP MY CAR IN LONDON ONTARIO 519-455-5351

Maybe your car is ready to go or maybe your car is better than scrap and I will pay you more .

Call Rick 519-455-5351 

Text 519-673-2108 

Who buys used Motorhomes fast and for cash in London Ontario ? Campers , trucks , trailers , Fifth wheels . Cash quick in London Ontario .

Who buys used Motorhomes fast and for cash in London Ontario ? Campers , trucks , trailers , Fifth wheels . Cash quick in London Ontario .

London Ontario business man buys trucks , trailers , 5th wheels , Motorhomes , campers  all for cash. Very quick purchases . 

Call Rick at 519-455-5351 or text his cell at 519-673-2108 

Email at ricratchet@aol.com 

Who buys houses and homes quick in London Ontario ??? House for sale and looking for a fast buyer ? Buyer of houses in London Ontario . Cash offers on your house for sale

Who buys houses and homes quick in London Ontario ??? House for sale and looking for a fast buyer ? Buyer of houses in London Ontario . Cash offers on your house for sale

I am a London business man who is looking to buy houses from London Ontario for the purposes of fixing and reselling . Of course I can’t pay top rates and do this but if you need your house sold quickly then I am interested . Call Rick at 519-455-5351 or text his cell at 519-673-2108 . I am also available to purchase cars , trucks , Motorhome , campers , lawnmower , lawn tractors too . 

I can arrange to come and view the home . Please have existing mortgage papers ready to show me and I will need your lawyer information . 

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How do I sell my vehicle , car , truck or van on Kijiji for the best money in London Ontario ???

How do I sell my car for the best money on Kijiji in London Ontario from Ricky Ratchets a car salesman since 1985 .

Instructions 

1) Clean your car inside and out . 

2) Safety and e test your car .

3) check market value 

4) advertise on Kijiji with full description and tell people in ad all of the options and reveal all of your service records information proving your great care . 

5) Meet your buyer and collect a certified chq . 

Or Call Rick At 519-455-5351  at 140 Clarke road in London Ontario . 

How to sell my car quickly for cash in London Ontario

For fast cash call Rick in London at 519-455-5351 or text Rick on his cell phone at 519-673-2108 

You can see Rick at 140 Clarke road at Ricky Ratchets Auto 

Or email at ricratchet@aol.com 

Try yourself with tips below 

10 Steps for Selling Your Car
Step 1: Gather Your Car’s Information

Step 2: Know Your Car’s True Condition

Step 3: Decide Whether to Trade-in or Sell Yourself

Step 4: Increase Your Car’s Resale Value

Step 5: Set the Asking Price for Your Car

Step 6: Create an Online Ad That Sells

Step 7: Screen Potential Buyers

Step 8: Use the Test Drive to Sell

Step 9: Negotiate the Best Price for Your Car

Step 10: Complete the Sale

Whether you’re looking to unload your car quickly or get the best offer for it, it’s smart to start with a little preparation. Kijij is here to help, with tools and information for every step of the process: from determining your car’s value to setting your asking price to getting a firm online offer.
1Gather Your Car’s Information

Many people overlook this step until the very end, but the selling process really starts with rounding up your paper work. The car’s title, service records and original sales paperwork are the big three.

Here’s why: While you may already know the basics (year, make, model, current mileage), you’ll need to know your car’s style (not just a 2003 Honda Accord, but a 2003 Honda Accord LX) along with optional features like keyless entry, a CD player, leather seats or navigation system. Options can bump up your car’s resale value, so be sure you have a complete list. If you want to see if you missed anything, check your original sales documents or the window sticker.
Finally, gather up as many maintenance receipts as you can find. “These days, regular oil changes are an even better indication of good upkeep than tune-ups,” says Dan Ingle, Kelley Blue Book’s Vice President of Vehicle Valuations and Industry Products. “If you changed your oil every 3,000-8,000 miles, in keeping with the manufacturer’s recommendations, that’s a good signal to a buyer that the car has been cared for.”
Tip:

If you don’t have your service receipts, ask your dealer, regular mechanic or oil change center if they can print a statement that summarizes your visits. This kind of information reassures a buyer that the car is in good shape, which can help you get a higher price.
Next Step 2: Know Your Car’s True Condition

You may think your car “drives like new” and shines like a baby seal, but its value will depend on its actual condition, so you’ll need to be both knowledgeable and realistic about it.
Owners tend to overestimate the value of their car, which can lead to unrealistic expectations. If you ultimately set your asking price too high, you’ll probably have more trouble selling it. Consider going to your mechanic for an assessment. He/she can identify problems with the engine, plus things you may overlook, like a broken tail light or features you don’t use.

A pre-sell inspection can be worth the investment because:
You’ll arm yourself with the information a buyer will find if they do their own inspection

A recent inspection will put buyers at ease and may even head off a buyer’s need to have the car inspected on their own

Or to get a sense of your car’s true condition on your own, start with a call to Rick at 519-455-5351 

Looking for an economical sporty car in London Ontario for not a lot of money .

Looking for an economical sporty car in London Ontario for not a lot of money .

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A rare sports car in London Ontario .
This is a 2003 Mitsubishi ECLiPSE GTS
And it only has 77000 km on it . It is a v6 with an automatic . It has a power sunroof , power windows , power locks , and has A/C. It has leather interior and the seats have had covers on them since day one . This car is a one owner and has original paint .
Rare car at Ricky Ratchets Auto
140 Clarke Road in London Ontario .
Call 519-455-5351

Where can I get my car , van , vehicle e tested or ” emission ” tested in London Ontario

You can get an e test at Ricky Ratchets Auto in London Ontario . we are at 140 Clarke Road
Why is Drive Clean important?
The Drive Clean program improves air quality and protects people’s health.

Emission technologies in vehicles, even newer ones, can deteriorate over time. Vehicle emissions are responsible for more than 18 per cent of smog-causing pollution created in Ontario, despite today’s cleaner vehicles and fuels.

Drive Clean reduces smog-causing emissions by an annual average of 36 per cent. In 2010, the program kept about 35,000 tonnes of smog-causing pollutants out of our air.

The Drive Clean test has changed
Is your “check engine” light on?

Learn more about what this means for your Drive Clean experience.

Ontario has a faster, more accurate Drive Clean test that uses your vehicle’s on board computer to identify emissions problems and the repairs needed to fix them.

About the new test
Most vehicles will be ready to take the test. However, you may need to prepare your vehicle if:

your battery was recently disconnected or
the vehicle’s computer was recently cleared
This will fail the current e test unless the vehicle is in the full readiness mode.
See Ricky Ratchets to check your vehicle for readiness and fitness for your e test .

My brakes need a good repair in London Ontario by a good mechanic

BRAKE PRINCIPLE
Of all the systems that make car, the brake system might just be the most important. Its function is to retard or stop the motion of the vehicle which determine the safety of the driver, passenger and also pedestrian. The average driver uses the brakes about 75,000 times a year, making the brakes one of the most important (and overworked) parts of the car (McPhee, 2007). In the olden days it was also one of the simplest mechanisms in the vehicle. Over the years as improvements have been made, the system that has evolved is not simple anymore. When the brakes
are applied, the pads or shoes that press against the brake drum or rotor convert kinetic energy into thermal energy via friction. The cooling of the brakes dissipates the heat and the vehicle slows down. This is all to do with The First Law of Thermodynamics, sometimes known as the law of conservation of energy (Zammit, 1987). This law states that energy cannot be created nor destroyed; it can only be converted from one form to another. In the case of brakes, it is converted from kinetic energy to thermal energy.
Typically, there are two types of brake that are implemented in today’s car; Drum brake and disc brake. The brake is a device for slowing or stopping the rotation of a wheel of vehicles. To stop the wheel, friction material in the form of brake pads or shoe is forced mechanically, hydraulically, pneumatically or electromagnetically against both sides of the disc or drum which cause the wheel to slow or stop (Heinz, 2001).
When the brakes are used rapidly, the complete brake assembly will stay hot and get no chance to cool off. The brake cannot absorb much more heat because the brake components are already so hot. The braking efficiency is reduced thereby causing brake failure which could result in road accident. When the brake pedal is depressed, the vehicle’s braking system transmits the force from the driver’s foot to its brakes through a fluid. Since the actual brakes require a much greater force than the leg could apply with, vehicle must also multiply the force of foot. It does this in two ways; mechanical advantage (leverage) and hydraulic force multiplication. The brakes transmit the force to the tires using friction, and the tires transmit that force to the road using friction. The modern automotive brake system has been refined for over 100 years and has become extremely dependable and efficient.
Fig.1: Hydraulic braking system
Source: (Hesiler, 2001)
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London automotive brakes and suspension

London Ontario brakes and suspension shop .
We had a referral on Saturday the 6th of January /2013 and this gentleman required a minor brake service . We still will machine a brake drum instead of always replacing . This particular car had a noticeable pulsation in the rear and it was easily fixed .
Look here to see what he had to say !!!

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Cars in floods can make their way to Canada . Be careful buying ..
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The damage from a major natural disaster can be harrowing – loss to life and limb combined with property damage, environmental, economic and psychological impact make picking up the pieces difficult. But long after the crisis ebbs, the damage lingers, becoming ever more pernicious and difficult to discern. Mold inside walls, unseen weakened structures… they all get covered up with fresh coats of paint. So, too, it is with the automobiles affected.

We first told you about these cars yesterday, but now professional photographer Doug Kuntz has agreed to share his incredible aerial images with Autoblog so we can pass them on to you, the reader. Going one better, Kuntz has given us more than twice as many images than what you saw on the Weather.com link yesterday.

The runways full of cars seen above are the four-wheeled remnants of Hurricane Sandy – but they aren’t all headed to the scrap heap. These vehicles are but part of the over $63 billion in damage brought by the late October storm, but insurers are hoping to recover some of their own damages by auctioning some of them off, parting others out, and scrapping the rest. The runways of Calverton Executive Airport on Long Island shown above are now home to 15,000 such vehicles – a sliver of an estimated 230,000 cars and trucks damaged or written-off by Sandy.

Some of the cars shown in these images will join thousands of others that will filter their way back into the used car market in some form or another. New York law dictates that complete vehicles must have their titles stamped as “flood” to alert buyers, but it’s not uncommon for that to not happen, whether born of intent to deceive or simple neglect.

Snapper Kuntz urged Autoblog to warn you, the reader, of the danger of purchasing flood-damaged cars like these, including damaged electrical and safety systems. In Sandy’s case, he didn’t just see these vehicles from the air:
“I saw some of these cars parked on the streets of Rockaway with the bags deployed. I talked with tow truck drivers and mechanics who moved these cars, and have worked on Katrina wrecked cars. The tow truck drivers confirmed the airbag deployments, and the mechanics agreed about the problems taking time to show, and be very expensive to fix, and in some cases, not worth the cost.”

Kuntz, who referred to such vehicles as “ticking time bombs,” believes strongly that all the affected vehicles should be scrapped, and he agreed to share these images with us as long as we relayed his valuable warning. We join him in urging caution when wading into the used car market at all times, but particularly following major disasters like Sandy. It can take weeks, months or even years for flood-damaged cars to reveal themselves, so get your prospective buys properly inspected. And if there’s any doubt in your mind, well, just check out the gallery above for 15,000 good reasons why walking away is usually the smart move.

Airport Full Of Sandy-Damaged Cars

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