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Automotive Technology--this bibliography lists automotive web directories, information on auto repair manuals, recalls, technical service bulletins, car reviews and more! The links are also>
Transfer interrupted!www.autoguide.net/partsandservices/advice.shtml"> Autoguide.net, The Internet’s Largest Automotive Directory Contains a great deal of varied resources—Junk Yard Dog (automotive parts message board), car reviews, manufacturers, magazines, trucks, software, parts, clubs & associations, racing, and much more. Quite comprehensive!
Automobile Topics, by Librarians’ Index to the Internet-- Evaluated resources covering law, lemons, statistics, maintenance & repair, museums, electric vehicles, buying and more. Each web site is annotated and reviewed.
Automotive Resources on the World Wide Web-- By Austin Community College--provides links to automotive organizations, publications, automobile companies, auto repair sites, and more. You’ll find such things as Automotive Recalls and Technical Service Bulletins from ALLDATA, Kelly Blue Book, and CAR Talk (the NPR radio program).
Facts Encyclopedia: AUTOMOTIVE RESOURCES-- A variety of resources listed alphabetically—from the AAA home page to Woman Motorist. A lot of car company and enthusiast sites are listed.
Finding Automobile Repair Manuals Online-- No, this site doesn’t provide manuals for FREE online. It states that “unfortunately, these materials are almost NEVER available on the Internet for free!” This site does offer places where you can buy manuals, schematics and a site that provides advice from automotive experts.
Office of Defects Investigations, National Highway Transportation & Safety Agency: -- “The recall information…includes vehicle and equipment campaigns from 1966 to present. The campaigns include motor vehicle products which experienced a safety-related defect or did not comply with federal motor vehicle safety standards.”
Bay Area Census--by the Association of Bay Area Governments; county, city information
Best Places to Live-- by Money Magazine and CNN
California Employment Development Department--Labor market information for counties
California Employment Development--Employment and wages for counties
City/Neighborhood Profiles--demographic, cost of living, quality of life information by city or specific address
ERsys.com-- ..."covers over 2600 US cities with detailed information on demographics, environmental factors, economic indicators, housing stats..."
Kid Friendly Cities --statistical information for cities with over 100,000 residents
Sperling's Best Places--cost of living, quality of life, climate, crime statistics
U.S. Census County and City Data Book: 2000 U.S. Census Fact Sheets--find basic statistical information on cities
U.S. Census Fact Sheets: Housing--find housing statistics for cities
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