The Bicycle Shop has been selling and servicing bikes since 1946. Our dedicated staff is here to serve you in a friendly and professional manner.
We have the largest inventory in Central PA with over 500 bikes in stock. Our staff specializes in most aspects of cycling: Commuting, Mountain Biking, Gravel/Road Cycling, BMX, Triathlon, and Cyclocross.
We service all makes and models of bicycles, usually within 24 hours. Our dedicated staff of mechanics and salespeople will be glad to help you with any of your cycling or fitness needs.
The highwheeler is back! We are reopening slowly with a smaller staff, and all sales will be made out front, but we’re looking forward to seeing everyone, from a distance!
Our current hours are 10-4pm Monday through Friday and 10-2 on Saturday.
All sales will be made out front, and we will be following social distancing rules.
We plan on taking
As one of the most-visited destinations in the world, Los Angeles boasts numerous transportation options. Thanks to an abundance of airports, freeways and other options, planning your Los Angeles transportation isn’t difficult, although getting to and around Los Angeles without traffic might be! Hop aboard, as we explore the transportation options for Los Angeles and the surrounding areas.
Transportation To Los Angeles
Whether you drive or fly depends largely, of course, on where you’re coming from and how many passengers you will have with you in your frog squad. Larger families with a lot of tadpoles may find it’s more economical to drive, but you should always factor in the additional cost of gas and food while on the road. And leapin’ lily pads, you should know that California has some of the highest gas prices in the country. Once you get over the shock at the pump, the Los
- The buyer and seller will go together to a DMV title office to fill out the back of the title.
- The buyer will submit the title, an application, ID, and proof of insurance.
- The buyer will pay the applicable title transfer fees, sales tax, and registration fees.
- Continue reading for details about car title transfers in Pennsylvania.
Buying and Selling a Vehicle
NOTE: When you buy a vehicle from a Pennsylvania motor vehicle dealer, they will usually handle your car title transfer and registration paperwork for you. Make sure you have PA car insurance, which is required for registration.
private vehicle sale, both the buyer and seller are responsible for completing a DMV title transfer through the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT).
seller AND buyer must go to
The City of Los Angeles Transportation (LADOT) currently operates the second largest fleet in Los Angeles County. LADOT’s transit fleet serves approximately 30 million passenger boardings per year.
Six quick bus routes through Downtown depart every five to 15 minutes between 5:50 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays, and every six to 20 minutes between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
- Route A – Little Tokyo to City West
- Route B – Chinatown to Financial District
- Route D – Union Station to South Park
- Route E – City West to Fashion District
- Route F – Financial District to Exposition Park/USC
DASH also Serves:
- Beachwood Canyon
- Boyle Heights/East LA
- Chesterfield Square
- Downtown Los Angeles
- El Sereno/City Terrace
- Highland Park/Eagle Rock
- Hollywood/West Hollywood
This article was written collaboratively by the Automotive & Assembly practice. The authors include Alex Brotschi, Daniel Christof, Joe Dertouzos, Sebastian Kempf, and Prashant Vaze.
Every day, healthcare experts and data analysts update models predicting the spread of coronavirus to show the extent of the human tragedy—the number of lives lost, patients hospitalized, and unemployed workers. Despite the intense scrutiny, much uncertainty persists.
Within the automotive sector, COVID-19 is a massive, once-in-a-lifetime disruption, and the situation is changing rapidly. To gain more clarity about the pandemic’s potential impact on the light-vehicle aftermarket—encompassing parts, accessories, and tire sales—we reviewed both past and current trends. First, we looked at previous crises to quantify how demand, revenue, and other aftermarket performance indicators typically change during a downturn. We then considered the current global health crisis and created scenarios showing how the aftermarket might evolve this year, as the pandemic abates, and over
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We offer FREE WIFI, a kid friendly waiting area and service with a smile. We can email or call to remind you of routine maintenance and offer recommendations. We accept checks, cash and credit cards for your convenience. Come be a part of our family!!
We offer general Auto Repair in Fairfield to keep your car in top condition. We do Classic Car Repair, Diesel Auto Repair, Domestic or European Maintenance and so much more. We are your one stop shop for all your automotive needs. We are here for you, come talk with one of our qualified technicians today. Preventive maintenance saves you time and money.
There’s nothing better looking than a freshly painted vehicle. Unfortunately, after vehicles are purchased and hit the road, their appearance will eventually succumb to the wear and tear of weather, sand, gravel, and other paint-damaging debris. All of these elements can slowly cause a vehicle’s plastic parts to look worn. As a future refinishing prep technician, you can help make these parts look new again by painting them with a fresh coat.
Curious to learn more about painting plastic parts? Here are four tips to get your started.
Tip 1: Before Auto Painting, Isolate the Plastic Parts You’ll Be Working On
It’s important to make sure that other areas of a vehicle aren’t damaged or affected while you are painting plastic parts. There are two ways you can make sure that doesn’t happen after your car painting courses. The first and best option is to completely remove the part
A Quick Guide to the Edmunds Car Value Tool
The Edmunds calculator for used car values bases its pricing on data from a wide variety of sources, including dealer transactions, depreciation costs for unique automobiles, and consumer information. The appraised value is based on a number of factors, including year, make, model, trim, mileage, depreciation and features. All of these play a significant role in determining the value of your used vehicle.
The free valuation tool also has five used-vehicle condition levels: outstanding, clean, average, rough and damaged. Most people who use the tool will likely choose one of these three: clean, average or rough.
Once you’ve entered your details, you will be presented with three or four automobile values: trade-in, private party, dealer retail and certified used.
The trade-in price is what you can expect the dealer to give you if you trade in your used vehicle. This is