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A Nail is a car that�s used for everyday use.
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A Nailhead is a 1950s V8 Buick engine. It got its name from the small diameter valves.
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Named Insured
The person or company that is designated as the insured.
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National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing; the governing body which sets the rules and regulations for stock car racing.
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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Sometimes referred to as the 'NHTSA.' An agency of the United States government authorized to order manufacturers to recall and repair vehicles or vehicle equipment when investigations indicate that they contain serious safety defects in their design construction or performance.
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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
The federal agency that creates safety regulations for cars and trucks crash-tests them and analyzes safety-related defects that may require recalls.
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Natural gas engine
An internal combustion engine that burns natural gas.
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Navigation interface
The means by which a vehicles navigation system is controlled including touch screen jog dial push button and/or voice activation.
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Navigation system
A device that communicates with global positioning satellites to determine a vehicles physical location and plot a course using stored map information.
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Aftermarket automotive manufacture specializing in Head and neck restraint systems and accessories
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Negative Equity
The amount owed on a vehicle loan is greater than its market value.
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Failure to use a certain degree of care.
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Neo Camera
Aftermarket automotive manufacture specializing in Motorsports cameras and equipment
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Neon Corvette clock
What do you get when you blend the allAmerican Corvette with America's quintessential road sign technology neon? Well so long as you toss in a timepiece for good measure you're left with a?neon Corvette clock.
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Neoprene seat covers
DuPont first developed neoprene back in the 1930s but it wasn't until the surfing craze of the '50s and '60s that the spaceaged waterproof material gained widespread attention. These days ?neoprene seat covers?are coveted by motorists who live Xtreme lifestyles or whose kids make Xtreme messes.
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