Vehicles that perform well in snow are not accidents. Here’s what to look for.
Should you buy a used car that had a major mechanical problem that has been repaired? We poll the experts.
Here is a list of new vehicles that can handle everything from a little frozen drizzle to the next snowpocalypse.
The other day, Car Doctor John Paul suggested that a leafblower was a good tool for tracking down air leaks. Today, he heads back to the shed to see what other implements he can use to diagnose problems.
If there’s anything you should know about Car Doctor John Paul it’s that the man is frugal. Why spend money on ultrasonic leak detectors to find an annoying whistle when you have a perfectly good leafblower right in your shed?
Over the years, the “Craftsman” name has been synonymous with hand tool quality. Recent developments, though, have challenged that perception in a big way. If you’re looking to build a comprehensive starter set for the DIY’er in your life, is Craftsman still the way to go?
No, you are not. Mechanics explain why they change brake rotors along with pads now.
An important safety feature of garage doors often goes overlooked, and we don’t mean the anti-pinch beam.
One of the few remaining serviceable components in gasoline engines is the throttle body. Here’s why your mechanic wants to clean it.