Rust — as any Neil Young fan knows — never sleeps. There are a lot of things you can do to keep it at bay, though, and get your car through the coming winter unscathed. These options run from the nearly-free to about $1,000 to perform:
Sometimes home remedies are the best remedies. In the case of bringing back cloudy old headlights to ones that are clear and work well, a new remedy is going viral on-line. There is no question that spraying bug-spray on a cloth and rubbing your headlights will make them less cloudy, but does it really do […]
This week, Maaco — the cheapo respray company — began running ads featuring a husband rolling paint on the hood of his wife’s car, to suggest that for $499, they could do it better. We begged to differ, and we proved it. You can achieve decent results on a car with $50 worth of Rustoleum […]
State safety inspections require that your reverse lights come on when you shift into reverse. This 2006 Toyota Tacoma owner’s stopped working, and the proposed solution involved a lot more than he bargained for.
If you were in a Hollywood action movie and your 2013 Nissan Titan started ticking, you’d roll out the door and let it crash off a bridge. Car Doctor John Paul has a better solution.
Teens learning to drive may think that their parents are obsessed with safety, with an emphasis on the car you’re driving protecting you in a crash. But here’s one part of safety that gets left out: you could avoid risky roadside breakdowns by keeping up with basic car maintenance. Follow these procedures to check your fluids, and […]
The sad truth about mechanical devices is that sometimes you get a bad one. But sometimes they last 240,000 miles and John Paul has to be diplomatic.
I started 2015 by reviewing a 2015 model-year Nissan Frontier PRO-4X. Now, I’m ending 2015 by testing a 2016 model-year Nissan Frontier PRO-4X. What’s changed? Other than tires and paint color, not much.
Last week, we took a road trip with Brian Lohnes, the unscrupulous leader over at BangShift.com. Our mission was to investigate a junkyard in northern Vermont, which was offering up its entire vintage collection for $500 per vehicle. What we found, we never expected.