There are some maintenance items you really shouldn’t wait on. Here’s how to know if it’s time to replace your vehicle’s timing belt.
Can You Clean Your Foggy Headlights With Bug Spray?
Can you clean foggy headlights with JUST bug spray? Let’s put this myth to the test!
How to Choose a Project Car
Looking for a new hobby? Here are some tips on how to choose the right project car for your first restoration.
Chip Off the Old Block: How to Fix Chips and Scratches in Your Car’s Paint
Paint chip and scratch repair is pretty easy to do with the right tools and the right information. Read on to learn more!
Celebrating Trailblazing Women in Automotive – Part Two
By: Annie Boss Women’s History Month is coming to a close, and we’d like to finish on a high note with Part Two of our Trailblazing Women in Automotive Series. We’re here to honor some of the important and impactful contributions made by women in the automotive industry. Emily Post While Emily Post may be more famous for her numerous writings on etiquette (get your elbows off the table!), […]
5 Tips For Repairing Your Car after Halloween Pranks
Halloween is one of the most likely days of the year for your car to be vandalized. Trick-or treaters will ply our streets for candy. A very small percentage may also have some random mischief in mind. Here’s what to do if your car is targeted.
Solving the “The Windshield-Pitting Mystery of 1954”
A while back, Linton Weeks from NPR’s History Dept. wrote “The Windshield-Pitting Mystery of 1954,” wherein thousands of Bellingham, Washington residents were plagued with pitted windshelds, leading to theories that ranged from acid created by flying bugs to falling skeletons of tiny marine creatures thrown into the stratosphere by H-bomb tests. We took a look […]
10 Questionable Automotive Ideas from the 1950s and 1960s
We’re parents of younger kids here at BestRide. For the last 13 years, we’ve strapped kids into seats that offered way more bolstering and constriction than the one Neil Armstrong sat in whilst perched atop an Atlas rocket. They’re riding in cars that can sense whether belts are buckled, how fast the airbag should deploy […]
Car Doctor Q&A: Mice in the Car!
Mice in the car can be more that just an annoyance. They can cause thousands in damage when they chew away the insulation on wiring.