Seeing a freshly detailed engine is a visual pleasure. But detailing your engine bay also helps you identify leaks that should be addressed!
So you noticed a new scratch on your vehicle. Now what? Does it need to be repainted or can it be buffed out? We explain how to evaluate the damage.
Replacing a timing belt is expensive and important. Here’s how to tell if a vehicle has already had the service done before and what to do about it.
Did your taillights go out? No blinkers? Maybe you need to drive with your hazards on. Use these hand signals to communicate with other drivers.
Short answer: No, you don’t need to pump the brakes in your new car. Why? Let us explain.
Is your check engine light on? Here’s how to look into the problem yourself and some of the most likely causes.
Since the 1990s, fewer vehicles have been equipped with full-size spare tires. In fact, a growing number of vehicles don’t have a spare at all.
Your dog may love sticking its head out the window with its tongue waving in the wind, but is it safe to let them do it? Not really. Here’s why.
One of the most difficult parts of going to a repair shop is explaining the problem. These tips will help you better communicate with your mechanic.