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Car rain storm
If you’re a resident in a hurricane-prone area, you may know how to prepare your home ahead of a storm. But do you know that disaster preparedness should also extend…
Gray squirrel eating a nut.
No matter where you live, if there are squirrels in the area, there’s a chance one of them could find its way under your hood and start snacking on your…
jumper cables
As a teenager, I was lucky enough to have my own car — a 1988 burgundy Pontiac 6000 STE. It was very reliable — until I left the headlights on for about seven…
4 Ways to Pull a Truck from the Mud
Sometimes, you just can’t avoid driving through mud. Whether you’re parking in an unpaved lot at a concert venue or pulling off the pavement to go camping, odds are that…
tire inspection
Uneven tire wear is usually caused by improper alignment, overinflation, underinflation or a worn out suspension. It can be helpful to know the different uneven tire wear patterns below and…
Driving Safety Tips for Handling Potholes
During my commute to work, I inevitably drive over more than 10 potholes each way. While a few of them are small, most of them are quite large and create…
High-Mileage Cars: Is 200,000 the new normal?
In the 1960s and 1970s, many automobile odometers did not even read beyond 99,999 miles. Hit 100,000, and the odometer “flipped” or turned back to zero. But now, thanks to…
engine oil yellow funnel
I’m sure you’ve heard this before: “Oil is the lifeblood of your engine.” If you don’t choose the correct oil, you could accelerate engine wear and cause a premature failure.…
snowy tires
Weather across the country this winter, and every year it seems, is behaving just a little strangely. Depending on where in the country you live, if you want to get…
woman frosty windshield
Winter driving can be dangerous, so its important to take extra caution on the roads. During bad weather, the best way to avoid an accident is not to drive at…