Coffee car cupholder
If you like to enjoy a morning cup of coffee in the car as you drive to work, start your errands or drop the kids off at school, you’re not…
wash car window
Do your car windows need a good cleaning? There may be a simple solution in your cabinets. According to Reader’s Digest, a mixture of vinegar, ammonia and cornstarch may be able…
cracked windshield
If your windshield gets chipped or cracked, should you repair or replace it? If you drive with a chip or cracked windshield long enough, that if can become a when. Regardless of…
dashboard check engine light
If you’ve been driving for a while, the chances are you’ve seen the little ‘check engine’ light appear on your dashboard. But what does it mean? Should you stop driving immediately?…
mechanic hands engine
From alternators to throttles, and gaskets to wheel bearings, sometimes it can feel like you have to be a mechanic to understand your car. But you may be surprised. “Automotive maintenance may sound intimidating,…
fuel pump
Today’s gas pumps are a potentially confusing array of names, colors and alphanumeric symbols. Gasoline comes in five or more varieties, and that doesn’t account for diesel. Mix them up and…
DIY Car Mistakes
Working on your car or truck can be a worthwhile activity or hobby for many car enthusiasts. There’s often a certain amount of personal satisfaction that can come with doing…
3 Upgrades to Help Improve Your Car’s Performance
Your car gets you from point A to point B just fine, but is it performing up to its capabilities? Maybe your car is a base model, essentially offering little more than four…
tools
I’m a professional auto technician. As a result, I have tons of tools for car repair. But chances are, most gear-heads, tinkerers and do-it-yourselfers don’t have access to such a variety…
Gas Pumps
Filling up your vehicle’s gas tank is a regular task every driver must do from time to time (unless you drive an electric vehicle, of course). While they may seem…