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Deal With Drips, Drops Before They Become Expensive Problems

A puddle beneath your vehicle is an alarming sight. You don’t need to be a certified technician to know this is serious.

Time to turn to an expert to see exactly what’s going wrong.

Showstopping Car Care Tips From Expert Detailer

Meet Laurie Cross, owner of a premier car detailing shop who has prepared more than a few vehicles for high-profile car shows over the years.

Learn which vehicle is her favorite, and what she suggests for keeping your car looking sharp.

Remember This When Buying A Safety Seat

All parents know a car seat proves invaluable at protecting a child during a crash. What to look for--and how to property use it--aren’t always as easy to sort out.

That’s why it’s important to ask for help.

Don't Let Fear Strike When 'Check Engine' Lights Up Your Dash

No one wants to see a “check engine” light on the dashboard. Thankfully, it doesn’t necessarily mean an expensive repair waits on the horizon.

Neither should a check engine light be ignored, however. Here’s why.

Avoid Fuming Beside An Overheated Engine

We see it every summer. Some poor commuter with their hazard lights on and hood up, white steam billowing from the engine. Here’s how to avoid it happening to you.

Easy Ways To Reduce Teen Text Distractions

It’s no secret teens adore their smartphones. The trouble is getting them to put it down while driving. Some researchers believe incentives could slash the rate of texting and driving among teens.

A Gob of Clay Takes That Gritty Feel Away

You’re cruising with the window down and left hand on the driver’s side door when it hits you: The paint feels like Braille. Time for a clay bar, an item great at restoring that showroom feel.

Family Fun in Tow: Trailers for Summer

Even drivers of smaller vehicles can enjoy the perks of life on the open road.

There’s only a few things you need to remember when shopping for a trailer and tow hitch.

Help Your A/C Keep Its Cool All Summer Long

A frosty air conditioner on a blistering summer afternoon provides one of life’s greatest comforts.

Here’s what you need to do to keep those vents blowing cold air all summer long.

How to Avoid Troubles With Tread

Tires are made to do one thing--grip the road. Is your tread ready for the searing heat this summer? Find out how to choose the right tread for your spring and summer driving.

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