You clipped the curb while trying to parallel park and now the car drifts right. Left unaddressed, you could face an expensive repair or tire replacement. Now what?
Want to wring every mile out of your gas tank over the life of your vehicle? Auto experts have three simple ways to make that happen.
You’re 20 minutes into the holiday vacation when you notice your vehicle’s heater isn’t producing much warm air and the headlights are dim.
A winter inspection could have discovered the little things that turn into big headaches on the road. See our recommended checklist.
Don't wait for summer to find out your brake system can't handle the heat. Temperatures can push components to the brink of failure.
Here's what you need to know before going on your next road adventure.
Tires aren’t complicated. Just keep them properly inflated, rotate them every so often and don’t run over the curb and they’ll be just fine, right?
Ask a driver how their ABS is and chances are you’ll get a blank stare.
Anti-lock brake systems are credited as one of the most advanced safety technologies in modern vehicles yet they are an enigma to many.
How do you know if your ABS is functioning properly? It’s part performance and part education.
Some warning signs never flash across your vehicle dashboard. Problems such as squeals or a vibrating brake pedal could be your car’s way of pleading for service.
A vehicle’s braking system is easy to ignore—until it doesn’t work properly. Can your vehicle respond quickly if child suddenly runs into the street or the car in front of you makes an evasive maneuver?
For most drivers a vehicle battery is just a black box underneath the hood of their vehicle.
To Gale Kimbrough batteries are like life itself, something to be nurtured and protected and every once in a while given a recharge.
Families penciling road maps and compiling an itinerary for summer travel should add one additional item to the list—brake inspection. See Coupons.
Your vehicle’s brake system is a key safety component and prone to problems caused by harsh summer conditions. Heat is the main culprit, especially for vehicles loaded down with travelers and gear.
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