How can you find out if your car’s tires need to be replaced or not? Here are some simple ways you can check without making a trip to a mechanic.
You may not think much about what happens when you hit the brake pedal. But since it’s so important, here’s how to tell if your brakes need to be replaced.
Where can you find some tips on increasing your car’s fuel economy? Here are some ways to save money and time at the pump,
If you’re confused about what kind of oil to use in your car — and how often you need to get an oil change — here are some tips to help.
What does the octane rating of gas mean? Is it bad that you just put the cheap stuff in all the time – or should you spring for premium fuel? Here’s what you need to know.
Why can’t you pump your own gas in New Jersey and Oregon, and have to pay for full-service? Self-service works for all the other states, so why make it illegal?
Why does the first quarter of a car’s fuel seem to last a week, based on the gas gauge, but the last quarter lasts what seems like a day?
Have a dead battery and not sure how to connect jumper cables? Here’s how to jump start your car so you can can get back on the road.
What’s the best way to escape from a locked car trunk? Especially if you’re claustrophobic, this might be one of your nightmare scenarios.
You have probably noticed that there are a lot of numbers and letters on the side of your vehicle’s tires. What do they mean? Find out here.
If you just discovered that there’s a puddle under your vehicle, you may wonder: What kind of fluid is your car leaking? Here are some ways to find out.
Is there an easy way to find race car tracks when traveling, or just all the ones near me? Here’s where you can find out where to get your motorsports fix.
I read about a mom and two kids who were trapped in their car during a flash flood, and all three of them died. Is there some sinking car survival plan or procedure that could have saved them? What is the best way to get out of a car that’s in or under water?
It’s been the subject of great debate in the US for decades now: How exactly do you pronounce Porsche — is it “Porsh” or “Porsha”? Potato, puhtato… porsha, porsh Ah — the question that’s more common than ownership of the fancy German sports car itself: How is Porsche pronounced? Is it “Porsh” or more like…