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Give Your Car a Spring Spruce-Up
As winter wanes, people start looking forward to springtime rituals. For some, that might mean packing away heavy coats and sweaters in favor of windbreakers and t-shirts. For others, it could mean a glimpse of the first tulip of the season. And for those who love their cars, it means the chance to scrub off winter’s grit and grime and administer some well-deserved TLC.
The Best Family Cars of 2003
Many of us remember being crammed into the back of a crowded, hot station wagon when we were kids. Penned in by suitcases or grocery bags, you had to crouch down to avoid bumping your head, and often the only entertainment available was kicking your brother or counting the signs on the highway.
How to Make Sure Your Windshield is Properly Installed
Experts rank the windshield as the third most important safety component in today’s car. Along with seatbelts and airbags, ranked first and second, all three components are part of what automobile engineers refer to as a vehicle’s safety restraint system (SRS).
Celebrating Earth Day Every Day
Earth Day has a special urgency for motorists this year, given the recent increase in gasoline prices and renewed concerns about the amount of oil that is imported. According to officials with the nonprofit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), motorists can help the environment and their own finances by altering a few habits. So instead of waiting for hybrid vehicles, you can make a difference now.
Got Five Minutes and a Penny? Start Your Engines this Summer with Safer Tires
More than 85 percent of drivers nationwide do NOT check their tires properly and regularly, according to the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA). The popular driving season is just around the corner, and as you hit the road for your spring and summer excursions, there are important tips you should knowto help keep you safe.
Auto Technician Survey Confirms Importance of Vehicle Maintenance
For most people, their automobile, truck or SUV represents the second-largest purchase they will ever make, behind only their house in cost. So it makes good sense to protect that investment through regular maintenance, right?