Coronavirus Travel Restrictions Within the US: Is Interstate Travel Allowed? [UPDATED]

If you're looking for information on which states have reopened and their restrictions, read our guide to all state reopenings. Back in March, many states across the country issued stay-at-home...Read more

How Do Car Brakes Work?

All drivers know that brakes serve to slow down your car and bring it to a stop. But have you ever wondered about the inner workings of your car’s brake...Read more

Cheapest Cars to Maintain: A Professional’s Opinion

If you type the phrase “cheapest cars to maintain” into Google, you’re bound to get a variety of answers from different websites. Many (if not all) of these sources build...Read more

What is a Corner Light?

We all know the importance of the lights on our vehicles. Aside from aiding in road visibility, some of these lights also serve as signals to communicate with other motorists...Read more

Does My Car Have a Recall?

Glitchy backup cameras, loose brake calipers, defective windshield wipers, and engines with a high risk of stalling—these are just some of the issues that have prompted vehicle manufacturers to initiate...Read more

Modern Classics: Why You Should Buy an 80s Car Despite What People Say

Cars from the 1980s don’t get much love. One article from the Chicago Tribune reads, “It seems unlikely that people will ever collect 1980s American cars, short of a National...Read more

The Science Behind Automotive Brand Loyalty: What Makes People Love Their Cars?

We’ve all seen someone with a Chevy or Ford tattoo covering their arm. But automotive brand loyalty isn’t limited to over-the-top car enthusiasts such as these—average consumers often develop an...Read more

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2021 Toyota Venza Returns as an SUV

Toyota is welcoming the Venza back into the fold for the 2021 model year but in a different form. Originally released as a minivan, the vehicle returns as a crossover...Read more

Next-Gen Mitsubishi Outlander Is Coming to the U.S.

Rumors have been swirling about Mitsubishi's future in the United States, but a recent announcement from the Japanese automaker quashed theories of uncertainty for the long-running brand. In its latest...Read more

Ram Adds Blackout Edition Package to Heavy-Duty Trucks

A monochromatic treatment is coming to the 2020 Ram HD 2500 and 3500 as the automaker announced Limited Blackout Edition packages for both trucks. For an additional $1,295, buyers of...Read more

Ford Doubles Bronco First Edition Supply Due to High Demand

Amid extremely high demand for the First Edition of the 2021 Ford Bronco, the automaker announced it is doubling its initial target supply. Prior to the official release of the...Read more

New Photo of Upcoming Ford Maverick Leaked Online

To say that a lot of things are happening at the Ford headquarters is a huge understatement. Just a couple of weeks after the automaker finally debuted the long-awaited 2021...Read more

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Auto Repair

How to Replace an Ignition Coil

Are you a newbie looking for an easy repair project that you can do yourself? Many late-model cars have individual coil-on-plug (COP) ignition coils that are easy to replace⁠—with the...Read more

How to Change Spark Plugs

Spark plug replacement is one of the most common maintenance procedures. The job seems easy in theory, which is why many vehicle owners want to attempt it themselves. And it’s...Read more

How to Test a Car Battery with a Multimeter

Your car’s battery is responsible for providing the jolt of electricity needed to start your car. The battery also supplies electrical energy to the rest of the vehicle whenever the...Read more

What are the Signs of a Blown Head Gasket?

The head gasket, which is located between the engine block and cylinder head, seals the combustion chambers to prevent compression loss. It also plays a role in sealing the coolant...Read more

How to Test an O2 Sensor

Driving with a faulty O2 sensor may trigger the check engine light, cause performance problems, and eventually damage your catalytic converter. But how would you know if it is really...Read more

Bad CV Axle Symptoms

There are quite a few things that can go wrong with the constant velocity (CV) axle assembly. Leaking grease and normal wear can cause its parts to deteriorate. How will...Read more

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