Is it Safe to Drive with a Nail in My Tire?

Getting something stuck in your tire happens more often than you think. The rubber material around your wheels will often pick up pebbles, debris, or gravel, which is perfectly normal...Read more

What are the Most Reliable Used Pickup Trucks?

Your needs and lifestyle are important considerations when choosing a vehicle. If you plan on using your vehicle for hauling, towing, or carrying heavy loads of cargo, then you may...Read more

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

What’s the Difference Between Your Car’s Air Conditioner & Heater?

Most people understand that their home’s heating and air conditioning (A/C) are basically two distinct systems (usually) tied together by ductwork. There’s the A/C unit, which does the cooling, and...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

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GMC Confirms Fall Debut for Hummer EV

The Hummer EV is one of the most highly awaited vehicles to launch this year after the nameplate's arrival was announced at the Super Bowl in February. However, due to...Read more

2021 Honda Odyssey Gets Fresh Updates

Just when other automakers are exiting the minivan segment one by one, Honda shows it is sticking around with the announcement of a fresh look for its Odyssey. For the...Read more

2021 Ford Bronco Units May Take 18 Months to Arrive

Shortly after Ford formally introduced the revived Bronco to the public, reservations for the vehicles and its variants flooded. It was understandable given the automaker's flexible reservation policy of a...Read more

Hyundai Gives 2021 Sonata New Features

The high-performing Sonata N-Line is making its way to the Hyundai lineup later this year, packed with an engine that delivers up to 290 horsepower. But before that, the automaker...Read more

Hyundai Announces Night Edition for 2021 Kona

It seems a Night Edition package is becoming a norm in the automotive market as another model is given the treatment by its manufacturer—the Hyundai Kona. During the official reveal...Read more

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Auto Repair

How to Change Your Oil

Knowing how to change your car oil is one of the most basic skills you should know as an automotive DIYer. Not only does it help you get to know...Read more

How to Replace Your Windshield Washer Reservoir

As the name suggests, the windshield washer reservoir stores the fluid that helps your vehicle’s wipers clean the windshield. While it’s a relatively simple container made from rugged polyethylene plastic,...Read more

How to Flush Coolant

Nearly every vehicle manufacturer recommends a coolant flush as part of their maintenance schedule—it’s an essential part of any car care routine. Why? Because coolant breaks down over time and...Read more

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

Car A/C Not Cooling? 5 Reasons Why

If your vehicle’s air conditioning system isn’t working properly, it’s definitely an inconvenience⁠—especially if you’re driving around during the summer when temperatures can get extremely unbearable.  There are many possible...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

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