12 Winter Driving Tips and Myths

Living in the northeast, winter weather driving is something that I’m all too familiar with, and happen to actually enjoy. It’s not for everyone, but with some advice and some practice, you can do it, and hopefully get to your destination with no problem at all. [...]

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3M’s Paint Defender System is an Amazing Way to Protect Your Car

If paint chips from rocks flying up from the car in front of you, salt flying at your car as you travel along the highway, or any other hazard out there on the road today causes you to lose sleep at night, sleep tight after this.

New from 3M, the people who originally [...]

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What Should My Tire Pressure Be?

Your long ignored friend and foe, tire pressure. If you’re wondering why I’m making something so simple sound like a superhero/supervillain situation, it’s because that’s exactly what it is.

You’re tire pressure is probably the simplest and most inexpensive piece of maintenance you can do to your vehicle. It’s almost always free. ($.25 at some [...]

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Maintaining Your Car Can Help Maintain Our Planet

Yes, your car pollutes, obviously. But what you may not have realized, is that as your car gets older, it pollutes more and more. Along with old age, and added pollution, your gas mileage also suffers as your car ages.

Why is this? Without getting into the details of too many engine components and sensors, [...]

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Your Car, Replace or Repair?

We all know that the economy really stinks right now. One of the industries that fell off with the economy is the auto industry. With people making less money, losing their jobs, and losing their investments, a lot more people are choosing to repair rather than replace their cars.

So is this practice of repair [...]

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