Winter has arrived and with it comes its fair share of hazardous driving. Because of this, you may find that you’re becoming a white-knuckled driver or at least someone who starts gripping the steering wheel a bit tighter. But fear not, you neither must live in fear nor become a hermit until spring arrives…
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A diesel fuel filter ensures that your engine is always receiving clean fuel. Here’s how to replace your vehicle’s diesel fuel filters.
A radiator flush should be conducted as per your owner’s manual. Neglecting this task can damage your engine.
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A brake parts cleaner should be used to clean your wheels. Here’s how to use it correctly to lengthen the life of your car’s brake parts.
Diesel is a petroleum-based fuel, derived from the same crude oil as gasoline. When distilled, the lighter fuel becomes gasoline and the heavier fuel is made into diesel. Because diesel is denser than gasoline, it provides more energy, or specifically better fuel economy, per gallon. But it does also have some drawbacks…
The sun is finally shining, meaning it’s time to spring-clean your car. Winter is hard on a car, and a good cleaning makes it look good as new inside and out. Also, a nice bath helps your car last longer by removing the winter buildup on paint and interior fabrics. It doesn’t take long to do the job and, once it’s done, you’ll have months of summertime weather to enjoy. Here’s how to spring-clean your car…