If your car never looks as good as others after a car wash, DIY car detailing will certainly make a difference. Here’s how to get started.
Hauling a trailer may be part of your job, part of your hobby, or just an occasional jaunt to pick up some materials. Regardless of why you haul, safe trailering … Continue Reading How To Install a Trailer Brake Controller For Safer Towing
When it comes to working on your own car, safety gear is just as important as the right ratchet set or air driver.
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Automotive AC repairs are often beyond the scope of most DIY mechanics. Take a closer look with us as to why.
Do-it-yourselfers, you take pride in the fact that you can fix practically anything, but when should you bring your car to the mechanic?
The best automotive hand tools are the ones that make a project simple and easy, so you don’t have to spend extra time seeking out work-arounds or jury-rigging your own gear. With the right base of tools in your garage you should be able to tackle a wide range of repairs…
Back in the old days, we did things differently. Flushing a radiator consisted of three steps: drain antifreeze; pour from a jug of new antifreeze; add water from garden hose. … Continue Reading Choose the Correct Antifreeze for Your Import Vehicle
Owning a high-mileage car has advantages. For some, it’s no car payments and low ownership costs. For others, it’s the satisfaction of making a durable piece of equipment last beyond … Continue Reading The 200K Mile Club: Preparing for the Journey
Some drivers like to keep it fresh with one new car after another. For them, always driving a new car means fewer worries about costly repairs or roadside break-downs. But older vehicles can be just as reliable while avoiding the major disadvantage to this strategy: spending more money.