Gas grades and your car — choosing regular, midgrade or premium fuel for your ride.
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…
There are a handful of causes of gasoline smell in a car. Here are some things that could lead to a whiff of gas when you’re behind the wheel.
They both take fuel, create small explosions within the engine and make cars move. But, how is a diesel engine different from a gas one?
Before you mow for a new season, there is some tune up work needed. Here’s a list of the things you should keep in your lawn mower tune up kit.
You’ve probably seen the significant shelf space devoted to fuel additives. Here’s what they do.
Fuel stabilizer prevents gasoline from breaking down over a long period of storage. Here’s a look at how it works.
It’s frustrating, but when a lawn mower won’t start, it’s most likely a simple maintenance issue you can repair yourself. Here’s how.
The combustion process differs subtly between gas and diesel vehicles. Here’s what you need to know.
Classic car storage can protect your vehicle for weeks, months or years, but here’s how to get it back on the road again.