Each decade seems to bring with it its own automotive fads. Here are five of our favorites from the 1950s to now.
One of the common side effects of DIYing is oil stains on your driveway or garage floor. Here are tips for removing oil stains from concrete.
Frame coating prevents rust from forming on your vehicle’s undercarriage and other critical components. Here are a few options to explore.
It’s where you maintain your car, but have you given much thought to the garage itself? Here’s how to maintain a garage door for longevity and reliability.
Your brake system can get air bubbles inside. While you can fix it, there is also a way to prevent it. Learn why and how to bleed brakes.
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.
Once you have a set of basic tools, it’s time to expand your DIY toolbox. Here are a few maintenance tools that make working on your car easier and safer.
So you’re getting in the habit of regular fluid checks on your car. But do you know how to check transmission fluid? Here’s a refresher to get you started.
The quality of car fluids has improved in recent years. For instance, certain fluids are now considered “lifetime fill.” Here’s what you should know.
Cleaning a lawn mower carburetor is a great summertime DIY project, and it helps to extend the life of your lawn mower. Here’s how you can do it each year.