Properly storing a convertible in winter is key if you live in four-season areas. From there on out, it’s all a breeze.
A car jack is a lifting tool, not a support. Jacks alone are not a safe way to balance a load or a reliable means of holding it up.
The average life of brake pads and shoes varies greatly based on a number of factors, some of them well within your control.
Donut vs. full size is a good thing to consider before you find yourself on the side of the road with a flat.
Especially on today’s vehicles, there are many kinds of car sensors that monitor systems and perform vastly different tasks.
New Car Technology: What to Look for in 2016
There are no federal helmet laws for motorcycle riders, but many states dictate who must wear protective headgear.
If you’ve spent any time in hilly areas, you’ve probably seen warning signs advising you not to ride your brakes on those lengthy descents. But what’s really going on with your car, and what are the hidden dangers of riding your brakes?
Here are snowmobile safety tips and must-have equipment to see you through an invigorating outdoor adventure.
Removing rusted nuts and bolts can quickly go from minor annoyance to major disaster.