Your summer fluid check should not be overlooked. Avoid a breakdown by checking your motor oil, car battery, washer fluid, brake fluid and coolant.
Classic car storage can protect your vehicle for weeks, months or years, but here’s how to get it back on the road again.
There are three car fluids every driver should have on hand. Store these in your garage for ease of access when you need them.
Winter vehicle maintenance involves checking four car fluids before the season’s worst weather arrives.
It’s important to understand the benefits of automotive oil so you can stay on top of you car’s maintenance.
Oil viscosity can feel a bit like math class when you’re standing inside your local auto parts store staring down row after row of oil bottles plastered with algebraic numbers and letters. To make it simple, just pick up the oil type that’s recommended in your owner’s manual…
Car engine oil goes through a multistep manufacturing process, one that yields either conventional or synthetic oil when finished.
The recommended oil for your car is set by the manufacturer. Today’s engines have narrower tolerances, requiring certain synthetic oils to be used.
Transitional car care takes place in the spring and again in the fall, preparing car owners for extreme temperatures and tough rough conditions.
Engine repairs are one of the most expensive costs associated with cars. If the engine, transmission or body is shot, those repairs can easily overwhelm your budget. Engine sludge is a key contributor to engine failure; here’s how to recognize and prevent the problem…