As you know, you can only drive if you can see, which is why treating your windshield is a vital part of your car’s upkeep.
April showers bring … mud season. Learn how to get a car unstuck from mud for when spring’s rainy weather arrives.
Knowing how to prevent hydroplaning begins by being aware of the road conditions and keeping up with regular tire maintenance.
You left your convertible top down because when you parked, there wasn’t a cloud in the sky. A few hours later, you look out the window and it’s pouring!
If your car’s interior is wet, don’t panic. Wondering how to to prevent mold or mustiness from developing? Here are a few ideas.
Curious about what steps you should take when driving in wet weather? Tips for driving in the rain typically focus on safety, since this type of weather can create dangerously slick roads and poor visibility conditions. According to the Federal Highway Administration, rain is a factor in 10 percent of all vehicle crashes. Here are seven essential tips that can help you drive more safely on rainy days:
Learn why it’s important to regularly replace windshield wipers.
Wondering about the history of windshield wipers? We’ve got you covered with this walk through the evolution of modern wipers.
What are winter wiper blades? You’ve no doubt seen this item lurking on the shelves of your local auto parts store, but a quick inspection doesn’t necessarily reveal the key differences between these wipers and the spring/summer/fall set you’re used to running. Why would you consider swapping in…
Whether or not you use them frequently, you should be replacing wiper blades with some regularity. Over time the blade wears down, making it less effective at clearing your windshield. It’s important to remember that effective windshield wipers are a vital safety component…