A car with a smell like gas needs immediate attention to avoid the danger of a fire.
Youngsters may want to drive, but there are certain rules to follow. Our list of tips for teen drivers can help them learn the right kinds of behavior.
Can you leave your car on while pumping gas? The answer is not as clear as you might think, and there are other issues to address at service stations too.
When it comes to working on your own car, safety gear is just as important as the right ratchet set or air driver.
So you’re new or new-ish to driving? Here are some essential safety tips for young drivers.
Blind-spot monitoring systems help prevent accidents and save lives. Here’s a look at how this technology works.
You don’t want to poison the family dog or set your house on fire, so learning how to dispose of these dirty car rags should be a high priority.
Be involved in picking out your teen’s first car. The best thing you can do for your teen is set a good driving example.
If you’ve ever experienced a car crash, you know how stressful and upsetting it can be for a driver. Even without serious injuries or worse, the situation is typically troublesome. Dealing with law enforcement, traffic court, insurance companies and collision repairers is no one’s idea of a fun time. That’s why having a dash cam could help…
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?