Can high mileage cars make it from 100,000 miles on the odometer to 200,000 miles? It’s not an impossible, here’s how to do it.
Electric vehicle maintenance is essential for keeping your battery-powered car on the road. Check out these three areas you can’t ignore.
What is a throttle position sensor? Learn more about what a TPS does, how to notice when it needs repair and the steps to take to install a new one.
Congratulations, you made it through winter! As the weather starts to warm up, you’ll probably want to get out more and enjoy it. But before you do, make sure your vehicle is up to the task. A good spring vehicle tune-up is an important part of any maintenance schedule…
Gas savings matter. But what about electric or hybrid car maintenance?
The U.S. is full of scenic stretches, cultural hubs and history. Check out these less-known summer road trip ideas and start planning your adventure.
When considering high-mileage vehicles, the only question consumers should be asking is if they’re willing to care for one. Do so and it’ll never feel old.
The effects of dry heat can damage automotive components, but if you keep an eye out and stay aware of the risks you can protect your car.
Owning a high-mileage car has advantages. For some, it’s no car payments and low ownership costs. For others, it’s the satisfaction of making a durable piece of equipment last beyond … Continue Reading The 200K Mile Club: Preparing for the Journey
Some drivers like to keep it fresh with one new car after another. For them, always driving a new car means fewer worries about costly repairs or roadside break-downs. But older vehicles can be just as reliable while avoiding the major disadvantage to this strategy: spending more money.