These are the car parts that are more likely to break in the winter, but being prepared can help to make them less of a nuisance.
Knowing how to prevent hydroplaning begins by being aware of the road conditions and keeping up with regular tire maintenance.
Looking to drive your electric car in the winter? Here’s the scoop on how cold weather affects electric vehicles.
As for tool repair, floods don’t discriminate when it comes to damaging your personal property.
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:
Hurricane tracking begins the moment one is forecast to affect your area. Here’s how to prepare your car for a quick escape.
A series of devastating storms including two powerful tornadoes ripped through South Georgia the at end of January leaving a path of destruction in its wake. Over a dozen people … Continue Reading AutoCare Center Is Bright Spot After The Storm
Driving in fog can be dangerous, even deadly. Here’s what you need to know to avoid becoming a traffic statistic.
Foggy weather may actually mean not using your high beams.
Take a look at this list of best boating apps before you head out on your next adventure. There are apps for everything from nav to weather to fishing.