For example, five stars do not always add up to six or more airbags. Some car makers provide only enough (four) airbags to earn the five-star rating. For complete peace of mind, be sure to check there are two front, two side (usually in the outer cushion of the front seats) and two head-protecting “curtain”… Continue reading Five-star safety
When shopping for a new vehicle, the world is your oyster. Every vehicle in every automaker’s lineup is available for your perusal. You can purchase a fully loaded minivan for those big family vacations, a sleek new sports coupe for your next mid-life crisis toy or a stripped down compact for your new college graduate.… Continue reading Shopping for a New Vehicle
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Do you ever have one of those days where your car refuses to start? Sometimes it’s a quick fix, and sometimes it can be a little more challenging than just jimmying your key. Your best bet is to start with your battery – a dead battery happens to be the most common reason for a car… Continue reading My Car Won’t Start
Is your car battery always dying? While many assume its cold weather that kills batteries, they are actually more adversely affected by heat. Heat causes battery fluid to evaporate, thus damaging the internal structure of the battery. That’s why it’s a good idea to check your battery as the seasons change from hotter to cooler… Continue reading Get The Most Out Of Your Car Battery
Monitor your brake pad thickness and don’t let the pads wear down to metal. This will cause damage to your brake rotors (“discs”) at least and possibly your calipers as well. Rotors and calipers are much more expensive to replace than pads. There is no such thing as “cleaning” a brake pad while it is still on… Continue reading Don’t Ruin Your Brakes