As winter drags towards spring, you're likely to notice
that your daily drive is getting a little bumpier (or maybe a lot
bumpier). Pothole season is upon us.
A pothole can form when water seeps into cracks and
crevices in a road surface that has suffered wear and tear from
It's a frigidly cold morning, and your car won't start. You
found your jumper cables and enlisted a neighbor's help to get
going: no dice. That's because your battery isn't the problem.
Your fuel lines have frozen.
Gasoline remains a liquid at most winter temperatures in
You've probably heard that having properly inflated tires
is not only good for your safety and your tires' durability, but
also for how much money you spend at the gas pump.
Most cars' tires are supposed to be inflated to between 30
and 35 pounds per square inch (PSI), but according to ...
A penny may not be worth much these days, but as long as you've
got one in your pocket, you've also got a very convenient way to
check whether it's time to replace your tires.
Flip the penny over to the "heads" side with Abraham Lincoln's
head showing. Flip his head upside down and inse...
What is the proper repair for a tire plug or patch?
The proper repair of a punctured tire requires a plug for the hole and a patch for the area inside the tire that surrounds the puncture hole. Punctures through the tread can be repaired if they are not too large, but punc...
A Routine Car Maintenance Schedule Based on Engine Mileage
Routine car maintenance is mandatory in order to keep a car running properly. The following guidelines are the approximate intervals many car manufacturers suggest auto maintenance service be performed. However, always refer to the ...