1960 Karmann Ghia

8 Winter Storage Tips for Vintage or Classic Cars

Once Fall takes root, many vintage and classic car owners prefer to hibernate their pride and joy to steer clear of the worst of the cold winter weather. However, it’s good to keep in mind that cars are designed for regular use and leaving them dormant for too long may do more harm than good. […]

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Red Semi

5 Winter Driving Tips from a Seasoned Trucker

*This is a guest post by experienced trucker Hank Barton. Be sure to share if you like this post! As a trucker of more than a decade and a half, I can confirm that there’s a universal truth among all truckers – and it’s that none of us love the snow. But commerce doesn’t stop […]

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How to Tell if a Car Lease is a Good Deal

Leasing a car can be a great option for those who are: Not looking for a long-term vehicle commitment and don’t want to deal with the responsibility of ownership Interested in fixed transportation costs, as leased cars are almost always under warranty, and many automakers now offer free maintenance programs…the result being one set fee […]

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Kids fighting in back seat

Tips For Peaceful Parenting In The Car

Do you dread taking your kids in the car because backseat battles are driving you crazy? You’re definitely not alone. A study published in the Daily Mail found that 30 percent of drivers say their biggest distraction behind the wheel is passengers, and about half of those drivers cited their children as the number one […]

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Tire Dressing 101 – All You Ever Wanted To Know About Tire Shine

When it comes to making a car stand out from the crowd, tire dressing is one of the “little things” that can make a big difference. However, tire dressing isn’t as simple as it seems. There are different types of dressing available with different finishes, and some of the dressings even help to protect your […]

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DIY wiper blade replacement tips

Choosing and Replacing Windshield Wiper Blades – DIY Tips

When it’s time to change your windshield wiper blades, you have a couple of options. You can have them replaced when you take your car in for its next oil change. You’ll pay more for the service than if you replace them yourself, but if you want to avoid the hassle of choosing and installing […]

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Preserving the Life of an Older Car

Rev Up Your Old Car If you’re like me and driving a car that’s over ten years old, you probably love the car-payment-free life. But at over 200 thousand miles, my beloved Honda Accord is starting to show her age. I’ve always been good about regular maintenance like oil changes and tune-ups. But what else […]

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How to Let Go of Road Rage

According to a study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, there are over 1,200 incidents of road rage every year, about 300 of which end in serious injuries or fatalities. With traffic showing no signs of improving, this number is rising steadily. It’s not surprising then that the police, medical practitioners and civic associations […]

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