Like people, cars are susceptible to cold weather. Here are five winter car care hacks to help you avoid winter car problems
Working on your car is fun, but not if you don't have the right car tools. These tools can make your day in the garage that much easier.
Engine knock is a well documented and preventable problem, but that's not the case with the more harmful and random low-speed pre-ignition.
Your dashboard is full of car warning lights and messages. Some aren't very urgent, but if you ignore these three lights, you're going to have problems.
Aside from a dead car battery, there are other signs of a bad alternator. Here are some indications and how to test an alternator.
If you're looking for headlight upgrades, there's no shortage of options. But before you spend a lot of money, be sure to consider tried-and-true bulbs.
It doesn't get as much attention as the engine, but your differential is important, and expensive to fix. Here's some tips for a differential fluid change.
Knowing how to work on your car in the cold will allow you to keep tinkering all year long - something we'd all like to do. Here are a few tips.
Supercharging a car is a complicated and expensive project. But it can be worth it, here are some things to consider before modifying your ride.
The Ford F150 has been the best selling pickup for decades in part because of its dependability. So what is the most reliable F150 engine?
Looking for some gift ideas for car lovers, we've got you covered. Skip the silk tie or cheap bottle of perfume and get them something they want.