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Improve Efficiency With Engine Air Filter Replacement

The humble engine air filter not only affects performance but engine longevity as well. Find out if it's time for a replacement before the next road trip.

Frigid In Your Car? Could Be Quick, Easy Fix

You shouldn’t have to wear a jacket to stay warm in your vehicle this winter. The climate control system may simply need some minor adjustments before traveling for the upcoming holidays.

How To Avoid Wildlife Accidents This Season

We’ve all seen yellow warning signs about wildlife crossings. The danger is a real--and potentially expensive--problem for drivers on rural roads. Here are some tips for preserving local fauna and preventing your vehicle from ending up in a ditch.

The Little Gauge Which Saves You Big Money

Behold the humble yet indispensable tire gauge. These useful little devices were introduced more than a century ago. And now they’ve got a high tech difference--good news for every driver in your family.

Help Your Car Shine Along Winter Roads

Winter rain, snow and sleet can create lasting damage both inside and out of your vehicle. So staying on top of car care isn’t easy this time of year, but here are some tips to see you through the storms.

Don't Drive In Haze, Remove Filmy Glare

Learn what causes that cloudy film on the inside of your windshield and what gets rid of it.

Your Battery Wants to Tell You Something

Those first cold mornings after a long, hot summer can be the death knell for your battery.

5 Ways to Ready Your Ride For Winter Wrath

Fall car care is all about getting ahead of Old Man Winter. A little work this time of year preps your ride for the rain, snow, ice, sleet, and hail that awaits.

Reading The Lines: Cracks in Your Glass

Drive long enough and you’re sure to encounter a chip or crack in your windshield.

Sometimes it’s caused by a gravel truck; sometimes the wound is on the passenger side. Whatever the case, ignoring the scar isn’t the best option.

Those Important First Steps In Teen Safety

Teenagers only account for 13 percent of licensed drivers in Canada, but they account for roughly a quarter of all road-related injuries and fatalities.

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