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Vehicle Types, Car Body Styles Explained

We break down the hundreds of models for sale today into a tidy group of car body types for easier shopping. There's a world of choice...

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7 Auto Parts You Shouldn't Skimp On

If you drive your car long enough, you are bound to need parts replaced. From routine maintenance to parts that wear out, repairs...

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Bad Winter Driving Habits That Can Cost You

Winter driving can be a challenge With snow, ice, sleet and freezing rain, driving in the winter calls for a different skillset. We...

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Should I Have My Vehicle’s Engine Rebuilt or Replaced?

Engine trouble and a diagnosis After years of faithful service, your vehicle begins to experience engine troubles. A trip to your...

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Sticker Shock: Most Expensive Car Parts

Paying for technology It’s no secret that as our vehicles become more complex and technologically advanced, the parts that are in...

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Do I Need an Emergency Car Kit?

No one likes to think about having their car break down while they are on the road. But things happen – you can get a flat tire, your...

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Is Your Car Ready for Campus?

Just like a cross-country road trip, college is an adventure. From late-night pizza runs to driving around campus, you need your vehicle...

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Avoiding Pain at the Pump

Whether you drive a car, truck or SUV, you are likely trying to maximize your gas mileage. You may think that there is nothing you...

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How to Change a Flat Tire

It’s one of those things you hope not to have to do, but you never know when you might have to change a tire. Maybe you drive over...

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What's that Warning Sign?

As vehicles become more advanced, so have their dashboard displays. With a variety of symbols and warning lights, your vehicle is...

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Stocking Stuffers for Your Car

You love the holiday season; it’s the perfect time to show your friends and family how much you care about them. Your shopping list...

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All About Windshield Wiper Connectors

There are three common types of connectors for conventional blades: Side Pin -- a small pin on the wiper arm snaps into a hole on...

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Racing to the Future: Autonomous Vehicles

As car manufacturers develop advanced technologies like crash avoidance, auto braking and lane departure warnings, they’re quickly...

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What's That Smell?

Ooooh, that smell From that ‘new car’ scent to the odor of old fast food bags, your car has many different smells. Some are normal...

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How to Test Drive

The critical element here is taking your time. Try to spend at least 20 minutes with the vehicle. Try to make sure your route includes...

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