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This Summer, Take a Brake for Vehicle Safety


Each summer, families brave the heat to take road trips, go to barbeques and enjoy baseball games. Although all of these activities can be a lot of fun, they can also require a lot of time spent in the car.


Don't Tread Water This National Car Care Month


Spring showers bring May flowers, but they may also bring slippery driving conditions and decreased visibility. When it's wet, a braking car needs up to four times its regular stopping distance.


Neglected Car Service Costing Motorists


In difficult economic times, it's natural to cut back on spending, but the experts at the nonprofit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) advise that putting off automotive maintenance and service can cost you more in the long run, with small problems growing into more expensive repairs.


VehSmart Offers Protection Against Parking Lot Perils


Men just don't get it. Men don't understand the fear many women feel as they leave the office building after work to go to their car in the dark, or when they leave a department store alone and have to walk across a vast parking lot with their arms full of packages.


Two Things Every Teen Driver Should Know


Your teen has just passed driver's ed and received their license, but is he or she really ready to hit the road?


Vehicle Maintenance Now Means Big Savings Later


Our parents used to tell us the same thing - "Take care of your toys, and they'll last longer." Well, our parents were right, not just about bicycles and video games, but also about grown-up "toys" like Toyotas, Hondas and Fords.


Get a Better Deal: Sell Your Car Yourself


With the economy weighing heavy on the minds of consumers, one way that auto shoppers can save money is by selling their car themselves.


New Year's Resolutions For Your Car


New Year's resolutions can be about more than shedding a few pounds and exercising more.


Looking to Truckers for Gas-Saving Tips


High gas prices affect every business, but trucking companies especially feel the hit.


Avoid Breakdowns During Holiday Travel


Winter driving creates special challenges, which can only be amplified by the long trips many Americans will take over the holidays.


Check the Tread Before Dashing Through the Snow


Winter weather means hot cocoa and snow angels for some and slippery, dangerous commutes for many.


Safer Driving in a Winter Wonderland


When the weather outside is frightful, it's important that drivers make sure their vehicles are prepared for wintery weather conditions.


Tips to Find a Quality Repair Shop


Car problems prove frustrating enough, but trying to find a reliable, honest auto repair shop can really induce migraines. Surveys show that shoddy repair work remains a major customer complaint.


Remote Start Keeps Cars Comfortable


On early winter mornings, getting up from a warm bed can be hard enough -; stepping into an ice-cold car can feel like torture.


Winter Tires Make for Safer Seasonal Driving


Despite their name, all-season tires should not be used all year. All-season tires cannot maintain winter road traction and are not designed for winter weather.