Monthly Archives: January 2013

Drive cheaper: Five ways to cut down your driving costs

Car ownership has gotten more expensive than ever, and when economic times are tough, owning a car can be a real financial strain. Here are five ways you can lower the cost of ownership and drive cheaper. 1. Cut your

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Buying a New Car? Consider Maintenance Costs

So you’ve decided to take the plunge into new car ownership! Did you like the idea that yours was the only rear end to ever leave an imprint on the driver’s seat? Or do you plan to keep your car

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Troubleshooting Problems With Steering and Suspension

Your car’s suspension system is an intricate network of cooperating (usually, anyway) components designed to give you a smooth, even, stable ride. Since the suspension is ground zero when it comes to road abuse, the parts wear out, and even

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Do You Need a Fuel Additive like Dry Gas?

Your engine is pretty tough, and with fuel management systems as complex as they are these days, your engine’s injection system is actually fairly forgiving. Bad gas doesn’t always mean a dead engine. But there is one thing that is

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Why Does My Car Have No Heat?

If you’ve been driving a car with no heat, you are no stranger to suffering. There’s nothing worse than shivering behind the wheel while you sit in traffic. A cold drive is miserable. Not to mention the fact that without

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Winterize Your Car!

Winter Is Coming; and with it comes a flood of writers like me repeatedly beating a cliched “Game of Thrones” reference into a bloody pulp. But I hear there should be, like, snow and ice and stuff too. If you

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