Petroleum experts at both GasBuddy and AAA forecast that average gas prices will fall below $2 in as many as 20 states by December of 2015.
It’s never too soon to start educating your children about the importance of vehicle maintenance. Early practice can pave the way for kids to become the responsible car owners of the future.
The brakes on your car are a very important safety feature, so celebrate them during Brake Safety Awareness Month. Get your brakes inspected this August, and make sure that everything is in working order.
Due to a recent VW campaign, more people are talking positively about diesel engines. As diesel technology improves, is it possible that more buyers will choose this alternative to gasoline-powered vehicles?
Sure, you know that you need to “winterize” your car if you live in an area that gets harsh whether during certain months, but how should you maintain your car in the summer? Vehicles need the right maintenance for every season.
For car owners, there are a lot of things to keep in mind when it comes to ensuring that your car runs smoothly. These things can be overwhelming for some, but if basic maintenance routines aren’t kept up, it can mean bigger problems down the road. We have some tips for you that will keep your current vehicle running well for the time you own it, and will also be helpful for you when you purchase a new car in the future.
In most parts of the U.S. we know it’s coming, but we’re often not prepared when it suddenly hits. We’re talking about cold winter weather and cars. Even though we know it will happen, over the summer months we often forget that frigid temperatures are particularly hard on vehicles in the northern tier of states.