If you’re looking for more of the top 10 offbeat automotive tips, you’re in the right place. This continues the top 10; if you missed the first five automotive tips, CLICK HERE. In no time, you’ll be able to use these simple but off-the-beaten-path remedies to get the most out of your vehicle. More top Read on! →


Advances in technology have made the automotive experience more pleasant and convenient. Who doesn’t appreciate power steering, for instance? If you have driven without it, you know the difference is tremendous, akin to the strenuous workout of steering a huge, old farm tractor. But what about a vehicle’s simpler functions, like power door locks? We Read on! →


Most new cars come with a backup camera pre-installed, and by 2014, it seems likely that the rear-view camera will be a mandatory safety feature. But what if you have an older car, some cash, some DIY savvy and want help with parallel parking? Here’s how to install a backup camera in an older vehicle. Read on! →


The exhaust that your vehicle puts out can tell you a lot about how the engine is functioning. If the exhaust coming out of your vehicle starts to look or smell differently than normal, that difference can help you diagnose the problem. Blue smoke If blue or bluish smoke is coming out of your vehicle’s Read on! →


Have you been staring at that check engine light for months? Bust out your OBD-II scanner, and you’re likely to find that you have a failed oxygen sensor. Luckily, an O2 sensor isn’t difficult to swap out. He’s how to replace an oxygen sensor with minimal work. The oxygen sensor’s job A car’s oxygen sensor Read on! →


When you are trying to avoid a traffic ticket, then the best and easiest way to just not not get stopped. Avoiding the eye of a traffic officer, however, is not always easy. There are a few things you can do to help ensure that your car is not the one that the police notice. Read on! →


Repossessions are on the rise In the third quarter of 2009, the national 60-day auto delinquency rate (defined by TransUnion.com as the ratio of auto loan borrowers 60 or more days past due) edged up to 0.81 percent, from .80 for the same quarter in 2008. TransUnion calculates the delinquency rate based on the approximately Read on! →


In most engines, there are anywhere from one to four belts that run some of the most basic parts of your engine. The belts are easy to forget about — they don’t require attention as often as oil changes — but they are incredibly important. What is the best way to care for and change Read on! →


If it isn’t already, your car’s paint job will eventually be scratched – it’s almost inevitable. Having your car resprayed when just a touch-up is required is a huge waste of money, so car owners should learn how to fix car paint scratches themselves. Assess the damage If the scratch appears thin and white, it Read on! →


Other than a home, a new car may be the biggest purchase you’ll ever make; and other than your house payment or rent, your car loan is likely to be your largest monthly expense. That said, when it comes to serious damage or loss, standard auto insurance policies sometimes do not provide all the financial Read on! →