Fuel efficiency in cars is something that every driver should be aware of. Picking a vehicle that won’t empty your wallet every time you fill up the tank is a good idea. This has been a major concern of the auto industry for a long time, and the best-selling cars on the market are all Read on! →


Here’s the rest of the procedure for changing your spark plugs. CLICK HERE if you missed part one. Assuming you’re still on track, pull the wire off the end of the plug by gripping the wire it as close to the engine as possible. Some wiggling may be necessary. About.com stresses here not to rip Read on! →


Whether it’s engine oil, transmission fluid, antifreeze, battery acid or air conditioning Freon, detecting auto leaks is essential to maintaining proper function of your vehicle. Some leaks can be seen, others have a distinct odor and some require more detailed inspection, according to Machinery Lubrication. Here are some detection and prevention tips and tricks for Read on! →


We all know that we are supposed to change the oil in our cars on a regular basis, but other than natural or synthetic, most people don’t usually think much about what oil goes in or comes out. Re-refined or re-processed oil is engine lubricant that is exactly what it sounds like — used oil Read on! →


If you’ve ever shopped for a used car at a dealership, you’ve probably seen a document hanging either on the rear view mirror or a side mirror, or affixed to a window. This document, called a Buyer’s Guide, is intended to inform you of what kind of warranty will apply to your vehicle upon purchase. Read on! →