If you’ve been following Car Deal Expert’s series on basic maintenance and care of your vehicle, you’ve learned some essential elements of car care that will help keep your vehicle running for all of its natural span. Here are some additional tips for dealing with engine oil, filters, valves, spark plugs, hoses and belts. Remember, Read on! →


Ready for more basic maintenance tips that’s make your car care routine a breeze? Here are some detailing- and maintenance-related tips for dealing with tires, wheels and brakes. If you take care of these systems, you and your car won’t be on the road to nowhere. Tires, wheels and brakes basic maintenance tip No. 1: Read on! →


When it comes to finding cheap auto parts, nothing beats the junkyard. It helps to know a few things first in order to maximize your experience and ensure your safety, however. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Finding auto parts Keep in mind that junkyards for auto parts are divided in Read on! →


Your car’s check engine light isn’t there merely for visual entertainment during your Sunday drive. While the “Car Guys” Click and Clack may joke that the best solution is a piece of duct tape, the truth is that a car owner should pay attention to the warning. It’s important to understand what the check engine Read on! →


Depending on the state you live in, no-fault insurance may be an option for your vehicle. There are a variety of opinions on no-fault insurance, and each state has a different law. In most states that allow no-fault vehicle insurance, there is still legal recourse for injured drivers. The idea behind no fault insurance With Read on! →


“The Green Hornet” hits theaters Jan. 14, and classic car lovers are drooling in anticipation of seeing the tricked-out 1965 Chrysler Imperial Crown that hits the bad guys hard. It’s “Black Beauty,” and Popular Mechanics recently spoke with “Green Hornet” automotive coordinator Dennis McCarthy about the process of bringing Black Beauty to the screen. Black Read on! →


Every driver has multiple blind spots; it’s impossible to see everything on the roadway at once. Since 2008, blind-spot radar that can help drivers avoid accidents has been introduced in consumer vehicles to help deal with this safety issue. As Steve Rode, president of Swedish blind-spot radar manufacturer Autoliv Electronics, notes business is booming. Sales Read on! →


Winter driving conditions make having the right tires imperative. In climates where snow and ice are ever-present hazards of the winter roadway, loss of traction can prove deadly. Most vehicles come standard with all-season (aka all-weather) tires, but are they enough? Exploring the winter versus all-season tire debate can uncover the truth. All-season tires and Read on! →


When Scottsdale, Ariz., police pulled over a vehicle on Sept. 10, 2008, they found sales contracts from a local automotive dealership. According to The Arizona Republic, the contracts were among many items in the car that documented a fraud ring involving Gilbert-based Henry Brown Buick-GMC-Pontiac finance manager Dominick Hurley. Rampant dealership identity theft “It was Read on! →


Basic maintenance of your vehicle would not be complete without focusing on that professional shine. Click if you’ve missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Exterior car care basic maintenance tip No. 3 – Tape lamp covers until you replace Cracked glass or plastic in front of a turn signal, brake light or Read on! →