Running an internal combustion engine is, speaking in terms of energy use, expensive. Even the most efficient gas-run engines use only about 38 percent of the stored energy of gas for powering the vehicle – the rest becomes waste heat. Engines are designed to operate within a relatively narrow range of temperatures, and if an Read on! →


It’s summertime, and the sun is making your car’s cooling system work overtime. If it has been a while since you last checked the fluid level in the radiator, then it’s high time you popped the hood. If you don’t have any coolant on hand, be sure to buy some. But when it comes to Read on! →


Summer driving requires a clean radiator to help your car’s engine beat the heat. Deposit buildup can clog the cooling system and lead to engine overheating that leaves you dead on the highway. Understanding how to flush your radiator and replace the antifreeze before that hot summer trip will save you money and frustration. Your Read on! →