iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad owners should be glad know there’s an easy and inexpensive way to get your car’s computer to tell you what kind of engine problem a car is having. For about $100, the GoPoint scan tool, also known as a GL1 cable, connects your car’s engine to your Apple device. With Read on! →

If you’re a true gearhead, the new GM Corvette program is perfect for you. If you’re buying a Corvette Z06 or ZR1, you can pay a little extra and build the engine yourself. The best part of this GM/Corvette program is, unlike building an engine on your own, you’re protected every step of the way. Read on! →

Going to a professional detailer can be a good way to help your vehicle look its best. If you get your car detailed on a regular basis, though, it can get expensive. While the initial cost of do it yourself detailing may be a bit higher than going to a professional, it can save you Read on! →

Electronic, self-extending antennas look fancy. Unfortunately, these telescoping car radio antennas are prone to breakage, for example when your car goes through a car wash with the antenna extended. Knowing how to repair a retractable antenna is useful in these circumstances. Step No. 1 – Remove the broken pieces of your car antenna The first Read on! →