The first half of this year has been the warmest on record for more than 100 U.S. cities, according to the National Climatic Data Center. The extreme summer heat is not only harmful to people and animals; it can also take a big toll on your car. Here are some tips on how you can Read on! →

There are times we all wish that our cars would just go — no maintenance, no oil changes, no worries. If you own or lease a vehicle, though, you need to keep an eye on vehicle maintenance. The good news is, if you keep up on your maintenance, you can save time and money. Keeping Read on! →

The recession has forced many consumers to hold onto their cars for longer than they’d planned, which is both a blessing and a curse for dealer service departments, says Wards Auto. Car sales and warranty jobs are down (as well as the market for auto loans), which has prompted dealer service departments to intensify their Read on! →

It’s a sound (or rather, lack of a sound) that everyone dreads. Turn your ignition switch, and hear just a click-click. It could mean that you just left the lights on overnight, or it could mean that your battery is dying. Knowing when to replace your car battery can help cut down on these unfortunately Read on! →

With record summer heat across most of the nation, it is wise to consider the kinds of damage extreme temperatures can do to your vehicle. We have already suggested some maintenance tips to keep your battery working properly through the summer. We will now look at some other parts of your vehicle that may be Read on! →