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Driving your car on the track is one of the most rewarding activities a performance fan can experience. Here’s how to get started.

A tablet mounted on your dash opens up a world of possibilities for digital gauges, cameras, and useful driving apps.

Any task can be a breeze, or a headache, depending on the tools at hand.

Today's car are easier than ever to service. What's the best way to get started?

There's an inexpensive and easy solution for restoring milky or yellowed headlight lenses.

There’s no faster way to dramatically change the appearance of a vehicle.

These ninja hacks can solve some of the trickiest car-care issues.

With a heads-up display, the driver can take in a range of information without taking his or her eyes off the road.

To correct these problems, modify the suspension tuning and/or hone your driving skills.

Lockable storage systems, standing workspaces, and multi-tiered drawers.

Make a lasting impression when you leave others in your dust.

Metal car keys are a thing of the past.

A supercharger is one of the fastest and most accessible ways to add a couple of hundred ponies.

The right interior lighting adds personality, splashes of color, and greater utility to your ride.

With the press of a button, the amount of air in the bags is adjusted to change your ride height.

To badge or de-badge. That is the question.

Today’s power-assist steering products provide a great driving feel while saving money on fuel and repairs.

Turn a meager garage into a pleasant and efficient automotive workshop.

It's easy to bleed your brake fluid and should be done about every two years.

Can machining the rotors fix a brake judder? The answer depends on the cause of the noise.

Does your car stereo have the latest desirable features—like a reliable Bluetooth connection and hands-free controls?