By Daniel GrayMar 220
The hand brake, also known as the parking brake, prevents vehicles from rolling when parked. They're also useful in competition.
By Daniel GrayMar 80
Spring is the perfect time for a stem-to-stern cleaning of your rig. Here's how the experts do it.
By Benjamin HuntingMar 70
Aggressive rubber compounds help track tires stick, but offer no warning when the grip goes away.
By Nina RussinMar 7
It's essential to properly resurrect your vehicle from winter hibernation. Follow these steps when taking a vintage car out of storage.
By Gary LieberFeb 160
When your car AC or heat smells bad, follow these steps to clear out the system and keep it fresh as a daisy.
By Gary LieberJan 300
Seat covers are an excellent way to keep your interior looking great. They can rejuvenate your seats while providing extra comfort.
By Gary LieberJan 191
A vehicle’s gauges should look cool, while making essential vehicle information as easy as possible to understand.
By Nina RussinJan 170
An abundance of horsepower won’t do a driver much good if he can’t get that power to the ground.
By Gary LieberJan 110
If your brake calipers and rotors are visible, you should enhance them with visual flair. Here's how to get it done.
By Nina RussinJan 30
Does it mean that your car is about to die? The short answer is no. Here's how to know what it means for sure.
Proper inflation ensures that your tires last longer. And it makes your car safer and more fuel efficient.
A simple DIY cleaning extends the life of your wiper blades, and make driving a lot safer.
By Gary LieberDec 22
Does your car screech or sound like grinding rocks when you step on the brakes? It’s time to change your disc brake pads.
By Gary LieberDec 210
Freezing weather is coming—so it's time to make sure your car’s heater is up to the challenge.
By Gary LieberDec 200
All antifreeze used to be green and all the brands worked the same way. That's changed.
By Gary LieberDec 161
As time passes, the fluids are used—and can drop to dangerously low levels. Keeping them topped off avoids unnecessary repairs.
By Gary LieberDec 15
Steps to ensure you’ll stay warm and toasty on the most frigid days.
Every driver should know how to jump-start a car. While it's not a difficult task, you need to know the basics. Here's the skinny.
When mods are done right, they add tons of style to a car. What does it mean when a car is chopped, decked, peaked and pinched, etc.?
By Daniel GraySep 280
Old Man Winter is notoriously unpredictable. Here are five articles to help motorists prepare for ice and snow.
By Jim MotavalliSep 28
Any car can at least look like it will go faster with a rear spoiler.