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If your brake calipers and rotors are visible, you should dress them up with some visual flair.

Consider treating the car enthusiast in your life to a track experience.

See our buying guide for pet harnesses, crates, booster seats, and protective blankets.

Add these useful items to your glove compartment for greater utility and safety.

With these items, you can turn a garage into an automotive sanctuary.

Light bars can add style to your truck, SUV, or ATV—but they also serve a useful purpose.

Here are suggestions for the best leather jacket, helmet, driving shoes, and other items that fit under the tree.

With the right gear, a hard-working commuter car can provide comfortable service throughout the winter.

Replace your car’s cabin filter to ensure that your heat and AC run efficiently—and to keep your car’s interior smelling nice.

Winter is approaching fast—so now is the time to make sure your car’s heater is up to the challenge. 

These five easy and inexpensive maintenance procedures can help you avoid expensive repairs down the road.

Here are a few tips on how to keep your HVAC system smelling sweet.

It’s smart to begin preparing for winter, well before the mercury drops.

Replacing most bumpers is an easy task that doesn’t require special tools.

Modifying the shifter from stock is a great way to bring back speed, precision, and style.

It’s very useful to have a rack for transporting your bicycle to a favorite biking location.

Most states test for three toxic gases: hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen.

Here’s the central question: drive it or store it?

Maintain your tires properly, and they will take care of you and your passengers.

Due diligence is critical when you buy a project car. It all starts with the intended use.

Does it mean that your car is about to die? The short answer is: no.