Most people, or as I call them "casual drivers," are not really interested in their car's air intake. This makes sense, since most people are just interested in making sure their car gets from Point A to Point B without dying.
Diagnostics... Where to start?... as it is constantly evolving. Let's start where most people unfortunately start: the dreaded check engine light that sometimes comes with notable symptoms in vehicle performance (or lack there of). Nobody likes seeing that light. Why would you?
Back when gas was cheap and we thought it'd last forever, it's not hard to see why some of these fuel guzzling, environmental disasters were made. Nowadays, if you don't have decent miles per gallon you're throwing money down a hole, and most people who are reasonable people see it that way.
Most people who look up car mods tend to want to avoid the car mods that are cop magnets or overly expensive. For most car fans, affordable but stylish modifications that add to function are the best bet—and that's precisely why aftermarket wheels are so popular.
If you’re the lucky owner of a convertible or of a classic car—or simply someone who needs to store their car for winter—then you’re probably stressed out every time it gets cold outside. You love driving, but if you own a car that is basically impossible to drive during those cold winter months, then you have to spend some time making sure you store it in perfect conditions. Here are some tips that will help you prepare your car for winter:
I have an hour-long commute, and lately, I've been noticing some issues with my car. I've been noticing the need to replace air filters more frequently, the need for higher oil changes, and much, much more. Wear and tear, as it's commonly called, does pack a powerful punch, when it comes to maintenance costs.
The popularity of the electric car is great than ever. Who would have thought that an entirely electrical car would be a practical option for the everyday commute? Most manufacturers are coming out with rival options for the growing desires of the consumer.
The 2017 season has been a far better one than previous years in terms of exciting racing, with the field becoming closer together in terms of performance. We have certainly seen a decline in the number of races in which Mercedes just drive off in to the distance as we saw so often before.