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Does Using Premium Gasoline Really Save You Money?

Published 11:00 AM, Sat May 19, 2018


  Buying gas is one of life’s small conundrums. Most of us have little idea what those numbers on the pump mean, so we usually just pick one that seems to correlate best to our stage in life. When we’re starving students, we go for the less expensive 87 octane. If we drive a nice […]


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Can You Use Dish Soap To Wash A Car?

Published 09:00 AM, Sat May 5, 2018


  What Soap is Safe for Cars?   While most people are careful with regular maintenance and tune-ups, car washing can sometimes be overlooked. Weekly homemade car washes can not only make your vehicle look better, but they can also make your vehicle last longer. However, there is a right way to wash your car […]


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How Often Should You Wash Your Car?

Published 07:00 AM, Fri December 29, 2017


  There are a couple of ways to keep your car clean—either paying for an automated car wash service or simply grabbing a bucket and sponge and tackling it yourself. However you do it, car washing is important—and not just for the obvious aesthetic reasons.   Why Having a Clean Car Matters   Your vehicle […]


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What Transmission Do I Have?

Published 07:00 AM, Fri December 1, 2017


  Your vehicle’s transmission is the most complicated system in the entire car—and arguably the most important. As such, if you ever need to have repairs made or a rebuilt, you’ll need to know exactly which type your vehicle uses. We don’t just mean manual versus automatic. Hopefully, you know the answer to that one! […]


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How Does a Radiator Work?

Published 07:00 AM, Fri November 24, 2017


  The radiator is one of the most misunderstood automotive components. This may be because a car radiator works so differently from a home radiator. The one in your home works essentially to warm up the immediate surroundings—but the one in your car does something a little different.   Your Engine Cooling System   It’s […]


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