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How to Charge a Car Battery

Published 07:00 AM, Tue August 21, 2018


  Charging a dead car battery is more than simply hooking up a charger if you want to do this job safely. You should know which terminal to remove first if you have to remove the battery, which terminal to hook up first on the charger, how long to charge a dead car battery and […]


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The History of Anti-Lock Brakes

Published 02:45 PM, Mon August 20, 2018


  It’s easy to take anti-lock braking systems for granted. After all, ABS technology is a standard safety feature on most new cars and trucks. But there was a time before ABS—and in fact, the evolution of ABS technology has been fairly long and involved. It took a lot of work before anti-lock brakes became […]


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How To Jump Start A Car Battery The Right Way

Published 08:00 AM, Mon August 20, 2018


Car Battery Dead?   It has probably happened to you before.You go to turn your ignition, and nothing happens. Maybe you hear a few clicks. Another dead car battery? You need to fix this and get your vehicle back on the road – fast. If you are prepared, you already have a good set of […]


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What Can Custom Car Exhaust Systems Do for Your Vehicle?

Published 07:00 AM, Thu July 26, 2018


  Even when a vehicle is well-made by the manufacturer, there may still be room for some improvements. This is especially true when it comes to horsepower and torque. Your vehicle’s manufacturer may have done a great job creating a safe and functional vehicle, but that doesn’t necessarily mean full optimization of the exhaust system. […]


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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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