When the spring cleaning bug hits, don’t neglect your car in favor of the closets. After a hard winter of dealing with road grime, traction sand, and salts, your car is in need of a good hand washing and a thorough inspection.
New insurance products, like pay-as-you-drive policies, are an excellent option to save money on coverage for a second car that rarely leaves the garage.
Many people make the mistake of letting dirt and road grime sit on their cars during the winter months only to find corrosive damage under all the gunk when the spring thaw arrives.
In order to safely drive a fully loaded SUV or minivan, pay attention to load distribution and tire pressure in order to maintain steering and handling capabilities at optimum levels.
The 50 percent failure rate of child safety restraints in automobiles could be dramatically lowered if a federal rating system were in place for these devices, according to leading safety experts.
Toyota’s public relations nightmare over unintended acceleration in key models has pushed awareness of enhanced brake technology to the forefront of auto-related discussions in the Obama administration. Regulators are considering