In a Flood Zone? Check The Vehicle for Flood Damage

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November 9th, 2018

Hundreds of thousands of cars were damaged by flooding caused by both Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey, and many of them are expected to be sold on the used car market, placing future buyers at a significant safety risk. Immersion ...read more

What are the benefits of on-site car maintenance

Carcare tips

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October 30th, 2018

When you need a reliable car maintenance service what are the main factors that you consider? Surely, there are a number of things you can take into account, including the reputation of the car care service company, their experience, and ...read more

5 Essential Car Maintenance Tips

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October 19th, 2018

Owning a car has a lot of benefits, but on the other hand, for vehicle owner it is important to carry out regular maintenance on the vehicle. Without proper maintenance, your vehicle will face more serious problems in the future ...read more

How a waterless car wash works?

Waterless car wash

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October 5th, 2018

Have you heard about waterless car wash? Are you interested in it? But you don’t know how it works? In this article, we will cover the basics of a waterless car wash and how you can wash your car with ...read more

Winter Tires vs. All-Season Tires

Winter Tires vs. All-Season Tires

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September 28th, 2018

Many drivers wonder weather they need winter tires if they have all season tires on their car? At first we should understand what is the main difference between winter tires and all season tires. Every driver's needs are different depending ...read more

What Happens When You Skip Oil Changes?

Winter Tires vs. All-Season Tires

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September 20th, 2018

One of the main elements of your car’s engine is oil. This vital liquid plays a key part in keeping your engine running by lubricating metal parts, such as the pistons, to prevent premature wear. But most motor oil isn’t designed ...read more

5 Ways to Prepare Your Car for Winter Weather

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September 11th, 2018

“Canadians are fond of a good disaster, especially if it has ice, water, or snow in it. You thought the national flag was about a leaf, didn’t you? Look harder. It’s where someone got axed in the snow.” - Margaret ...read more

FTC Approves Final Consent Order Against BMW of North America

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January 18th, 2016

Following a public comment period, the Federal Trade Commission has approved a final consent order against BMW of North America LLC, whose Mini division allegedly violated the Magnumson-Moss Warranty Act by telling consumers BMW would void their warranty unless they ...read more

How Often Should You Change Your Cabin Air Filter?

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December 22nd, 2015

The cabin air filter, a feature found on most late-model vehicles, cleans the air that comes into the interior through the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. It catches dust, pollen and other airborne material that can make riding in ...read more

Are Winter Tires Necessarily

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November 28th, 2015

Throughout the years, one of the questions I am repeatedly asked is “Are winter tires really necessary?”. The short answer is...”no”.  The long answer is, “that depends on how fun and exciting you think it is to be stuck in ...read more

What Are The Oil Grading Types?

Engine Oil Grading

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November 26th, 2015

Premium Conventional Oil: This is the standard new-car oil. All leading brands have one for service level SL, available in several viscosities. The carmakers usually specify a 5W-20 or 5W-30 oil, particularly for lower temperatures, with a 10W-30 oil as ...read more

5 Clever Car Tricks for Winter – Part 4

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October 20th, 2015

Fog-Proofing Your Windshield Put shaving cream on the inside of your windows and then wipe it off. Shaving cream has a lot of the same ingredients that commercial defoggers have, and it leaves a layer on the window to keep the fog off. Fill a ...read more