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Tips/Advice

Tips/Advice


How to Make Your Car Last Forever … Or At Least, For As Long...

There's no reason why you shouldn't be able to get at least 15 years and 200,000 trouble-free miles out of a new car today - putting off the day when...

Some More DIY Don’t Do’s… Learned the Hard Way

Maybe you are thinking about doing some of the upkeep your car needs yourself. It's a great way to save some money - and can be very satisfying, too. But it's...

Pay it Down

You've probably heard about "paying it forward" and of course, we all know about paying it back. But what about paying it down? Debt, I mean. Sit in traffic and look around....

Car Cliffs Notes

I always read the owner's manuals that come with the new cars I test-drive and review. They've morphed from pamphlets to Moby Dick-esque semi-novels over the past 20 years or so. And...

Odds and Ends

Ever wonder why muscle cars - and RWD performance cars generally - suck in the snow? It's not the rear-wheel-drive so much that leaves you spinning your wheels. It's the tires. They're wide...

When is it Not Worth Fixing?

Machines fail. Cars are machines. Eventually, they fail - or put more precisely, their systems eventually begin to wear out. Stuff starts to go wrong. Then, it starts to go wrong...

The Car (and Bike) “Notebook”

If you're someone who collects old cars (or bikes) you probably spend most of your free time fiddling with them, thinking of ways to make them look (or run) better -...

A Better Way To Save Gas … ?

There's an easy, uncomplicated - and entirely voluntary - way we could cut our gas consumption by a third our more, without federal fuel efficiency dictates or pocket-picking gas tax hikes. All...

Waterloo for the Radar Detector?

I love my V1 radar detector. It has without doubt saved me thousands that would otherwise been mulcted out of my hide by radar-trapping cops - and it has made driving...

Cat Con Snatching

When they first appeared in the mid-'70s, gearheads in search of more power wanted to get rid of catalytic converters and often replaced them with sections of straight-through tubing - the...
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