Quickly Cool the Inside of a Hot Car
English bulldog looking out passenger side car windowPhoto by Tim Gouw for Pexels. How can you quickly cool the inside of your car after it's been sitting in the hot sun all day? According to the experts at wikiHow, the solution starts with opening two windows.
Ford issues safety summons to fix potential "fire hazards" and other issues in SUVs and pickup trucks
If you own one of the Ford models listed below, you should contact your local Ford dealership as soon as possible to have this potential safety issue fixed. Caleb Oquendo/Pexels (Canva Pro license)
truck in muddy holePhoto by Janusz Walczak from Pexels. Spring has sprung, and the potholes are popping up all over the place. Potholes are an unpleasant part of spring and can result in costly damage to your vehicle and tires.
Should You Buy or Lease Your Next New Car?
Deciding whether you should lease or buy your next vehicle can be difficult. There are advantages and disadvantages to both options. So, what should you consider when making this important decision?
Ambassador Bridge Closed to Canadian-Bound Traffic Due to Protestors
traffic back up on bridgePhoto by Mikechie Esparagoza from Pexels. According to Channel 7 News/WXYZ TV/Detroit, the Ambassador Bridge is open for traffic to enter Detroit, Michigan from Windsor, Ontario, Canada. But traffic cannot travel across the bridge from Detroit into Windsor; the entry point into Canada is temporarily closed.
Which Should You Buy--a Truck or an SUV?
person driving carPhoto by Lisa Fotios from Pexels. Buying a new vehicle is a big decision. Deciding between a truck and SUV can be especially difficult. Both are larger vehicles with lots of capacity, and both vehicles can be well-equipped to deal with rugged terrain.
How Can I Help Keep My Dog Safe When Riding in the Car?
Our dogs aren't just our pets—they're also a part of our family. And because we have such a close connection with them, we often take them along with us whether we are traveling just a short distance or across the country.
Your Car Is Stuck in the Snow—What Do You Do?
SUV in snowPhoto by Alexandra Bakhareva from Pexels. You pull into a snow-filled driveway, and when you try to back out, your car won't move. Or you turn down a side street, and there is a lot more snow than you thought there was. The next thing you know, your vehicle won't go any farther—you're stuck.
Should I Use Hot or Warm Water To Melt the Ice on My Windshield?
It's winter and it never fails—you're running late for work, and, of course, your windshield is coated with ice. So, you want to remove the ice as quickly as possible, right?
How Do I Drive My Vehicle up a Hill in Icy Weather?
Driving in winter weather can be challenging, especially when you are faced with terrain that you aren't used to driving on—like a steep, icy hill. What do you do?. Well, being prepared in advance for the unexpected can make things a lot easier for you. And when you have a plan in place for handling specific situations, it can make life a lot less stressful, too.
What Should You Keep in Your Winter Vehicle Emergency Kit?
dog wearing scarfPhoto by Benjamin Lehman from Pexels. Life is easier when you plan for an emergency before it happens. That's why it makes sense to keep a winter emergency kit in your vehicle.
Should You Use 4WD When Driving on Icy Roads?
truck driving down snowy roadPhoto by Ekrulila from Pexels. Driving on snow and ice-covered roads is a skill you improve on with experience. Pretty much all drivers know that 4WD (4 wheel drive) helps your vehicle cruise through deep snow, but does 4WD help you drive on ice? Or does 4WD provide you with a false sense of security on slick pavement?
What Do You Do When Your Vehicle Starts To Skid on an Icy or Snowy Road?
Driving in winter weather can be tricky. One minute you can be driving down the road on the way to your destination, and the next minute you feel that you are losing control of your vehicle on an icy overpass or a snowy side street.
Why Does My Low Tire Pressure Indicator Light Come On When It's Cold Outside?
white car in the snowPhoto by Aleksey Kuprikov from Pexels. If you start your car in the winter and a light comes on that you don't recognize; it might be your low tire pressure light.
Can Cold Weather Turn the Chip on My Windshield Into a Crack?
woman in the snowPhoto by Kristin Vogt from Pexels. It's not unusual to be driving down the road when a stone comes out of nowhere, hits your windshield, and leaves it with a chip. You probably figure that the chip is no big deal, so you just leave it alone and go on with your life.