When life spins out of control and you are overwhelmed with debt and bills, bailing out and reducing your living costs may be the only chance you have. Here is my story.
A review of the 2014 Chevrolet Volt from an owner's point of view. Styling, comfort, operation and operating costs are all reviewed.
There are common reasons for knocking noises in your car when driving over bumps, large and small. I will cover the five most common ones we see every day and explain how to check the components' integrity and condition.
Powershift automatic transmissions are growing in popularity, but they can be a pain to diagnose when they go wrong. Read on for some of the more common faults.
There are two ways to make money from selling classic cars. One is to buy and keep it for years hoping that the price increases, the other is to buy for a low price and flip it for a quick profit.
Though old news, 6-speed DSG transmissions are still on the road in many vehicles. So let's look at some of the more common problems you might encounter with yours.
Are you a pickup truck enthusiast? Whether you've got a Chevy Silverado, a classic 1966 Ford F-100, or a Dodge Ram, there's a badass, original classic-cool-creative name for you here in the list.
You don't need a lot of money to start selling classic cars, you just need to buy the first car at a good price and then do it again. Buy. Sell. Repeat.
No Diagnostic Trouble Codes to help? Learn what potentially failed components or systems are causing engine performance problems.
If you smell gas inside your car, your first guess might be that there's a fuel leak, but here are five other very common reasons you might smell fuel.
Grinding noises in a car's braking system is a sure sign something has failed or broken and needs immediate attention. Get the noise checked out as soon as possible before driving, the problem could put you in danger.
Diagnose alternator and charging system problems with this practical guide to get your car back on the road faster.
Is automobile coolant universal? NO. Although every vehicle has coolant, not every vehicle uses the same type, and they are not interchangeable. Coolant can be very hard to identify unless you know exactly what type your vehicle takes. Expand your knowledge and safety.