Just as exercise, rest, eating well and annual check-ups are key to staying healthy, preventative maintenance on your car will keep it on the road and out of the garage – which in turn will save you money. Here are 7 tips to keep your car in top shape.
Cars are expensive! They need to be purchased or leased, insured, repaired, and serviced. We'll go over some places where car owners commonly overspend, helping you keep your car in good condition for less.
There's no doubt that owning a car will cost you money, but when it comes time to take your car in for repairs, you can save by asking the right questions and shopping around for the best service and price.
Thousands of kilometres on the road wear down your car's parts. A proper maintenance schedule can help you avoid costly repairs and inconvenient breakdowns. Here are 13 things you should regularly check.
There are several reasons to wash your engine at least every year or two. You'll be more apt to tackle routine belt and hose checks if you know you won't get covered with grime, and it will be easier to spot leaks and to service components.
Today's cars are durable and relatively trouble-free, so it's easy to forget that they still need regular maintenance. Paying regular attention to the parts under the hood will ensure that your car hums along the highway for hundreds of thousands of
Pay attention to coolants, power steering fluid and transmission fluid and your car will run better, for longer. Just like the doctor will tell you to watch your fluids, a good mechanic should say the same about your car. Here are six useful tips.