Take Caution with Rearview Cameras

Rearview cameras make life a lot easier when you’re behind the wheel. This view covers the massive blind spot that most vehicles have when operating in reverse. Federal law in the United States requires all new cars, trucks, and other vehicles weighing less than five tons to come equipped with this technology.

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Why Do Cars Have Gas Tanks on Different Sides?

Have you noticed that some cars have fuel tanks on the driver’s side, while others take the opposite approach? Let’s explore why some cars have gas tanks on different sides.

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What It Means to Have Uneven Tire Wear

The tread on your tires should wear down evenly if your car is correctly aligned, and you drive with the proper PSI for your make and model. When you experience uneven tire wear, then the unevenness is due to a specific cause. Spotting this issue early can help you to correct a potentially costly problem....

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The Difference Between Diesel and Gasoline Engines

The majority of passenger vehicles driven in the United States use a gasoline-powered engine. If you’re thinking about going to diesel or ever wondered the difference between the two, here is some of the information that you’ll want to know.