The number of drivers is increasing in the U.S., making it more important than ever for the general public to take steps to operate their vehicle legally and safely. Take a look at the top four things nearly every driver will need before getting behind the wheel.
Check out some of the most common myths about EVs. In most cases, what you’ll find is that the truth is nuanced, and public perceptions may still be catching up with advancements in technology.
The weather is warmer and the sun is stronger – this means you’ll likely be turning on your car’s air conditioner again after a long winter. But what happens when your system starts to lose power and you no longer feel a burst of cold air? It might be time to recharge your A/C.
It’s very likely that you’ve seen your low fuel warning light on your dash at some point or another. Unfortunately, for various cars, once the light turns on, you’re unable to read just how much is left and if you’ll be able to make it to the nearest gas station.
April showers might bring May flowers but spring weather, in general, can bring about a whole new set of problems too. Many of them hitting you where it hurts most: your wallet.
We all try to play the saving game as best as we can. However, when even the smallest of things go wrong with our cars, it’s easier to schedule time at the shop than try to fix it ourselves, costing us quite a bit of money in the process. And while many things should be left to the professionals, there are a couple of tasks that you can easily check or fix at home.
You hop in your car, ready to go, only to hear a strange clicking noise when you turn your keys in the ignition. It sounds like your battery is dead. So now what? An experienced driver likely knows how to approach the situation. But what about those who’ve never dealt with the frustration of their car not turning on?