Sorted by Archive: July, 2018 ( 4 post/s)

  • How Does Your Car's Exhaust System Work?

    Thursday 26 July 2018

    When your car is running, there are thousands of small explosions inside your engine every minute. Each one produces power by pushing against the engine’s pistons. But the explosions also produce leftover gases. They’re made up of potentially dangerous chemicals such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides. These gases need to be routed away from the engine compartment so they don’t get into the cabin, and then into your lungs. That’s the basi... read more

  • 1935 Duesenberg SSJ Owned by Gary Cooper Could Sell for Over $10 Million

    Wednesday 18 July 2018

    The Pebble Beach auctions bring the out some of the best and rarest cars in the world, and this 1935 Duesenberg SSJ certainly fits both of those descriptors. The car was one of only two of its kind built by the Indiana car company, and both went to some of the greatest movie stars of the era. One went to Clark Gable, and this one went to Gary Cooper. There are a number of features that distinguish the SSJ from other ... read more

  • Check Vehicle A/C and Stay Cool on the Road

    Wednesday 11 July 2018

    Imagine being stuck in traffic on a 90-degree day when your vehicle’s air conditioning system malfunctions. With summer heating up, the non-profit Car Care Council recommends that motorists be car care aware and have their A/C system checked to make sure it is working properly. “As the weather turns warmer, the last thing anyone wants to be is hot under the collar in their vehicle when they are driving to work or on a family vacation,” said Rich White, executive director, Car... read more

  • When Should I Rotate My Tires?

    Tuesday 03 July 2018

    Have you gotten around to rotating your tires lately? If not, we’re here to explain why it should be a top priority. Your tires play a vital role in keeping you safe on the road. Much of today’s advanced safety technology relies on your tires to be effective. Think of it like this: If you’re trying to change lanes on the highway, and you’re alerted to a vehicle in your blind spot, you may have to quickly pull back into your own lane. You’ll want your tires to be at... read more

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