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Essential Accessories For Spring Clean-Up

Towels, brushes, and sponges, oh my.

There are no shortage of tools to help you make your vehicle shine. Here’s what you should know when using them.

Reasons Your Car May Encounter Issues With Electrical System

Modern vehicles rely on electrical systems for everything from charging your mobile phone to operating the brakes.

Find out how to keep your electrical system running smoothly.

Don't Let Pollen, Sap Sabotage Car Luster

Tree sap and pollen pose problems for your paint job this time of year. The solution?

One part wash, one part wax and one part elbow grease.

How to Avoid Troubles With Tread

Tires are made to do one thing--grip the road. Is your tread ready for the searing heat this summer?

Simple Checks To Keep Your Vehicle Reliable

Few items under the hood are more necessary--and underappreciated--than belts and hoses. When was the last time you had yours checked?

Basic Tips Help Save Money At The Pump

Who wouldn’t want to spend less money at the pump?

Here’s some simple fuel-saving tips and maintenance advice that can stretch out the time between fill ups.

How To Bring Some Balance To Your Life

Not only are balanced tires more comfortable to drive on, they can also save you money in the long run.

Read on to learn how and why tire balance is so important.

Eco-friendly Car Care: Waterless Washing

How can you remove the dust, pollen, tar and bug goo when you’re miles from a hose and wash bucket?

The answer lies in waterless wash products. And there’s plenty to choose from.

Shower Some Love On Older Vehicles

That older vehicle in the driveway may not look like much, but it’s been a reliable member of the family for years. The best part? That heap is paid off, and you’re no longer making monthly payments for it.

This is dedicated to those older vehicles. Give them the love they deserve this Valentine’s Day.

Awareness Campaign Details Dangers On Flooded City Roads

As little as 30 centimeters of moving water can sweep away a small vehicle. Public Safety Canada has some life-saving suggestions for all drivers encountering flooded roadways.

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