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Make your brakes work better
What's the first thing you should do when you buy a brand-new car? Why, break it in, of course. It's not unlike gradually wearing in a stiff pair of leather shoes until they're nice and comfy. With a
You’ll need to read it at some point
Do you know where your car's vehicle identification number-or VIN as it's more commonly referred to-is located? For your sake, we hope the answer is yes because you're going to need to refer to it at one
Just in time for the rainy season
If you're the type of driver who prefers a spotless view from behind the wheel, then you probably switch on those wipers the moment a few small drops of rain hit your windshield. There's also a good chance that you
A simple but important thing
In the human body, blood works to transport oxygen and nutrients to your cells and tissues, remove waste materials from your body, and protect you against harmful infection and foreign bodies. Engine oil works the same way in cars. It lubricates all
We’ve been there, too
Steering wheels have a locking feature to prevent the front wheels from changing direction when no key is inserted into the ignition. It aids in preventing theft. Unlocking the steering wheel might be a problem for some drivers, especially newbies who aren'
And the reasons why you should
The parts of a car, by nature, are perishable. Sure, your car itself can last for decades if you take care of it properly, but you need to be diligent about replacing all the necessary parts to keep it running. This includes
Because they just look terrible
Hazy, cloudy, oxidized, yellowing headlights bother me. They make a car look so bad and uncared for. They can even affect the resale value of your entire car. In this article, I'll give you information on how to restore headlights, and
Find out when to re-tire that rubber
You never hear people brag about the tires on their cars unless these owners are hardcore enthusiasts. There are often discussions about aftermarket wheels, but very few about the rubber they're shod with. And we really should change that.We want
Avoid an accident by following these steps
Batteries are a great source of electricity for many gadgets and devices, but they're very much a finite source of energy. Even if they're rechargeable (like the batteries in our cellphones and laptops), with enough use they'll eventually break
It’s a relatively simple task
When it comes to safety, a car's tires are arguably one of its most important components. These pieces of rubber are, after all, are a big part of what's keeping you and your speeding 1,000kg subcompact sedan firmly planted
It’ll make your life easier
Parking can present a challenge for many newbie drivers. Sure, it's a lot slower compared to driving at 60kph on a stretch of road. But with the added pressures of tight spaces, other cars in close proximity, and the possibility of
Take note of these symptoms
My first experience with a bad clutch, funnily enough, was when I purchased my first car. It was a first-generation Mazda 3, six years old with nearly 100,000km on the odometer. I inspected the car while accompanied by a mechanic
Better safe than sloppy
There are some people-even those who already have years of driving experience under their belts- who simply have a hard time parking, and there are others who have been able to master the art of getting a vehicle properly and accurately
Keep these in mind
There's a good reason many motorists are willing to shell out a premium-sometimes up to hundreds of hard-earned pesos a day-at a parking lot: In most occasions, it's safer and simply more convenient than leaving your car
Desperate times call for desperate measures
Siphoning fuel is the act of manually (or orally, rather) emptying the contents of your car's fuel tank using your mouth, a plastic tube, and the power of suction and gravity.Before you guys get any ideas, we're discussing this
Experience is the best driving instructor
Okay hotshot, so you finally have a driver's license. You've been assessed by the concerned transportation agencies and have been fit to operate a motor vehicle.Let's get one thing straight though: That neat little plastic card you've
All you need to know about this model, plus how to keep it running strong
Traditionally, a lower-spec variant sacrifices the range-topper's bells and whistles. But with the 1.2-liter Suzuki Swift, that isn't necessarily the case.If you're the type looking for a daily driver that's easy to park,
All you need to know about this model, plus how to keep it running strong
Twenty years after its debut, the Mitsubishi Adventure has bowed out, having sold over 100,000 units in this country. An impressive feat for a truck that has gone on basically unchanged since the turn of the century. Its retirement has been
All you need to know about this model, plus how to keep it running strong
For the past few years, Honda's rash of crossovers and MPVs is bringing new customers through the doors in droves. The Asian-market BR-V, in particular, presents a unique attack on the subcompact-crossover market.At first blush, the BR-
All you need to know about this model, plus how to keep it running strong
The Honda Civic is an interesting study in model evolution. From its student-car beginnings, it slowly shed its street-racer roots and morphed into a plush sedan for the general populace. The 9th generation of the Civic, the car that gave
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