CAR CARE NEWS :: AUGUST 2016
A major enforcement campaign to reduce drunk drivers kicks off in mid-August with law enforcement agencies across the country.
Patience, attention to detail and the right equipment make that showroom shine possible.
While we can’t help you with the first two, our experts can guide you toward smart purchases.
The Sienna minivan is designed with safety and parents in mind. Four LATCH locations peppered throughout the cabin create a variety of spots to secure a child safety seat.
Drivers can communicate over speakr to rear passengers, and the Siena
Vehicles serve as our personal shuttles, a mobile office, and (in some cases) a dining room on wheels.
Bringing some organizing tools into your cabin works wonders when it comes to clearing the clutter and maintaining order.
Back to school means the return of safety zones, busses, crossing guards, and morning gridlock. Here's what you need to know as summer winds to a close and school gets back in session.
Modern cars contain safety features a driver might not even know exists--much less use effectively.
Safe driving advocates began www.MyCarDoesWhat.org to help sort out everything packed in that mobile supercomputer.
What’s inside matters, especially when we’re talking about school backpacks.
School is almost back in session--making now the time to teach your child some organization skills ahead of the upcoming semester.
Your brakes endure stifling heat all summer long. Reward them--and protect yourself--with a brake inspection to assess how well everything held up.
There’s a reason Highways 1 and 101 from California to Washington attract drivers from all over the globe.
Simply put, this long and winding road leaves travelers awestruck--1,400 miles of windswept vistas and foaming ocean.
Summer heat can be deadly for car batteries--especially when under the strain of your vehicle's air conditioning system and electronic gadgetry.
Here's how to tell if your battery can handle the challenge or if it's time for a replacement.