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Aug 14, 2019
What to Do When Your Car Stalls
A stalled car can be a serious safety problem. The vehicle could be stuck in moving traffic, raising the risk of crashes, injuries, or …
Consumer Reports
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Touring America’s Largest Street Rod Show
The Minnesota Street Rod Association calls its huge annual event in St. Paul "Back to the 50's Weekend" and it really is a time warp …
Automobile
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Americans delaying maintenance to the tune of nearly $25 billion a year
Brake pads, tire changes and oil changes rank at the top of the list of unperformed maintenance work in the U.S., according …
Auto Service World
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Enlarging Wheelwells
I've got a 1966 Tempest that I've squeezed 275 tires underneath. They look great but the wheel flares need to be expanded 3/4 inch …
Hot Rod Network
Protecting your ride from heat-wave temperatures
Recent heat waves have sent more than a few of us round the bend and hopping in a hot vehicle that's been parked in the sun all day is …
Driving
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40 Before and After Car Detailing Photos That Will Stun You
Car headlights aren't supposed to look cloudy like this. MotorWeek says that headlight cloudiness can occur over time because …
Family Handyman
How Brake Pad Wear Sensors Work And Why You Need To Replace Them
When replacing brake pads it is essential that you also replace the wear sensors too. Typically, the part that fails is the …
Import Car
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Car thieves can steal cars in under a minute with tech sold on Amazon
Today’s cars are equipped with the latest security tech—things like remote locks and even engine immobilizers—but, as a new report …
Motor Authority
Needless Knee Airbags May Cause More Harm Than Good, Study Says
With airbags, it may seem like the more the merrier — they are essential devices that have prevented tens of thousands of deaths …
Cars.com
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A Number Of New Cars Can Be Stolen In Less Than A Minute
Keyless entry systems have become increasingly common and they're an apparent boon for owners and car thieves. According to What Car …
Carscoops
Cartoon
"It doesn't matter how much you scoot around the office in your swivel chair...you can't deduct it as business travel."
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
Trivia
What car first referred to itself as a convertible?
See the answer below.
How to Tell if Your Car Seat is a Knock-Off
Car seats are very important for children's safety, but they also can cost quite a bit of money. That's why some parents find themselves …
The News Wheel
What Year Was It?
Gold Discovered in the Yukon
What Year
While salmon fishing near the Klondike River in Canada's Yukon Territory, George Carmack reportedly spots nuggets of gold in a creek bed. His lucky discovery sparks the last great gold rush in the American West.
The day was Aug 16. What year was it?
Quote of the Week
"Environmentalists have a very conflicted relationship with their cars."
Tom Arnold
Trivia Answer
What car first referred to itself as a convertible?
Answer: The 1904 Thomas Flyer, which had a removable hard top.