There may be fewer ghosts, witches, and superheroes wandering along the roads this Halloween looking for candy and treats because of COVID-19 concerns, but it’s important that drivers remain vigilant and keep an eye out for costumed children darting into the road, crossing parking lots, or strolling along the streets.
Consumer Reports offers Halloween car safety tips for trick-or-treaters, parents, and drivers.
Halloween is a fun time to really go all out in the way of decorations. And the decorations don’t have to stop with your home. These creative Halloween car decorations will make Halloween a mobile holiday too!
Halloween car decorations are fun to do & a great way for show off your creative side as you are on the go. Turn your car into a spooky Halloween display
Back in the old days, it was almost a miracle to see a car with 100,000 mileage that is still on the road. Nowadays, it’s not unusual for cars to get past 300,000 miles – sometimes even up to 500,000 miles.
It all comes down to the maintenance. However, you must have a little technical know-how to keep your car in mint condition
You must have a little technical know-how to keep your car in mint condition, here are 101 car maintenance tips that can make your car last longer.
LED lights for your car Interior - luxury feel While we often focus on the practicality and safety of our beloved vehicles, sometimes it's also important for us to make them our own. And when it's an aspect that gives our cars a more fun feel, we have to ask “heck, why not?”
These lighting systems are a fun, easy way to customize your car's interior
Few industries have had a more transformative impact on society than the automobile industry.
Since it first challenged the horse for transportation supremacy in the late 19th century, the automobile has been a source of fascination, as well as a springboard for innovation and ambition.
Stacker compiled a list of 50 fascinating facts about the automotive industry using industry resources, government data, news outlets, and car company websites.
The kids are back in school, the leaves are starting to change colors and there's a chill in the air - it's official, fall is here! From frosty mornings to shorter days, the changing seasons can bring new driving challenges.
From falling leaves to shorter days, fall brings a new set of driving challenges. Make sure you are ready with these helpful tips.
Labor Day weekend is one of the busiest weekends on the road, so planning ahead and being well prepared are essential to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip. To make the most of Labor Day, it pays to know a few things in advance to avoid being stuck on the road on your way back home from a great holiday weekend.
Labor Day weekend is one of the busiest weekends on the road, so planning ahead and being well prepared are essential to ensure a safe and enjoyable trip. To make the most of Labor Day, it pays to know a few things in advance to avoid being stuck on the road on your way back home from a great holida...
School days bring congestion: School buses are picking up their passengers, kids on bikes are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, harried parents are trying to drop their kids off before work. It's never more important for drivers to slow down and pay attention than when kids are present – especially before and after school.
School days bring congestion: School buses are picking up their passengers, kids on bikes are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, harried parents are trying to drop their kids off before work. It's never more important for drivers to slow down and pay attention than when kids are presen...
Cars have presented us with some very unexpected inventions over the years. Unlike other sectors, the auto industry doesn’t frequently create technology that easily translates to other applications. On the contrary, that vast majority of innovations that have occurred in cars since their popularization have only been possible because of inventions from other industries.
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Summer of 2021 proves even the oldest of vehicles are still valuable. Cars with over 100,000 miles are worth more than their owners may think.
You may not think that summer weather can have much of an impact on your car’s overall health and performance, but the heat can be just as taxing as the cold. Fortunately, there’s a simple way to give your car an advantage: routine inspections.
Safe driving starts with a car that performs well. Check out these tips for car maintenance.
When you buy a vehicle, whether it’s new or used, you have the responsibility of keeping it running strong for as long as you own the car. If you don’t perform regular maintenance, you risk causing damage to some of your vehicle’s parts. You can replace them, but some will cost you more than you want to pay, namely your car’s engine.
Everyone knows you're supposed to change their car's oil, but it's also something that you can easily forget. So what happens if you do?
Having a car seat isn’t enough. Proper installation is part of making car seats effective protection. Know the basics of car seat safety and look for regular updates, especially when thinking of using older child safety seats.
Know the basics of car seat safety and look for regular updates, especially when thinking of using older child safety seats.
If you or another driver fails to yield the right of way, you risk colliding with each other, cyclists, or pedestrians. Here are some tips for understanding who has the right of way in several common driving circumstances.
Driving often leads to encountering different scenarios when approaching intersections. Here are some ways to help determine who has the right of way.”>:
Maybe you’ve noticed steam rising from under the hood. Perhaps the temperature gauge on your dashboard is showing an “H” reading in the red or the heat sensor is on. If so, you may want to take a closer look at the cooling system before expensive repairs are necessary.
If you see steam rising from your hood or if your temperature gauge is in the red, you should take a look at your cooling system!
Taking a road trip this Memorial Day weekend? Expect a lot of company out there on the highway. AAA Travel has released their annual forecast for Memorial Day weekend traffic, and they are predicting a “significant rebound in the number of Americans planning to travel” for the long weekend.
These are the best and worst times for traffic on Memorial Day weekend.
Many people are now sheltering at home and have been for weeks, which often means that their cars are sitting idle in a garage or on the street. While this can be a big money-saver when it comes to gas, not moving your car for weeks or months at a time can cause serious damage to your vehicle.
If it’s been a while since you’ve moved your car, you might be faced with these expenses when it’s time to hit the road again.
Trying to definitively decide what is the most beautiful car of all time is one of the great impossibles of the automotive industry. Aesthetics are the most subjective aspect about a car, because they're the one thing anyone can form a valid opinion on without the need to drive the car..
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In April, as winter comes to an end, it is time to get your car ready for spring driving and summer road trips!
The Car Care Council supports two months each year to bring attention to the importance of car care and preventative maintenance. These months are National Car Care Month in April and Fall Car Care Month in October. April is National Car Care Month, and October is Fall Car Care Month! Why April? In....
Taking a road trip? Here’s 20 fun questions, trivia, and conversation starters to make fun new memories with your travel pals instead of scrolling our phones. Have fun with these!
Taking a road trip? Here’s 20 fun questions, trivia, and conversation starters to make fun new memories with your travel pals instead of scrolling our phones. Have fun with these! 20 Fun Road Trip Questions, Trivia, & Conversation Starters
Whenever and wherever you drive, it’s important to keep these top safety tips in mind so you can contribute to safer roadways for you and other drivers.
Driving is not without its risks as any driver is well aware. However, these risks can be minimized with attention to safety. Whenever and wherever you drive, it's important to keep these top safety tips in mind so you can contribute to safer roadways for you and other drivers. By practicin ...
We talk about it, fight over it, and wage online wars discussing how it stacks up from supercar to supercar, but do you actually know what horsepower is? Most think it’s what propels your car down the road, but that’s only fractionally correct.
Learn what is horsepower, and does it matter when considering buying a car. Read more on our guide prepared by our team of experts.
I once read that when a car enthusiast explains their love of cars to a “normal” person, it sounds the same as someone who really loved washing machines explaining their passion. If you envision someone going on about the perfect vintage Maytag, it does seem a touch tedious.
But that’s not really fair, is it? A washing machine doesn’t harness the power of explosions to take you to triple digit speeds.
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