What Is the Difference Between Regular and Premium Gas?
Auto experts talk about the differences between regular and premium gasoline and whether premium gasoline is worth the extra cost at the pump.
How to Clean Your Car Headlights
How to Clean Your Car Headlights. It doesn't matter how fast your car is, you can only drive as fast as you can see down the road ahead of you. When the plastic lenses on your headlights get hazy and oxidized, they disperse the light and reduce your visibility. Here’s how to clean them.*For more car cleaning ideas, see [Homemade Auto...
How to Maintain Your Tires
In this video series, John Nielsen, director of AAAs Approved Auto Repair Network and Auto Buying Services, demonstrates the basics of how to buy and maintai...
10 Cars That Can Run For Over 250,000 Miles
While just about any car these days can clock a quarter million miles if an owner throws enough money at it in terms of ongoing repairs and upkeep – some models tend to be more enjoyable to own and hold together better over the long haul than others. To determine which would be the most likely ne
The Right Way to Tow a Trailer
Don't confuse towing a trailer with driving a car—they only look the same. If you're preparing to haul a trailer, it's time to brush up on the basics.
Automotive Service Center Franchises
At Auto-Lab, we provide a professional approach to today's automotive technology and are the perfect brand for your Auto Repair Franchise Opportunity. Our company is growing and we are excited to be opening new locations in different regions all over the country.
Auto Repairs : What does my auto repair shop need to know?
Auto Repairs: 2 simple tips will get you the appropriate auto repairs that are necessary, saving you time, money, and frustration.
Avoid Frequent Brake Repair With These Life-Extending Tips
Your brakes work hard every day to keep you safe, so it wouldn't hurt to show them a little TLC in return. Careless driving and a lack of auto maintenance will inevitably
Learn the Major Structural Aspects of Automative Wheel Anatomy
Wheel Anatomy 101: Structure. Review the major structural aspects of automotive wheels, focusing on the outboard, or structural face of the wheel.
Why More Drivers Should Brake With Their Left Foot
Braking with your left foot has been a contentious subject ever since the birth of automatic transmissions. If you have just two pedals in your car, and presumably two feet to operate them, then why would you not use one for each?