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Collisions are a traumatic experience for everybody involved. Every modern vehicle has airbags installed. They’re one of the most important safety features in your car and could save your life. When your crash sensors detect an incident, the airbags burst out and absorb the impact.  However, what do you do …

Dish soap is an abrasive soap. They’re great at cutting through grease and removing food from surfaces. But can you use it on your car? The answer is no.  Dish soaps contain too many toxic and corrosive chemicals in their formulas. Over time these will eat through the protective wax …

In the good old days, you could hit your car with a lump hammer, and it would splutter into life. However, modern cars have very complex electronic systems. It’s easy to damage them if you don’t treat them right. Technicians even plug the vehicle into a computer to run diagnostics …

The desire to keep your vehicle’s shine is more common than you may think. One of the first questions people ask themselves after buying a car is ‘how often should I wax my car.’ Since wax doesn’t last very long, the shortest answer is, you will have to do it …

You may think pumping gas into a running car is a harmless act. It doesn’t take long and the gasoline isn’t leaking everywhere, so what is the issue? This article will explain what can happen in this situation and if it is even legal. Let’s take a look at why …

There are a lot of myths and legends about changing your car’s transmission fluid. But talk to any mechanic and ask the question ‘can changing transmission fluid be bad,’ and they’ll laugh at how absurd it is. This is because there is no basis for the urban legend. It causes …

It is important to know what type of tires your vehicle is fitted with. This is helpful to know should you ever need to change or repair them. Run-flat tires have a whole host of benefits and have become increasingly popular over the years, but what happens when it comes …

The check engine light is a very useful feature because it keeps you on your feet. You’re informed as soon as there is a problem and can react immediately. This often protects your car from long term damage.  However, sometimes the check engine light turns off by itself without you …