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How to change your headlight bulb after it goes out

When your headlight bulb goes out it can cause more than one problem. Not only can it impede your vision at night, but you can also be pulled over by a police officer. To prevent a possible fine, you’ll need to change your light bulb as soon as possible. Today, we will be teaching you how to change your headlight bulb after it goes out. Keep reading to learn how to do this simple task. Read the rest of this entry >>

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How to Decide if a Hatchback is Right for You

Pros and Cons of Driving a Hatchback

Because of their practicality, many car shoppers find themselves browsing for a high-quality hatchback. But before committing to your purchase, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons of driving a hatchback to make sure it’s the right choice for you. Below, we’ve listed all the advantages and disadvantages of purchasing a hatchback over other vehicle styles. Read the rest of this entry >>

Emergency Items You Should Keep in Your Vehicle

How to Make a Vehicle Roadside Emergency Kit

From engine overheating to a problematic battery, even the most cautious of drivers will eventually run into trouble on the road. That’s why experienced drivers recommend traveling with a full kit of emergency gear. If you’re interested in how to make a vehicle roadside emergency kit, read on. We’ve listed all the important items drivers should have on hand in case of an emergency.  Read the rest of this entry >>

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What is making my used car shake when I brake?

Imagine this: You’re driving home from a long day at the office, and at your first stoplight when you hit the brakes, your car shakes like it’s dancing to an ‘80s throwback playlist. “Braking and shaking” is about the last thing you want while driving. Something is clearly not right, and we have some answers for you if you’re sitting at that stoplight asking, “What is making my used car shake when I brake?” Read the rest of this entry >>