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Whether we work on our own cars or have other people work on it, here are 10 examples of what we could be doing wrong. 1) Underinflating Tires We underinflate our tires more often than we overinflate them and that can be dangerous. The Ford Explorer-Firestone tire fiasco that claimed 250 lives and injured […]
Much like life itself, in driving, there are things that are simply beyond our control. The up-and-down cycle of oil prices is one of them. As a finite source, oil is a remarkable commodity, determining economies, and even the very history of human society. But as the human population increases and society expands and […]
DRIVERS need to be properly rested before setting off on long journeys, said UK breakdown and road safety organization GEM Motoring Assist. The group issued the warning in time for summer, a season during which families make plans for road trips several hundred kilometers’ long. According to GEM, tired drivers are at a higher risk […]
With Inquirer celebrating 33 years since its inception, we look at some of the most recent technical innovations in the motoring world that have made cars safer, and of course perform better. 1. The Airbag (multiple airbags, multi-stage airbags) The airbag has helped save lives as a supplemental restraint system, helping occupants avoid […]
The New Year 2018 is upon us, and with it a clean slate, hope for a fresh start and lots of great potential. As we make resolutions to live a better life, right wrongs or simply abandon bad habits, we should also make resolutions with driving and how we treat our cars.
The long holidays are just around the corner. Are you planning on a roadtrip with family and friends soon? Finally, you are getting away to relax and unwind, but you also want to make sure that your car’s every move does not guzzle up so much fuel, like a sprinter chugging down water after a […]
One of 2017’s biggest automotive surprises is the Mahinda Xylo E8. Bear with me and please don’t think this article to be lip service to appease a manufacturer.
As automotive technologies evolve towards smaller, albeit more powerful internal combustion engines, the fuel that powers them needs to level up.
Mother’s Day may be observed just once a year, but a mom’s work is a daily thing that’s never done. You can’t blame a multitasking mom for occasionally forgetting her car’s maintenance schedules. And now that schooldays are fast approaching, a mother’s focus now shifts to her kids’ school needs, so there goes her attention to her car’s needs again.
We’ll let you in on a not-so-secret fact: moms love cars, too. She may not be so much into torque and alloy wheels, but she knows a good car when she sees and rides one.