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“I’m looking to get a new used car; I want something safe, though I have a budget of $20,000.

Every driver should have some familiarity with auto parts.

When in the market to buy a new or used car, the vast array of brands and models from which to choose can make the process confusing.

When sitting behind the wheel of a car, there are two things that most drivers want: to reach their destination, and to do so as safely as possible.

Congratulations, you have a baby on the way! It’s an exciting time in your life -- once you’ve gotten over the panic of being responsible for a little life, that is.

Every car has its own quirks or drawbacks, whether it’s a sun visor that squeaks or an errant rattle.

In all major life events, we often consider age as the prime factor in determining readiness – from when a child is ready to start school to when they can obtain a driver’s license, and everything beyond and between.

Car seats, like every other aspect of parenthood, can be a costly necessity, especially for something that is guaranteed to be used for only a few years at best.

If you spend enough time studying crash test data, or walking up and down store aisles looking for the perfect car seat, you’ll discover that after a while they all look alike.

“We’re having a baby” - four words that will forever change the lives of expectant couples.

Walk into any big box baby store you’ll find a dizzying array of stuff you never imagined that you’d need.

Preparing for a new member of your family is a daunting enough task.

Your car’s sun visors provide you with protection from the sun’s glare while you’re driving.

While your car came from the automaker with a sun visor that protects your eyes from the glare of the sun when you’re behind the wheel or sitting in the front passenger seat, rear passengers, unless you are in a luxury vehicle or have tinted windows, often will have no such protection.

The neutral safety switch is a safety device that only allows you to start your engine when the automatic transmission is in either Park or Neutral.

The horn is one of the most familiar and audibly recognizable components found on virtually all road going vehicles.

Driving with a slow leak in your tire is potentially dangerous because it can cause a flat tire.

The transmission converts the power from the engine into motion so the vehicle can move.

When your Reduced Power Light comes on, that is your vehicle’s way of telling you that there is a problem, either within the charging system, or within the battery itself.

You have almost certainly heard that the best place for you to be in a lightning storm is in your car, but is that really true? Not necessarily.

When your Oil Pressure Light comes on, you can bet that there is a reason.

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