Sometimes there's just not enough time to complete a full wash on your car. Find out how to get "close enough" in just 5 minutes.
Summer is the perfect time to take a road trip or visit friends and relatives who live far away. Your car is a gateway to visiting the big city, going on a fishing trip, taking a hike in the woods or just barbecuing at the lake. Before leaving for a trip, you should ensure that your vehicle is in proper working condition. After all, nothing ruins a warm sunny day like getting stranded on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck. Follow these five easy steps to make sure your summer road trip
Nissan is testing a nano-paint coating that could make the car wash a very infrequent place to visit.
A trip to the neighborhood car wash also presents car owners with choices: the basic wash; the better wash with "a special paint sealer" or some-such thing; and finally the pristine treatment with "rust inhibitor". Which do you choose? Do these extra offerings have any validity?
Summer is upon us. The kids are off. If you have time on a sunny Saturday, one way to put a smile on everyone's face, and feel sunny yourself is to put a decent shine on the family car. Most of us go to a local car-wash and pay our $6.00 for a regular wash. Others get the bucket and suds out. But before you do either one, consider there is a right way and wrong way to wash a car. This promises to be the last article you ever need to read about how to properly wash and polish up your favorite se
Automatic/drive-thru car washes are more popular than ever because they save time and hassle. But are automatic car washes safe for your car? In many instances they are the safest course of action for car owners who want to keep their car clean. In fact, automatic car washes can be safer for your car's finish than washing your car yourself.
Taking care or your car's appearance doesn't qualify as vanity, it's smart vehicle ownership. You can hire a professional auto detailer to care for your car for $100 to $500 -- or you can swipe their secrets, do it yourself and save some dough. There are a few professional organizations for detailers, like the National Association for Professional Detailing & Reconditioning (NAPDR) and the Pro