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The low fuel warning light can feel a little ominous.

Every driver has experienced having a warning light illuminate on the instrument panel and wondered what it meant.

Driving in the snow can be a little unnerving at times.

Sometimes your windshield wipers alone are not enough to keep the windshield clean.

Many of us store some pretty important belongings in the trunks of our cars.

Sometimes the amount of storage space inside of your vehicle just isn’t enough.

Advancements with computer controlled engines have led to higher miles per gallon (MPG), but there’s one thing auto manufacturer’s can’t prevent or control — drivers who accelerate heavily.

Since 2008, all cars sold in the US are required to have a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) installed.

Anyone who’s driven a car with manual steering knows it can be quite a workout.

The steering lock may sometimes seem like an inconvenience, but it is there to help prevent your vehicle from theft.

In an effort to help drivers, auto manufacturers use a service required light on the dashboard of cars.

Seat belts are one of the most important safety features in your vehicle.

People enjoy driving fast and powerful cars.

Most modern cars are packed with technology from cameras and radars to swiveling headlights.

Volkswagen and Audi vehicles have a dash light for just about everything.

Reversing out of a tight parking spot can be tricky sometimes.

Engine oil is the very lifeblood of your vehicle.

Running out of gas is not a fun situation.

Auto manufacturers are always creating new ways to keep the driver and passengers safe.

Key fobs have come a long way since they were first introduced.