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Seasonal changes can bring hazardous weather, including rain and flooding.

Rain doesn’t typically require making major modifications to your car, but following a few precautions at the start of any rainy season can make driving easier and safer.

If you live in a tropical climate, most of your vehicle purchasing concerns will be essentially the same as if you lived anywhere else – you want a car that looks good, offers decent gas mileage, and suits the passenger and cargo space requirements of you and your family.

When considering purchasing a used car, you have a lot of decisions to make.

Safety starts before you drive, and that means taking precautionary steps to make sure you can see clearly on the road at all times, especially on the freeway.

It may seem you need to replace your wiper blades more often than you would expect.