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Admit it–you love your phone. So much so you’re willing to die for it right? Of course, you might vehemently disagree with us and say you would never do that, but you actually do this whenever you use your hands to call or send a text message. One good way …

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A well-maintained engine makes for a good vehicle. However, age, together with wear-and-tear plus bad driving habits can subject your car’s engine to friction. This can cause some of its parts to get damaged in the process. How synthetic oils help Synthetic oils help lubricate your engine to help lessen …

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It’s hard to drive in the rain. And when your windshield wiper isn’t working properly, then it becomes even more challenging and dangerous–especially when you’re driving at night. That’s why it’s extremely important that they’re always working properly. Dirt, dust, and other particles–when mixed with rain water–can greatly reduce your …

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Many modern cars–especially top-of-the-line models–come with built-in wireless chargers. With these nifty devices, all you have to do is place your phone on the dock, and voila, you’ll immediately see that battery icon charging. But if you own an old car or low rung model, don’t fret, because you can …

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Car fresheners may not end world hunger–much less make your car look cooler–but at the very least, they’ll make your car’s interior smell better. And with all the things you put inside and forget (such as that half-eaten burger you ate a month ago), we can understand how keeping it …

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There are some aftermarket car accessories that can work wonders for your vehicle. However, there are those that can actually do more harm to your vehicle than good. And while we dig that they can make your car stand out and look uber cool, they’re not really worth it–especially if …

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Tired of having your formal suit scrunched up every time you travel? Want to open up your rear cabin’s seating space? A car seat headrest hanger can do wonders for you. The Universal Stainless Steel Car Seat Headrest Coat Hanger from Lazada transforms your car’s headrest into a convenient spot …

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It can be difficult to get a hold of ‘a cuppa joe’ when you’re stuck in traffic or driving around the country. For those late nights or early mornings on the road when you just got to have your caffeine fix, this is when a car heater cup comes in …

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The oil catch can is an aftermarket device that’s attached into the car’s cam/crankcase ventilation system. If you’ve ever seen the engine bay of a highly-modified car, you may have seen one of these mechanisms up close and wondered what they’re for. Here’s how they work, and why you might …

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Is the summer heat taking its toll on your car comfort? These days, it can get so hot that even with the air-conditioner on full blast, the sun’s rays can still manage to irritate. There’s actually a practical and inexpensive way for you to protect yourself from the sun’s glare …

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For drivers, keeping awake is paramount. There’s plenty of videos showing drivers falling asleep at the wheel and causing all sorts of damage on the road, and you definitely don’t want to be one of them. If it’s your job to push yourself to the limits of consciousness, a thermos …

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Car jacks are designed to do one thing: to elevate your vehicle. But if you’ve ever replaced a flat tire, you know how huge of a hassle operating these tools can be. That’s because most of the car jacks out there are hydraulic. More often than not, these things raise …

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Planning an out-of-town trip this summer? If you need more cargo carrying capacity for your car, or if you want to keep your wares protected in a truck bed, then a Coleman All-Weather Storage Bag will do you good. With it, you can free up a lot of room in …

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Standard air-filled tires lose an average of two pounds per square inch (PSI) a month. If pressure drops below recommended level, vehicle performance and safety is compromised. Most cars today have an on-board tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), but if your vehicle doesn’t come with one, then it’s important to …

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Summer is fast approaching, which means you’ll soon be using your car’s AC more to keep yourself cool and get some relief from the heat while on the road. Unfortunately, turning up the blower and lowering the temperature puts more stress on your engine and battery, resulting in higher fuel …

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