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They may look simple to look at, but car covers can really help protect your car from the scratches, natural and man-made dangers (like stone debris, sharp flying objects, car collisions), thieves, and harsh, damaging weather. There are many types of car fabric materials today. These include the following: Plastic …

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Earth Dreams Technology 2.4-liter, DOHC i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine

When you use your car, the engine bay becomes an extremely hot and dank place to be. Such an environment invites the accumulation of dirt, grime, and sludge. And things can only get worse if there’s any fluid leaking from the components. Succinctly put, the more you drive your car, …

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Drive+ Car Care Center

Targeted to provide utmost and quality service without spending much, Drive+, the true home of car care experts in the Philippines, formally announced its opening last August 2. Leading the ribbon cutting ceremonies of the Drive+ Car Care Center were Brand Manager, Jason Manabat, and Peter Hoffman, the former Asia-Pacific …

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How often do you wash your car during the rainy season? Chances are you wash your car less because you’re always anticipating that it will rain–thinking that the rain water will be enough to clean your car. However, that’s not the smartest thing to do if you want to preserve …

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There’s a reason why this one is called the “ultimate product for removing oxidation, scratches, water spots, and blemishes without scratching”. And the reason is Meguiar’s G17216 Ultimate Compound is really the ultimate product for removing oxidation, scratches, water spots, and blemishes without scratching. Yes–it’s that simple. How it works This …

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Most of us would probably choose to drive or ride a clean-looking car. Who would want to get inside a dirty car, right? After all, the way your car looks define who you are as a person–so, you better keep it clean and tidy. A shiny exterior is a good …

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Tires on the Road

You managed to maintain your tire pressure constant throughout the year. But come December and the accompanying cold and wet weather, you’re faced with your tire pressure light coming on constantly, even when you’ve recently checked it. What gives? Lower weather temperature causes TPMS to react The drop in temperature …

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Vehicle maintenance is like a religion in itself. You need to change the oil, check the fluids, rotate/balance the tires, etc., and you need to do all these on a regular basis following a strict schedule (5,000 kilometers or three months–whichever comes first, anyone?). There’s nothing for car owners to …

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