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We feel sorry for car floor mats. Not only are they trampled on mercilessly without avail, but many don’t even bother to check if they’re okay–let alone if they’re still in one piece.  Floor mats not only protect your vehicle against spills, dirt, and dust, but they also provide you …

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They say your car’s value depreciates the moment you drive it off the car dealer. And many lose almost 60 percent of their value by the time they reach their fifth year alone. Depreciation is inevitable; but that doesn’t mean your vehicle should also look as old as its value. …

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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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Roof racks are a common accessory found on many modern vehicles such as crossovers and SUVs. These are extremely useful additions with plenty of great uses, which unfortunately, are often rarely discussed. Perhaps it’s because roof racks have no direct effect on a car’s functions, and their location puts them …

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While the country is awaiting for the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act (TRAIN) Law’s second tranche to be fully-felt, the Department of Energy (DOE) proposes a few steps to adopt and promote an energy-efficient lifestyle for all Filipinos. Today, January 8, oil firms increased their prices at the …

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With so many components to look at in a car, locating the source of a problem can literally be like searching for a needle in a haystack. That said, leaks are some of the trickiest issues to confirm in a car. If you’ve ever launched a search that lasted hours …

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Engine knock is one of the most serious problems you can have with your car. If not diagnosed and fixed early and correctly, it has the potential to render the entire engine unusable. Despite its destructive power, not many people know what it is, or what causes it. What is …

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Does brake fluid really go bad? Unfortunately, the answer is yes, and when you use bad brake fluid in your car, you won’t be able to get the optimal braking results, which can compromise your safety. The thing is, you can’t tell if brake fluid has gone bad by simply …

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Giving gifts to car nuts were way simpler back then. Give them a couple of CDs, or a tape cassette head cleaner, magazines, car shirt, or a toy car collectible and you’re in for good. However, giving gifts have become far more complicated these days. Technology is more advanced, and …

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Buying your first motorcycle may not be that different from buying your first car. In fact, the excitement and anticipation are often the same. The only difference–aside from the price–may be the amount of time it takes to choose a bike. Many motorbikes are highly-specialized these days, and choosing one …

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‘Tis the season to be merry once again. Apart from the sumptuous feasts and obligatory gift-giving, it’s also the time when thieves sprout out and come-a-plenty–like those illegal firecrackers your uncle keeps under his bed for “emergency purposes only.” Of course, that’s not to say these crimes are a secret …

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Admit it: it’s not that easy to drive in the dark. And unless you’re Night Vision or Dr. Midnight or even Riddick, then you probably find it uncomfortable–if not hard–adjusting your eyes when it’s pitch-black outside.  This makes it more difficult to see cyclists, pedestrians, and other incoming vehicles on the …

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Fairy xmas lights on a Ford Pickup

Nothing says Christmas like Christmas decorations, and in addition to decorating their homes, many have opted to adorn their cars with the festivity of the holidays as well. This is a relatively new trend, and as a frequent road user, it’s easy to notice that a growing number of vehicles …

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Let’s face it: When it comes to driving, most teen drivers (or new drivers) rank low when it comes to ‘driving experience.’ This can be a disadvantage on their part, but then again, most of us started driving when we were teens as well. And really, if we’ll be honest …

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There are many moving parts in your vehicle, and these components need to be lubricated to protect them against wear and damage. Take your transmission system, for instance. The inner workings of your vehicle transmission is lubricated by a special reddish or pinkish fluid called transmission fluid. There is an …

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