Have you noticed that some cars have fuel tanks on the driver’s side, while others take the opposite approach? Let’s explore why some cars have gas tanks on different sides.
The majority of passenger vehicles driven in the United States use a gasoline-powered engine. If you’re thinking about going to diesel or ever wondered the difference between the two, here is some of the information that you’ll want to know.
One essential feature that you can find or add-on to vehicles today is window tinting. It’s something we often take for granted because it can dramatically reduce the amount of light that comes through the windshield or other windows.
Summer is coming, and it’s the perfect time to give your vehicle a checkup! In this article, we explore some summer car preparation tips that are especially important to observe in Arizona.
Getting a new car with all of the latest features can make you feel like a million bucks. It can also make it seem like you need to spend that much to get everything you want on some vehicles.
The most recent snowfall of significance in the Phoenix metro area was 1998. A December storm caused the white stuff to cover about half of the northwest valley.
Phoenix might have a reputation for being one of the hottest spots in the United States, but it can get pretty cold here sometimes! Every winter, your vehicle could encounter mechanical issues because of the changing temperatures. Check out these cold-weather maintenance tips to prepare your vehicle for the winter.
Car payments have been rising in the United States, resulting in an increase in car loan length. Part of the reason for this trend is an increase in the average price of vehicles, reaching a record high of $36,000 in 2018.
Electric car battery life is an interesting consideration to be made when purchasing this type of vehicle. As with most devices that require recharging, the quality of the results you receive will slowly decline with age. It’s like a smartphone that lasts all day at first but slowly over time won’t last as long.
Alex Wubbels, a nurse at University Hospital in Salt Lake City, settled on a $500,000 payment after being arrested for refusing to allow a police officer to draw blood from an unconscious patient.