Rearview cameras make life a lot easier when you’re behind the wheel. This view covers the massive blind spot that most vehicles have when operating in reverse. Federal law in the United States requires all new cars, trucks, and other vehicles weighing less than five tons to come equipped with this technology.
If you love to listen to music or podcasts while driving in your vehicle, getting better sound quality should involve more than just turning the volume up. There are specific ways that you can create a better audio system in your vehicle with varying degrees of effort and skill required – small changes can go a long way!
Car tires work better on the road because the surface provides natural traction. If you encounter mud, then the softer, more slippery surface makes it a challenge to move.
Car technologies are evolving in numerous ways, but one critical component is still lagging. Headlights are using mostly the same technology that we’ve had for decades. The the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) wants to start changing that.
Most people have a significant amount of their lives documented online. The Internet gives us a way to connect with friends, start businesses, and make purchases. It also has allowed hackers to gain control of your devices. As automobiles rely more on computers than ever before, it has become possible through computers to hack a vehicle.
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.
Did you know that there are over 130 different dashboard warning lights that display to drivers when accounting for every make and model on the road?
Keyless ignition systems first began appearing in vehicles in the 1990s, with a surge of interest in the early 2000s. As with most new features, it was the luxury models and high-end cars that received them first. If you owned a Mercedes-Benz S-Class during that time, then you were an early adopter of this technology.
Lawmakers in Washington, D.C. want to make the highways safer in the United States through a bill that would limit the speed of semi-trucks. Bipartisan legislation is under consideration that would create an electronic limitation for all vehicles that would limit them to 65 mph.