Honda HomeLink Step-by-Step Instructions
Garage doors come in two different types: rolling code and fixed code. Depending on which you have, the setup process for your Honda HomeLink garage door opener will be a little different. We’ll show you how figure out which you have and how to program it.
Here’s how to program a Honda HomeLink garage door opener.Read the rest of this entry »
Car Model Years Don’t Match the Calendar…Why?
There are a lot of systems in place that don’t immediately make sense. For instance, why do price tags not include tax? Another one is why are car model years usually ahead of the actual year?
That’s what we’ll be taking a look at today. Here’s why car years don’t match the calendar year.Read the rest of this entry »
What’s the Difference: Traction Control vs Stability Control
Cars have all sorts of active and passive safety features. And they’re getting more and more with each new model year. They suffer from convoluted names sometimes, though. Or similar names. Like traction and stability control.
What’s the difference between traction control and stability control anyway?Read the rest of this entry »
Electric Vehicle Battery Charge Times and Outlet Types
Today, we’ll be taking a look at one of the burning questions for electric cars: charging time. We’ll look at how long it takes without the nonsense, misdirection, and marketing jargon.
Here’s how quickly electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids actually charge.Read the rest of this entry »
How to Properly Mix Coolant and Antifreeze
If you’ve ever been stranded on the side of the road due to an overheating vehicle without no coolant in sight, then this guide is for you. We’ll show you how to properly mix coolant so you can have some on hand to refill and be on your way.
Here’s how to mix all kinds of antifreeze and coolant, with step-by-step instructions and coolant-to-water ratios for different types of coolant.Read the rest of this entry »
Auto Loan Financing Rates: Which Ones Are Too Good to be True?
You’ve probably seen auto ads that try to entice you with taglines like “0% APR financing for 84 months” or some other number pretty close to 100. Just a few years back, the common loan length seemed to be 60 months, maybe 72. So, what gives?
How long should a car loan be financed for?Read the rest of this entry »
2020 Chevy Corvette Top Speed, Acceleration, and More
The 2020 Chevy Corvette made the jump from sports car to supercar. With mid-engine placement and its Lamborghini-inspired style, it looks as good as it drives.
But just how well does it drive? How fast is the 2020 Chevy Corvette?Read the rest of this entry »
The Truth About How Much It Costs to Fix Your Car
If you searched the web for something like “Are American cars cheaper to fix than foreign ones,” you probably saw a bunch old posts while scrolling through from years like 2008, 2012, or 2013. While a lot of those posts have great answers that are still applicable today, some of them contain outdated information.
What about in 2020? Are domestic cars cheaper to fix than foreign ones?Read the rest of this entry »
The 4 Most Fuel-Efficient Non-Hybrid Crossovers from 2020
While we love a good hybrid, we understand that it’s not always the right option for everyone. However, most people want to get the best fuel economy they can. So, we figured we’d put together a list of some of the most fuel efficient 2020 crossover on the US market.
Here are the four 2020 crossovers with the highest EPA-estimated gas mileage.Read the rest of this entry »