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(NAPSI)—If you’re like most Americans, you may have made a dirty mistake: An online survey conducted by Harris Poll, on behalf of Briggs & Stratton in October of 2015 among 3,027 U.S. adults aged 18+, discovered that 70 percent of consumers have spilled gasoline on their hands, clothes, car or outdoor power equipment when trying to fill up their outdoor power equipment or vehicle.
(NAPSI)—Parents don’t hesitate to talk to their teenagers about driving safely, but no one is talking to seniors.
(NAPSI)—Road trip car trouble can be a real nightmare but performing a pre-trip vehicle check can help you avoid a vacation breakdown disaster.
(NAPSI)—While many people know to check their oil and tire pressure before a road trip, there is one commonly overlooked car care component it would be a bright idea to remember: headlight maintenance.
(NAPSI)—Before you answer the call of the open road, help ensure that your trip is hassle-free by preparing your vehicle so it’s ready to log those long miles. Consider the following:
(NAPSI)—Summer is an especially tough season on cars, as high temperatures can lead to stress on vehicles’ parts and systems, causing breakdowns. Consider the following tips to ensure that your vehicle is prepared for the longer, warmer days that may include a few road trips.
(NAPSI)—The thrill of summer beckons—days are longer, skies are clearer and spirits are higher. Nothing beats driving down a long stretch of highway enjoying breathtaking views, good tunes and memory-making adventures with your loved ones. Before putting the pedal to the metal, there are a few things travelers can do to prepare for a worry-free and fun family road trip.
(StatePoint) Everyone knows used cars are cheaper. But how do you make sure you are not getting a lemon? Don’t rule out a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) vehicle, say experts.