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What Do the Numbers on Oil Mean?

What Do the Numbers on Oil Mean?

Do you ever feel a ¨car dictionary¨ is necessary? Or maybe a guide of basic car stuff? We haven´t come up with a guide yet, but here are the basics of motor oil when it comes to the numbers on the label.

Jeep Wrangler Reliability

Jeep Wrangler Reliability

A used Jeep Wrangler is a great way to hit the trail and get your own slice of the Jeep lifestyle without paying big bucks for the experience. The Wrangler has been around since 1987, and Jeep has sold five generations of the legendary SUV. Each is a bit different, and they all have their pros and cons, but they’re all extremely capable off-road and they’re all seriously fun. You haven’t lived until you’ve driven a Jeep to the top of a mountain to watch the sunset. Cowboy hat is optional. If you’re in the market for a used Jeep Wrangler, hopefully you’ve already read our Used Jeep Wrangler Buyer’s Guide. In that article, we detail all the different versions of the Wrangler from 1987 to the present and discuss their differences and their values. But there’s still more to learn. Here we’ll cover the reliability of these iconic 4x4s and what to look out for before you actually purchase one.

How to Do the Tire Tread Penny Test

How to Do the Tire Tread Penny Test

The penny test is a quick way to test your tire tread depth. In today's world, pennies are virtually worthless. They can't buy anything, they take up too much space in our wallets and they trick us into thinking our spare change jars are much more valuable than they really are. While one cent might not buy much for most people, learn how a single penny is enough to buy you peace of mind.

Why that $15 Oil Change Might Not Be the Best Deal

Why that $15 Oil Change Might Not Be the Best Deal

You’ve been changing your oil for years, but the lube shop down the street is advertising an oil change for $15. Fifteen bucks for an oil change? You can’t even do it yourself for that cheap. Should you go ahead and try out the deal? What’s the catch?

Preparing Your Car or Truck for Towing

Preparing Your Car or Truck for Towing

Although vehicles have been used for towing for as long as there have been combustion engines on the roads, it pays to make sure that your car or truck is prepared for the job of towing weight and mass on public roads.Boating enthusiasts, campers with pull-along trailers, jet-ski fans, horse owners and landscapers all haul large and heavy vehicles, devices or belongings behind their automobiles or trucks, sometimes for very long distances.

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