YouTuber seems surprised his modified Tesla's warranty claim was denied
YouTuber and online personality lowlifeduramax, real name Michael, caught our attention in February when he put rear tracks on his recently purchased Tesla Model 3. He was quoted in the video saying, “we have to break something before this day ends,” and it seems he got his wish. It didn’t
7 ways to save on car lease turn-in fees
Leases can save you a bundle on your monthly payment, but you should never forget that you don’t actually own the vehicle; you’re only the caretaker. And if – as the caretaker – you’re less than considerate in the care and feeding of your leased vehicle, you may get a
Coronavirus cleaning: Are you properly disinfecting your car's cabin?
If your routine includes a lot of time either behind the wheel or in the back seat of strange automobiles, you may be wondering how best to protect yourself from the coronavirus pandemic. Or maybe you drive for Uber or Lyft and you want to protect yourself and your customers
Electric vehicles are changing the future of auto maintenance
Moving from internal combustion to electric power does more than reduce tailpipe emissions: it will fundamentally shatter today’s auto maintenance and service sector. The decline is mathematical. With one-fifth the number of powertrain parts and an almost total elimination of oil (a), the typical automotive dealer will suffer 35% declines
Right-to-repair highlights snafus in the military, too
Right-to-repair pops up intermittently in the news cycle, yet the issue’s been debated non-stop for decades in numerous industries and with lawmakers. The issue’s resurfaced in the past few months, and is again all over the industrial map. In November, Reuters wrote about automakers trying to prevent third-party outfits from
Hyundai introduces 3-year/36,000-mile free maintenance program for all 2020 vehicles
Hyundai used the Super Bowl spotlight to show off its “Smaht Pahk” feature on the 2020 Hyundai Sonata, but there was one other commercial that ran before the game even started. This one highlighted Hyundai’s new complimentary maintenance program, good for three years or 36,000 miles. Luxury automakers are typically