Of course, you would never let your tank get so low that the little light popped on warning you that you should really, really refuel, but if you did, this chart outlines exactly how much further you can expect to go on what little is left in the tank.
The story of my once-abandoned 1966 Ford Mustang is complicated. It involves a dead professor, a lawyer, Matt Hardigree and my brother.
Possibly the most bizarre application of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act finally got the exemption us car enthusiasts have deserved.
The McLaren 570S has an incredible 570 horsepower twin turbo V8 engine mounted between the rear wheels. Want to pop the hood back there to check it out? Not gonna happen!
Clank, clack, whoosh — here’s a guide to 10 ominous, common sounds coming from your car and what causes them.
It was supposed to be an easy fix.
What are you doing reading this website! There’s car repair you should be doing!
If you drove a car hour after hour, day after day through Manhattan as a taxi, you’d expect the engine to be completely haggard right? Look again.
Let’s say you get into a little fender bender in your new Kia. Why not just get some bondo and patch things up yourself? How hard could it be?
The other weekend I met a guy who turned a ‘90s BMW from a junkyard special parts car with a bullet hole in it into a somewhat successful track/drift car in 36 hours. What’s the craziest car build story from your life?
Here we see a Chevy Cavalier with a rear wheel bouncing like a basketball down the highway. That looks safe.
What happens if you don't change the oil on your Audi TT for 84,000 miles? Take a look.
Ask any old mechanic and they'll tell you about the 'Italian tune up,' which involves driving a car really hard as a means of maintenance. Not only is this actually true (not just a line mechanics feed dumb millionaires so they can thrash their Lamborghinis), it applies to a number of non-Italian cars. Just head over…
I... I don't know how this could happen.
It happened on Thursday night. I went out to my car. I climbed inside. I turned the key in the ignition. And … nothing. Well, not quite nothing. A failed start. A check engine light. And an ominous warning message that said: TRANSMISSION FAULT: LIMITED GEARS AVAILABLE.
It happens every time I hang out with my car enthusiast friends: We're sitting there, chatting about cars, and eventually the discussion turns to the fact that you can buy a wide range of iconic used performance cars for approximately the same price as laundry detergent.
This Ford Focus ST owner is concerned about his paint, so much so that he has wrapped his front car in painters tape. Is he insane?
You know it's a good time to burn your car to the ground when you find a GIANT SPIDER IN THE HEADLIGHT. I REPEAT: GIANT SPIDER IN THE HEADLIGHT.
Sit down, listen, sleep on it, read the manual again — you still won't be qualified to mess with these ten monsters.
Get your hydraulic lifts ready and prepare to drop some engines: these are the hardest cars to service you'll ever come across.