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Here’s What It Means When Police Say They Have Certified Speedometers
There actually is slightly more science than just a little sticker on police speedometers.
MultiAir Was Dodge’s and Fiat’s Answer to VTEC
You might have seen "MultiAir" emblems on an engine or heard it referenced somewhere. Here's what that means.
Here’s What The 2023 Nissan Z’s Turbo Speed Gauge Actually Tells You
You've seen boost gauges... this is a little different.
CHAdeMO Is Going the Way of Betamax and It Could Be Bad News for Older EVs
Electrify America's pivot away from CHAdeMO support could be devastating for older vehicles.
Which Type of AWD Your Car Has Matters More Than the AWD Itself
The difference between on-demand AWD and full-time AWD is bigger than you think.
Infiniti’s Direct Adaptive Steering Was A Bad Solution In Search Of A Non-Existent Problem
Instead of a physical linkage, the Infiniti system is literally a "force feedback" setup.
What Is Flex Fuel?
Flexible fuel gives owners an alternative choice at the pump. Theoretically it could also have environmental benefits.
What Does a Serpentine Belt Do?
A serpentine belt helps keep the car running.
Hyundai’s Welcome Chimes Actually Do Elevate The Driving Experience
More cars need nice welcome melodies.
The Buick Regal’s TPMS Was the Bane of My Teenage Existence
Older people were not fond of this newfangled technology and the little light that went with it.