(NewsUSA) - Working batteries in smoke alarms? Check. Fresh oil in your car? Check. New water filter for your fridge? Check. But how many people think about regularly checking their tires? As fall travel and winter weather loom on the horizon, taking a moment to check your car tires can make…
(NAPSI)—Following record-setting rainfall in many areas of the country, flooding has taken its toll on vehicles. It's important for those considering buying a used vehicle to be car care aware and check for signs of water intrusion or contamination, advises the nonprofit Car Care Council.
(StatePoint) Driving can be expensive if you lack basic car-care knowledge or proper insurance. Regular maintenance can prevent costly breakdowns and extend your car’s life, and the right coverage can protect your wallet in the event of an accident.
(NAPSI)—Today, in the U.S., more than 17 million recalled Takata airbags remain in vehicles on the road. A defective part inside the airbag can explode when the airbag deploys, potentially shooting sharp metal fragments at the driver and passengers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Admini…
(StatePoint) ‘Tis the season for shopping, and not just for presents to put under the tree. Many people shop for new cars this time of year, and for good reason.
Currently in Spokane
- Court Docs: Spokane County detectives investigating after 3-month-old baby tests positive for meth
- Subaru recalls some Forester vehicles due to airbag issue
- Popularity of Spokane housing market causing problems for buyers
- Chevy Chase coming to Spokane to screen 'Christmas Vacation' at the Fox, host Q&A on Black Friday
- "I was so embarrassed" - Spokane man discharged from hospital in gown after he says staff lost his clothes, wallet
- Spokane Police arrest 41-year-old man accused of threatening mass shooting in downtown
- Bargain buyers beware: bed bug-filled furniture selling in Spokane
- Man arrested after escaping work release and taunting Spokane Police on social media
- Spokane area seeing increase in field mice
- Missing teen's family asks Spokane community for help