How to Improve Winter Gas Mileage

Car driving in winter

You’ve probably noticed gas mileage drops in winter. Here’s why your vehicle doesn’t return maximum mpg and steps you can take to boost winter gas mileage.



How to Fight Ethanol Problems in Small Engines

Small engine carburetor

Small-engine manufacturers warn that ethanol can dissolve plastic and create harmful deposits, leading to costly repairs. Here’s what you can do about it.



Tips for a Successful, Safe Hunting Season

Maintenance and safety are the two biggest considerations for a safe, successful hunt. Here’s our hunting checklist to ensure you’re prepared this season.



The DIY Oil Change: Avoid These 5 Common Mistakes

Many motorists still love the DIY oil change. If you change your own oil, avoid these five common mistakes to ensure your vehicle performs well.



How to Store Your Motorcycle for Winter

motorcycle

Riding season is winding down. Here are some tips on how to properly store your motorcycle for the winter to ensure it’s ready to go in the spring.



How to Prevent Diesel Fuel From Gelling

Prevent diesel fuel gelling

Diesel fuel gelling and frozen diesel can clog the fuel filter and leave you stranded. Learn why this happens and what to do to prevent it.



What is Fuel Stabilizer?

Lawnmower

Fuel stabilizer is like an antioxidant for gas. It disrupts the chemical reaction that causes gas to break down, helping engines start easily and run well.



Lawnmower Storage: How to Do it Right

Zero-turn mower best maintenance practices

Proper lawnmower storage is vital to ensuring your mower fires up on the first pull in the spring and lasts for years. Here’s how to do it.



The Dynamic Duo: AMSOIL P.i. & Upper Cylinder Lube

Upper cylinder lubricant

What’s the difference between AMSOIL P.i. Performance Improver and AMSOIL Upper Cylinder Lubricant? One’s a deep-clean product, the other a keep-clean product.



How to Boost Fuel Mileage

fuel mileage

Follow these seven tips on your next trip to help boost your fuel mileage and save a little extra at the pump. But be sure to avoid this dangerous practice.