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    1. Car hacking is the next carjacking, and automakers are fighting back

      Car hacking is the next carjacking, and automakers are fighting back

      As Def Con rolls into Las Vegas today, it is drawing the usual assortment of computer hackers, information technologists and government workers, all seeking the most cutting-edge tactics in elevating – and infiltrating – cybersecurity. But two sessions at the annual hacker convention figure to pique the interest of a different crowd: car companies.

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    2. Subaru of America and Center for Pet Safety Studies Showcase Promising and Shocking Crash Test Results of Pet Crates ...

      Subaru of America and Center for Pet Safety Studies Showcase Promising and Shocking Crash Test Results of Pet Crates ...

      The 2015 Crate and Carrier Crashworthiness Studies were performed using specially-designed crash test dogs, designed to approximate the size and weight of real dogs while providing vital baseline performance data. The partnership continues the work that began in 2013 with CPS' testing of pet harnesses.

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    3. Why do some cars consume excessive oil?

      Why do some cars consume excessive oil?

      Auto industry sources and Consumer Reports engineers believe that some new lower-friction engine designs meant to improve fuel economy have had the side effect of increasing oil consumption. One automaker’s instructional engineer—who spoke on condition of anonymity because he didn’t want to comment on competing automakers’ troubles—said there are several factors at play.

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    4. Is it OK to Use Snow Tires Year Round?

      Is it OK to Use Snow Tires Year Round?

      Dear Car Talk: I just became the proud owner of an adorable Nissan Rogue that my granddaughter has named Edgar. I live in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Edgar came with new snow tires, and I really like the way they handle, with all the snow we get. But I would like your opinion on what to do with these tires now. Should I just keep using the snow tires year-round, and when they get worn down, get a good everyday tire? Or should I get summer tires and have them changed every spring and fall?

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    5. To Idle or Not to Idle, That is the Question

      To Idle or Not to Idle, That is the Question

      It is that time of the year when many motorists let their vehicle “warm up” or idle before driving. In fact, today’s modern cars are ready to drive in cold temperatures without excessive idling, says the Car Care Council.

      “Unless you are trying to defrost the windshield or warm the interior of your car, idling is not required for today’s vehicles,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “In most cases, idling longer than 30 seconds is unnecessary.

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    6. Re: AskPatty's Holiday Gift Guide -- 8 Great Gifts for Kids and Pets

      Re: AskPatty's Holiday Gift Guide -- 8 Great Gifts for Kids and Pets

      In this Holiday Gift Guide, we're sharing 8 great gift ideas for both your kids and your fur-kids.  We’ve gathered up a collection of great ideas for the younger drivers in your family--no matter their age, we've got something here to please all your car-loving kids! Or, if you’re at a loss for what to pick up for that pet lover in your life, or looking for something to make your own pets' holiday a little brighter, look no further than the Ask Patty Holiday Gift Guide for Kids and Pets. - See more at: http://www ...

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    7. Can Your Car Weather the Storm?

      Can Your Car Weather the Storm?

      While last year’s brutal winter may seem like a distant memory, severe weather is on its way. The Car Care Council reminds drivers to ready their vehicles for the rough conditions ahead.

      “Vehicle service is always more convenient when you do it on your own schedule. An investment of an hour or so to have your vehicle checked will help make sure it can weather the storm when arctic temperatures strike again,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council.

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    8. Don’t Let Your Car Gobble up Your Hard-Earned Money

      Don’t Let Your Car Gobble up Your Hard-Earned Money

      While you’re busy preparing for another holiday season, don’t let car care take a back seat. Neglected auto care almost always means much higher costs down the road in the form of more extensive repairs or lost resale value. The non-profit Car Care Council recommends that you be car care aware to ensure your car doesn’t gobble up your hard-earned money.

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    9. Multiply Gas Savings with Vehicle Maintenance

      Multiply Gas Savings with Vehicle Maintenance

      As gas prices continue to drop, motorists should take advantage of their savings at the pump and invest it back into their vehicles. By spending a little now to increase fuel efficiency, drivers can multiply fuel savings and save more money at the pump, says the Car Care Council.

      The national average of the cost of a gallon of gas has been above $3 since 2010 but is expected to dip below that mark this year, according to a recent forecast by energy information service GasBuddy.com.

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    10. Vehicle Lights and Wipers: The Keys to See and Be Seen

      Vehicle Lights and Wipers: The Keys to See and Be Seen

      As the days get shorter, lights and wipers play a major role in safe driving, as the chance of an accident increases if you can’t see or be seen, according to the non-profit Car Care Council.

      “With fewer daylight hours in fall and winter, it’s important to make sure your vehicle’s lights and wipers are working properly so your visibility is not compromised and you can be seen by others,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council.

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    11. Fall Car Care Month Checklist: Winter is on the Way

      Fall Car Care Month Checklist: Winter is on the Way

      October is Fall Car Care Month, and the Car Care Council reminds motorists that checking their vehicles before the temperatures drop is a sensible way to avoid being stranded out in the cold and the unexpected expense of emergency repairs.

      “The last thing any driver needs is a vehicle that breaks down in cold, harsh winter weather. Winter magnifies existing problems like hard starts, sluggish performance and rough idling,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council.

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    12. September is National Preparedness Month: Make Sure Your Car is Ready if Disaster Hits

      September is National Preparedness Month: Make Sure Your Car is Ready if Disaster Hits

      Would your car be ready if you had to leave at a moment’s notice? If you were stranded in your car, would you be prepared? During National Preparedness Month in September, the non-profit Car Care Council is reminding drivers of the importance of regular maintenance and do-it-yourself checks, as well as a stocked emergency kit.

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