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    1. Rear-Facing Car Seats Are Still the Safest Way For Young Kids to Ride

      Rear-Facing Car Seats Are Still the Safest Way For Young Kids to Ride

      A recently released study on rear-facing child car seats may inadvertently be sending the wrong message to parents. The study's results, while meaningful to improving the overall safety of car seats, look at just one small piece of the puzzle, possibly causing some parents to jump to conclusions.

      Simply put: Rear-facing car seats are still the safest way for young kids to ride in a car.

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    2. How to Protect Your Car on Halloween

      How to Protect Your Car on Halloween

      Want to hear something spooky? Halloween tricks typically start before the holiday, and your car is not immune from that mischief.

      Every October, goblins, ghouls, and even zombies prowl the night and "trick" cars. But these cars aren't tricked out, they're hit with broken eggs, Silly String, or smashed pumpkins. If left on the paint for a period of time, this nasty mess can cause permanent stains that are not only unsightly but can lower your vehicle's resale value.

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    3. Guide to the Volkswagen Emissions Recall

      Guide to the Volkswagen Emissions Recall

      Volkswagen is accused of—and has admitted to—circumventing the emissions control system in about 482,000 vehicles sold in the United States since 2008 with the 2.0-liter diesel engine. As many as 11 million vehicles worldwide may be affected.

      In mid-September, the EPA issued a notice of violation to Volkswagen AG, Audi AG, and Volkswagen Group of America (collectively VW) for failure to comply with Clean Air Act regulations.

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    4. How to Extend Tire Life

      How to Extend Tire Life

      Tires. Every car has them. Although they can often be neglected, it is hard to overstate the importance of caring for the only part of the car that actually touches the road. As we have been seeing with our treadwear testing, tires may not live up to their advertised promise for total tread life. But there are some simple things that car owners can do to ensure their tire go the distance...

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    5. 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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