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How to Get Bird Poop Off Your Car With No "Ick Factor"

Bruce Lubin | Posted 09.08.2014 | HuffPost Home
Bruce Lubin

Is there anything grosser than bird poop all over your car? Even if it's on your windshield, it's hard to get off -- turn on your wipers and squirt some wiper fluid on it, and it still smears all over the place.

The Major Rookie Mistake I Made Caring For My Car

Lisa K. Friedman | Posted 08.20.2014 | Fifty
Lisa K. Friedman

I was driving home from the grocery store when I smelled something funny. I thought maybe something was burning. The gauges on the dashboard were clear, the car was not overheating or malfunctioning. Still, there was a smell. Was it tar?

Ditch The Ice Scraper This Winter

Bruce Lubin | Posted 04.06.2013 | HuffPost Home
Bruce Lubin

For 20 years, Bruce Lubin and his wife Jeanne have been collecting tips and hints to save time, money, and make everyday tasks easier. Their book "Who...

Love More Than Your Lamborghini

Traci L. Stanard, CPT-NSCA, CWC | Posted 11.24.2012 | Healthy Living
Traci L. Stanard, CPT-NSCA, CWC

Years ago, a close family friend said to me, "If you do not have your health, you have nothing." At first I was taken aback by this; the comment was harsh and scary. No one wants to think they have nothing. But in reality, it is true.

DIY Car Care That Can Help Save You Money

Women & Co | Posted 08.12.2012 | Money
Women & Co

Do-it-yourself (DIY) car care is catching on as a way to save money on routine service visits to mechanics, and that's a good thing. Doing your own maintenance isn't just good for your wallet, but it helps you learn about how your car works.

Easy Ways to Get More from Your Car

Trevor Traina | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Trevor Traina

Where are your old documents? The glove compartment? The basement? Keep them in one place. Make a binder or store them online. A car or truck with a full history has greater resale value.

You and Your Car: You Better Love the One You're With.

Trevor Traina | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Trevor Traina

The reality has set in that whatever is in your garage now will likely be there next year too.