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Cold Temperatures Freeze out a Hyundai Owner

01.17.2017

When the temperatures plunge, David can't unlock his Hyundai using the remote. Moisture and shrinking wires could be the culprit.

Cow on hood of a car

Keep Those Pets Out of The Engine

01.04.2017

Tips for keeping pets safe around cars in cold weather.

The Case for Winter Tires...On a Skating Rink!

10.04.2016

Notre Dame's skating rink was the setting for a showdown between all-season and winter tires. Guess which ones won?

will pouring hot water on the windshield to remove snow and ice crack it

Can Windshield Glass Withstand Hot Water?

08.18.2016

Mike's been using hot water to remove snow and ice from his windshield in freezing temps. Is he skating on thin ice?

E-Golf Extended Test: Can It Hack a New York Winter?

02.17.2016
Volkswagen -- the company -- has 99 problems, conservatively speaking. But VW’s electric car, that is to say the silk blue metallic e-Golf SEL premium we’ve been testing for the past eight months and 11,080 miles, isn’t one of them.  
Moose licking car

Spit and Polish!

02.08.2016

Why did the moose lick the car? Our wildlife biologist explains. 

Winter Arrives: A History of Snow Plows, Winter Tires, and More

01.20.2016
January is blowing a wintry blast across America, and it's time to think about snow removal--and driving on safe tires.
Winter car recommendations

Is Hyundai Elantra GT the Right Car for Winter?

12.08.2015

Martin slid off the highway last winter and is worried that his 2013 Hyundai Elantra GT is not the right car for winter. What does Car Talk suggest?

Subaru Impreza has a cracked plastic bumper

To Fix or Not to Fix: The Plastic Bumper

06.16.2015

Today: Car Talk hears from Kathy who scraped off a piece of her bumper on a icy snow bank in her driveway this past winter. The repair is expensive so she's wondering if it's necessary. Our advice, right here.

Cat seeking shelter under the hood of a car.

Shelter from the Storm

03.10.2015

Tips from Car Talk's wildlife specialist, Dr. Kieran Lindsay, on how to keep the fur and feathers from flying in your engine this winter.

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