When a storm is bearing down on your town, your boat might not be top of mind. “Understandably, most people worry first about their house and cars,” says Charles Fort, associate editor of BoatUS Magazine. “But your boat is more likely to survive and incur less damage …keep reading
An achy back, stiff neck, sore shoulders: The everyday shakes, rattles and rolls of daily commuting can take a toll on your body.
The vehicles we drive are part of the problem. Some car seats don’t adequately accommodate the curve of the lower back, putting additional strain on …keep reading
Want to guess how many boats and other watercraft are stolen in a year?
The answer for 2016 was 5,116, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). What did thieves go after? Runabouts, utilities and cruisers made up about a quarter of the total, while personal watercraft …keep reading
The alternator is perhaps the most underappreciated part of your car.
The battery often gets all the credit for keeping the electricity running. But it’s the unheralded alternator that serves as the car’s generator, powering some of your vehicle’s most vital features—including the headlights, the heating and cooling …keep reading