From cuts and bruises to more serious injuries, many bad things can happen to the human body, and unfortunately, many of these can take place in a car. It's the job of manufacturers, governments and consumers' common sense to ensure that they don't.
A car is an extension of the person driving it. And if you want to make your car as unique as you are, there are an almost infinite number and variety of add-ons. But which accessories could be hazardous?
One of the first things a car-theft expert will advise you to do is to clear out any trace of gadgets and accessories that might be resold easily. But can suction cup marks on your windshield attract thieves, too?
Think engines are the only things car enthusiasts push to the limits? Think again. There are car audio competitions that pit stereos and speakers against one another to determine whose setup produces the best sound of all. Does your sound system have what it takes?
Going low with a vehicle is a tradition that crosses over into many cultures, and many drivers outside of lowriding lanes take the drop as well. But with so many methods to actually lower a car, which is the correct way?
If you're hoping to put some distance between your car and the road, or if you're trying to get a little closer to it, either way is doable. There are several common ways to raise or lower your vehicle profile -- see which one is right for you.