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Neglecting basic servicing requirements could lead to costly repairs and cause greater inconvenience in the long run.
If you’re thinking of skipping your car’s next servicing because you’re ‘too busy’, don’t. The consequences could be catastrophic, as this damaged piston shows. PHOTOS: Newspress, Jean-Charles Dahout
Neglecting basic servicing requirements could lead to costly repairs and cause greater inconvenience in the long run.
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1862386_Road to Ruin
Road to Ruin

February 13
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Nissan to recall 930,000 cars worldwide

DETROIT — Nissan is recalling nearly 930,000 Altima midsize cars worldwide — some for a third time — to fix a latch problem that could let the hood fly open while the cars are...

Gallery: Full blown

Full blown

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Wheel of fortune

Wheel of fortune

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The COE conundrum

The COE conundrum

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The name’s 10, DB10

The name’s 10, DB10

There are bespoke cars and then there’s the Aston Martin DB10. Petrolheads and James Bond fanboys were extremely disappointed to learn some time back that the British marque...