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Car Detailing BrushesDetailing a car can restore its factory-fresh feel, though the process also requires careful attention to detail. To keep your vehicle in showroom condition, you’ll need the right tools for your sensitive components and hard-to-reach crevices. If you’re detailing your car, these five detailing brushes are absolute must-haves.

1. Best Overall: Chemical Guys Boar’s Hair Detailing Brush

Designed to be a jack-of-all-trades, the Chemical Guys Boar’s Hair Detailing Brush can be used both inside and outside the car. It’s strong enough to be effective while still delicate enough not to leave scratches on your fine surfaces, and the bristles won’t fall out from prolonged use.

Comparing Minivan reviewMinivans have long been a staple vehicle choice for American families. The Chrysler Voyager and Chrysler Pacifica both represent solid options, but what makes each vehicle unique?

To help you make an informed buying decision, these are some of the pros and cons of each minivan.

Voyager vs. Pacifica: What They Have in Common

Admittedly, the Chrysler Voyager and Pacifica have much in common, down to a similar basic appearance.

Best Cabin Air FiltersIt may be small, but your cabin air filter plays an important role in your vehicle. It keeps dust, debris, and odors out, protecting your passengers’ health. A clogged air filter can harm the performance of your car’s heating and air conditioning system.

With these significant roles in mind, here are some of the best cabin air filters for your vehicle today.

Spearhead Premium Breathe Easy Cabin Filter

Spearhead’s cabin filter offers the best filtration out there, thanks to its activated carbon design and long lifespan. Its only drawback is that its durability makes it noticeably stiff and more complicated to install than the other filters on this list.

What is a High Profile VehicleIf you’ve ever been on a freeway and seen warning signs directed at high-profile vehicles, you may have wondered if you’re driving one or not. After all, millions of SUVs are on the road, and they have a high profile, don’t they?

High-Profile Vehicles — What They Are and Aren’t

The average SUV tops out at about 6 or 7 feet tall. A professional driver with a commercial driver’s license would tell you that high-profile vehicles are usually defined as commercial trucks or recreational vehicles and top out at 13 feet 6 inches. They’re categorized as high profile not just because of their height but because of their susceptibility to high winds. 

Diesel in a Gas CarIf you’re distracted at the pump, it’s easier than you might think to select the wrong fuel and begin pumping it. There are stations these days that have options for E85, regular, mid-grade, premium, ethanol-free, and diesel, all at the same pump. If you’re having a bad day, pumping diesel into your gasoline-powered car can turn it into a nightmare.

Diesel vs. Gas

Gasoline is a highly refined fuel that is extremely volatile and releases highly combustible vapors. Diesel is closer to oil, though. It is more viscous (thicker) and doesn’t release VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) as gasoline does.