We know your life is less hectic when your car, truck or van is running well. We've got car care information to help keep your vehicle in tip-top shape from bumper to bumper.
Installing a car seat properly is among the most important steps you can take to help protect your little ones. Follow these car seat installation tips.
How long do car tires last? We've pulled together the tests you can use to determine whether you need replacement tires.
Know how to check oil? You will after checking out the simple steps in this infographic!
Whether you live in the city or country, rodent damage is possible—especially in your vehicle. Our tips can help you learn how to keep mice out of your car.
If you've ever wondered how to save money on gas, we've pulled together 5 tips and tricks to help you get maximum mileage from every gallon.
Learn how to wax a car to keep it looking shiny and brand new with this step-by-step guide from Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance.
Are you wondering if coolant is the same as antifreeze? Get your answers and much more with this guide from Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance.
Planning a long road trip? Ameriprise Auto & Home has a pre-trip auto inspection list to help keep you and your family safe out on the road.
Regular summer car care will help you keep your auto in tip-top shape, even when temperatures rise. This auto maintenance checklist simplifies checking your tires, oil, AC and more.
Learn how to protect your vehicle this winter from road salt damage by following these easy and simple steps from Ameriprise Auto & Home Insurance.
Knowing how to check tire pressure is a vital skill for any car owner. These simple steps will keep your car in good working order and safe on the road.
Whether you have a windshield chip or a windshield crack, we can help you determine whether you need a windshield repair or a windshield replacement.
Choosing auto repair shops can be difficult and time consuming. Here are 14 tips on how to find an auto repair shop that is right for you.
Is your car being recalled? You're not alone. Car recalls affected one in five cars in 2014. This guide explains what to do if your car is recalled.