On Monday, AAA and mechanics across the Twin Cities were flooded with calls from people whose car batteries had died. So, that had Jeff from Minneapolis and Kristen from Cottage Grove wondering: How often should we start our cars when it’s this cold? Paul Hagen, owner of Hagen’s Auto Body, says cars are made very differently from twenty years ago, making them more likely to start in the cold.
A woman faces third-degree DWI charges after police say she drove drunk to try and get her oil changed.
On Monday, John Hines – in for Michele Tafoya – spoke with Phil Reed of Edmunds.com about when it’s best to change your oil. Is the “3000 mile” standard outdated? John found out…