3 Ways To Know That Your Brakes Are No Longer In Optimal Condition


If the brakes in your car have not been serviced in quite a while, they could be in need of repair or replacement. However, in order for you to know when it is time to take your vehicle to an auto repair shop to have them inspected, you need to know the signs associated with brake issues. Here are a few ways to know that your brakes are no longer in optimal condition:

4 February 2016

Four Tips For Tire Care Safety


The tires on your vehicle are extremely important to take care of. This is because the tires help you to drive safely on the road, brake properly, and more. In order to be sure that you are taking care of them properly, you will want to follow the f following tips that can both extend the lifespan of your tires and ensure that they are in the right condition to keep you safe on the roads: 

21 January 2016

3 Things To Consider When Repairing Your Transmission


Your vehicle depends on the transmission to get you where it needs to go. Without a working transmission, your vehicle cannot shift into the next gear. This means you could be stuck going a few miles per hour with no way to change that. If your transmission is acting up, you have to make a decision as to whether you should repair your existing transmission or replace it with a new one.

26 December 2015

What Should You Do Once You Hit An Animal?


You may be excited when you see a deer or moose on the side of the road. However, that excitement can turn into dread when the animal is in the middle of the road and not the side of the road. While the sight of a deer in the road directly in front of you is bad, seeing the damage done to your car from hitting that moose or deer is even worse.

11 November 2015

Do You Have The Right Tires For Winter?


Harsh winter weather brings with it a host of road hazards. Snow and ice can make it difficult for your tires to get traction, and extreme cold can impact your tires' air pressure. Before winter strikes, it's important to make sure you have the right tires on your car. Here are a few things to keep in mind to prepare your car for winter weather. Tires For Mild To Moderate Winter Weather

6 November 2015

There Are Different Levels Of Auto Restoration You Can Choose From


If you are a classic car lover, you want your own classic car to be as beautiful as possible. To do that, you need to get it restored. There are different levels of auto restoration that you can choose to use for your car.  Full Concours A full concours restoration is the most extensive restoration that you can choose. Generally a car that has been restored this way is only going to be a showpiece and never be driven again.

23 October 2015

3 Signs That Can Inform You Of A Failing Transmission


Do you drive a manual vehicle? If you do then caring for your transmission is more of a concern than it would be if you drove an automatic vehicle. This is because if you fail to shift your gears in the right time then you could cause some serious damage to your car's transmission system. Because you are in complete control of how your transmission operates, you will want to be sure that you check for signs that your transmission is failing.

14 October 2015

Finding And Repairing Leaks In Your RV: How To Spot The Trouble Spots


Just as houses are susceptible to leaks and water damage, so are RVs. The biggest difference is that RVs can trap mold spores within their walls and the lack of air circulation in an RV contributes to rapid development and major breathing problems for anyone who enters. You will want to watch for and eradicate any signs of leaks and/or water damage on both the inside and outside of the RV.

24 September 2015

How To Choose The Right Mechanic For Your German Car


If you drive a German car, you might consider it to be your pride and joy. However, one thing that might annoy you about your car is having it maintained and repaired. Unlike many cars, you shouldn't just take your German car to the average repair shop. Otherwise, you might end up with a mechanic who doesn't know how to work on your vehicle, or you could find that you have warranty issues for not having your car maintained and repaired by a certified, approved mechanic.

16 September 2015

Adding Tint To Your Vehicle's Windows


If you do not like direct sunlight coming into your vehicle, you may want to consider darkening your panes with window tint. Adding tint to your vehicle's windows is not that difficult to do with the proper materials and a bit of time. Here are some instructions to follow when adding window tint to your vehicle's windows. Preparing The Tint Window tint is available for purchase in a kit form. The tint comes on a roll and there is a spray enclosed in the packaging to help you adhere the tint to your windows.

11 September 2015