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  • 5 Rules For Pulling Parts At An Auto Recycling Center

    18 January 2016

    The auto recycler, also known as a used part or salvage yard, can be a treasure trove of parts for your vehicle. It can even provide you with a part time income if you have some knowledge of cars and want to begin selling some valuable parts to car enthusiasts. If you have never visited a recycling center before, there are some basic unwritten rules that you should be aware of.

  • How To Get Compensation For A Collision Car Repair

    16 June 2015

    When you are involved in a collision, you want to make sure you get your car fixed as soon as possible so you can get back to your normal life. However, in order to get your car repaired, you need the money from the insurance company. The process of getting that money will be easier when you know what your auto insurance company is looking for in terms of estimates.

  • Tips To Help You Care For Your RV Tires

    1 March 2015

    If you think having a blowout in compact car is frightening, imagine having one in an RV. For this reason, the importance of caring for your RV tires is vital to yours and your family's safety. Check out these tips about how you can get the longest and safest wear from your RV tires. Always Make Pre-Trip Tire Inspections Before you set out on a road trip, making a close inspection of your tires is essential for a safe ride.

  • Helpful Accessories To Utilize For Snowmobile Users

    23 February 2015

    One of the best things to do in the snow is to drive a snowmobile. These machines can do some incredible things, and in order to enhance your adventures, you need to invest in these snowmobile accessories: Aluminum Trailer In order to safely transport your snowmobile around, you are going to want to invest in an aluminum trailer. These trailers are lightweight, so you don't have to worry about your vehicle being affected as much by the trailer.

  • Five Uses For Rust Inhibitor Spray You May Never Have Thought Of

    23 January 2015

    Rust inhibitor spray has always been an auto accessory. Applied either in the factory before the cars are sold or after the sale of a car, it prevents rust and seals the underside of the car's doors and tire wells. However, there are many more uses for rust inhibitor spray, some of which you probably never considered before now. Bicycle Protection If you commute to work by bicycle or you are a cycling enthusiast, then you know that your bike gets battered by rainstorms.

  • Air Bubbles In The Cooling System: Not As Harmless As They Sound

    7 January 2015

    If you're a new trucker, still getting used to being out on the open road by yourself, you know that keeping an eye on how everything in the truck is working is essential both for safety and for your own peace of mind. No matter how much training you have, finally driving a semi truck can still be nerve-wracking, and knowing that your truck is running well can keep you calm.

  • To Tip Or Not To Tip The Tow Guy?

    5 January 2015

    Whether you're stuck in a snow bank, on the side of the road with a blown tire or in a parking lot with a dead battery, a tow truck driver from a company like Exit 48-24 Hour Repair is always there to get you out of a jam. As a result, many appreciative drivers feel obligated to give their drivers a tip for their troubles. But before you tip your tow truck driver, you might want to find out if it's necessary at all.

  • Auto Body Repair: Two Ways To Repair Hail Damage

    29 December 2014

    If you live somewhere that sees freezing cold temperatures in the winter, you might have to worry about hail. Hail is made up of large balls of ice that can be disastrous for your car. Not only can they scratch your shiny paint shop, but large pieces of hail can actually cause dent and other types of damage. If you have small dents from hail, these two ways may help you repair the damage on your own: