29 January 2015
In the wintertime, it is important to take a few extra steps in car maintenance procedures to make sure your car is running its best. Cold weather can cause a bunch of troubles for cars, so taking the time to check over parts that can be affected by cooler temperatures can make the difference between a trip to your car mechanic or smooth driving. Here are some tips for you to use to keep your car maintained during the colder season.
19 January 2015
If you have decided you would like to purchase a motorcycle, you will need to evaluate a few things in advance to be able to get the best bike to suit your specific needs. You want to make sure you get a bike that will perform to your standards for a cost you can afford. Here are some tips to use when deciding which type of bike you want to buy for yourself.
15 January 2015
Have you just been involved in a car accident? If so, you have likely experienced some damages to the body of your vehicle. Before you go out and have these damages fixed, you will want to know which step to take when it comes to using your insurance coverage or paying out of pocket. You may not know, but using your insurance coverage to pay for the repairs can potentially cost you in the long run, as filing a claim to cover costly auto body repairs can spike your insurance premium.
12 January 2015
Genuine name-brand parts from a manufacturer, often called original equipment manufacturer or OEM parts, are often more expensive than off-brand parts. They may even need to be purchased or ordered from your dealer, whereas off-brand parts are readily available at auto supply stores. Since they are more expensive and may be more difficult to get, why should you invest in these parts when making repairs to your car? There are many good reasons why these parts are worth the investment; consider just three of them here.
18 December 2014
Buying a used car is a great way to save money, but it's important to make sure that the car is in good shape. Here are a few maintenance steps to take to ensure your used car is in good condition: Check PSI Range of Tires One of the most important steps to do is to check the PSI (pounds per square inch) of each tire. If you don't and they are not aired up correctly, your used car may have handling problems on the road.
17 December 2014
Your car is a major investment, and it is a machine that needs to be properly maintained in order for it to function properly. However, if you're like a lot of people, you are doing a few things that can lead to expensive repairs and extensive wear and tear. Here are four mistakes you might be making that could ruin your car over time. Waiting to Get an Oil Change