If you are in the market for a better car, it can be difficult to figure out what you need, what will work well for you long term, and what you need to do in order to drive safely. I started thinking about the intricacies of car ownership a few years ago, and since then it has been difficult to find a ride that I really love and that works well for my lifestyle. However, with the right amount of dedication and an open mind, you can find the perfect vehicle. Check out this blog for great information on car care.
29 July 2017
As a business owner in the contracting field, you might find yourself in the position where you need to haul large equipment or building materials. Because of the size of everything, including the truck or flatbed itself, you will need to make sure that you are taking the following tips into consideration. This way, you will stay within the limits of the law, everyone will remain safe, and you will be able to get everything to the location it needs to be at in order to complete your work.
21 April 2017
After your car has been damaged in a collision, you may notice that the engine does not work as well as it used to, even after repairs. It may be more difficult to get your car to start. You may smell a lot of oil and your car may be overheating. So what's wrong with your car and what can be done about it? Oil Leaks Modern cars are designed to detect when the oil levels are low and are designed to prevent the car from starting.
21 April 2017
When it's time to replace the tires on your truck, you may be wondering what you can do with your old ones. While it's easy enough to have a tire shop recycle them, you might be surprised to find out all of the things you can do with them on your own. Beyond the traditional tire swing, here are several unique options for things that you can do with your old truck tires to put them to good use.
13 March 2017
There's nothing worse than starting your car to go to work and all you hear is a clicking or whining noise that signals a dead battery. A car battery can die for a number of reasons. A common reason your car won't start is an old battery, but other things could be to blame too. Maybe you left the lights on overnight, or perhaps the temperature dropped so low it strained the battery.
9 March 2017
A family road trip is an opportunity to spend time together and make memories that will last a lifetime. When your family vacation requires driving long distances, the last thing you want is for your vehicle to break down and need to be towed to an auto repair center or shop. Luckily, being proactive before your road trip can greatly reduce the likelihood of you and your family being left stranded on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck when you're supposed to be having a fun vacation.