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Cheapest Ways to Renovate Your Car

January 13, 2017 ,

Your car is subjected to a ton of wear and tear. Constant years of depending on it to get you where you need to be along with exposure to harsh and changing weather conditions will leave your car looking worse for wear. While complete renovations may seem costly and time consuming, there are cheap ways to go about renovating your car piece by piece, saving you money while making sure your car looks and drives as good as new. Spring... Read More

The importance of Muffler in a Car and its Maintenance

December 22, 2016 ,

One of the most important parts on your car is the muffler. Located under the rear of the car, it is essentially the exhaust system of your vehicle’s engine. The muffler helps reduce the amount of noise produced by your engine as well as also controlling the backpressure of the engine, which improves the endurance and performance of your car’s engine. Backpressure is created by the engine’s valves moving in all possible directions and colliding and cancelling each other out,... Read More

Buying Replacement Car Batteries Online

December 10, 2016 ,

The Internet has made finding just about anything you can imagine easier than ever. Whether it’s an old movie, vintage piece of clothing or obscure collectible, tracking something down is now just a matter of minutes spent across maybe two or three websites. One area that the Internet has helped even more is in car parts and repair. Finding replacement parts for a particular model vehicle used to be an arduous process and meant time spent at the dealer as... Read More

Proper Use Of Car Air Conditioning

November 11, 2016 ,

There’s no better feeling on a hot day than being able to crank the air conditioning in your car and finally finding a bit of relief from the unbearable heat. It’s arguably one of the most important features in a vehicle as sometimes rolling the windows down just doesn’t cut it, however, it’s important that you know the proper way to use your air conditioning to avoid excessive stress on the engine or reducing your fuel mileage. So before you... Read More

How To Diagnose Slow Tire Leak

October 21, 2016

While drivers may not necessarily strictly adhere to the exact PSI recommendation for their tires, a leaking tire is something that needs to be addressed and repaired immediately for your safety and the safety of other cars on the road. Typically a leak will come from a hole or tear in the tire and can be easily spotted and either patched or replaced depending on the severity. However, much more dangerous is the slow tire leak where the hole or... Read More

Timing Belt Symptoms and Repair Tips

September 30, 2016 ,

An often-overlooked factor in maintaining your vehicle’s engine and even when purchasing a new or used vehicle, is the timing belt. The rubber-timing belt, sometimes a steel timing chain, is the part of your engine that synchronizes the rotation of your crankshaft and camshafts so that your engine’s valves will open and close properly. Because of the constant strain they’re under, they will also begin to wear out over time, which makes replacing them extremely important. Recognizing the signs that... Read More

How to Find Dependable Auto Repair in New Places

September 7, 2016

With all of the lifestyle changes you have to adjust to when moving to a new town, it can be easy to overlook something like auto maintenance and repair. If your vehicle isn’t notorious for having issues or needing work, it’s hard to take the time to look for a place before making the move. However, it can be much easier than you’d expect to find a dependable and quality auto repair shop in your new town. Here are some... Read More

Check Engine Light: What to Check

August 8, 2016 ,

Perhaps the worst part of seeing the check engine light come on in your car is the uncertainty that comes with it. The check engine light can come on for a wide variety of the reasons and while not all of them are as costly and as massive as you may think, it’s important to know where to look first and what the most common causes will turn on the check engine light and how to fix them as fast... Read More

Driving Tips For Long Summer Trips

July 8, 2016

Nothing embodies summer quite like a long road trip. Whether it’s with family or friends, packing up the car and heading out on a road trip is a rite of passage.   With those long trips in the hot summer months there are more and more drivers on the road and families on vacation can create far more traffic than usual so it’s important to stay more prepared and aware. Here are some tried and true tips for staying safe... Read More

How to Keep Up Your Porsche Performance For Years

June 14, 2016

You’ve finally done it, after years spent looking and researching all sorts of models; you’ve finally found the exact Porsche of your dreams. From the second you slipped behind the wheel and turned it on you knew that it was the car for you and that you can never imagine owning another car again.   Porsche is known as one of the highest brands of luxury vehicle and for good reason; with seemingly endless amenities and comforts along with cutting... Read More