A few years back, it occurred to me that we had to do something about our vehicle. It was old, outdated, and incredibly unreliable. We were never sure if it would live longer than our next road trip, so we started doing what we could to make some changes. We went through, decided to replace some of the parts, and then focused on avoiding problems during our daily drives. Within a few weeks, the vehicle was running better, and we knew that we had protected the engine. This website is all about choosing the right car and knowing how to streamline problems.
22 January 2019
Frigid temperatures, rough roadways, and ice—it's only natural to wonder if the tires on your vehicle will be able to stand up to winter driving. If your tires are looking a little bad before the winter season sets in, it may be best to go ahead and have them replaced. The truth is, there are a lot of things that can be problematic for your car tires in the winter, so yes, winter driving can be a bit harder on your tires than driving in the summer.
10 April 2018
When you have a child that is heading off to college, you likely feel a combination of pride in their accomplishments and worry about their safety and well-being as they head out on their own for the first time. As such, you may want to take some steps to ensure they are as safe as possible on the roads as they travel to college and get around while they are at college.
26 February 2018
A car that struggles to start can be a pain to deal with, especially if you are running late for an appointment, school, or work. If your car was in an accident and has body damage, it can be the reason for the engine struggling to work. Take measures to get the problem fixed as soon as possible if you don't want to end up with the vehicle stopping when least expected.
25 February 2018
If you own a car, you likely understand that regular maintenance is key to keep things in good shape. That said, while most car owners know to keep an eye on everything under the hood, there's one aspect of your car you might not spend a lot of time thinking about but is absolutely crucial to the vehicle's performance: the brakes. If you want to be able to go a long time on your current brakes before having to head to the auto shop for a brake replacement, here are a few tips to keep in mind.
20 February 2018
Cars typically do not last forever. In fact, most cars will wear out after 10 years or more, and these cars may need so much work that it is not worth fixing them. If you have a car like this that is taking up space in your driveway or yard, why not sell it? There's really no reason to hold on to a car you will never be able to drive again, especially when there are companies that will buy it from you.