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 It was old, outdated, and incredibly unreliable.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.