Six Car Fixes You Shouldn’t Try on Your Own

March 31st, 2018 by

The median age of cars on U.S. roads is now 11.6 years. If you’re hoping to get a decade or more out of your car, though, you must stay on top of repairs and regular maintenance. An otherwise small mechanical problem could turn into a bigger, more costly problem. With that said, there are some

What Standard Safety Features Should Your Rental Car Have?

March 26th, 2018 by

People often purchase rental cars once they reach a destination to enjoy themselves without having to worry about things like car maintenance or repairs or bringing the old family car along. With the advent of new technology, there are many features in modern cars you’ll want to have with you as you explore your destination.

What Does it Mean to Winterize Your Car?

March 26th, 2018 by

You’ve heard that it’s important to winterize your car, but you’re not exactly sure what steps that entails. Whether you’re a first-time car owner facing cold weather or you’re an experienced driver who has recently moved to a cooler climate, here are the steps you should take to keep your car running at its best

On the Lot: Tips to Make Your Physical Location Better

March 16th, 2018 by

Businesses large and small all depend on customers purchasing their product or service to make a profit. One of the most important factors in encouraging customers to purchase your product or service is your location. Location is extremely important for any business, but how can a business determine which location will set them up for

2018 Will be the Year of the Hood Scoop

March 12th, 2018 by

Hood scoops will be very popular this year because they completely enhance how general automobiles operate. If you place one of these parts on the vintage or modern car, you’ll notice performance perks on the road. However, to make strategic adjustments like a seasoned mechanic, you must fully understand how a typical scoop functions. Modern

Why is Your Engine Light On? Most Common Diagnoses

March 2nd, 2018 by

There are few things more frustrating than seeing the Check Engine light enabled on your car’s dash. This light doesn’t tell you much on its own, but it is a sure sign you’ll need to spend some time and money getting your car fixed. If you can’t tell what’s wrong yourself, you might want to