We all have been there, driving around and we hear the dinging sound of our low fuel light. Most of us put our full faith in our vehicles to tell us when we need to do something, even when they are about to run out of gas. How costly is ... Read More
“Remember to get your oil change after every 3,000 miles!” Not no more! Oil today has advanced so far in comparison to about 30 years ago when you needed to get an oil change after every 3,000 miles. We only keep ... Read More
Whether you like hot weather or cold, you have to recognize that summer is coming. And with it comes picnics, pool parties, barbeques, and summer car trouble. Yeah, winter doesn't bring the only ... Read More
If your car has completely gone to scrap but you feel bad about just dumping it, there are a few things you can do to be more environmentally friendly. If it's just the engine that's gone, of course, buying a used engine ... Read More
So your car is sparkling clean outside, but what about the inside? Pop cans, wrappers, crumbs, tissues, stains... any number of things can cover the inside of a car, and every so often it's helpful to clear all of that out of your car.
Cleansing Rituals: How to Clean Your Car
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It's that time of year again. The birds are singing, the snow is melting, and the flowers are coming out. And that means bird droppings, mud, and pollen are getting all over your car. Time to whip out the terrycloth and give your car a good scrubbing.
At Home Car Wash
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Saving money and gas - good things to do. One simple way to save on both is to make sure your car is aligned well.
One simple way to make sure your car is aligned well is to check your tire treads. One way to do this is to use ... Read More
Aside from your engine, the transmission in your car is one of the most important parts to keep your car running smoothly. Cars function best at high rotations, but the can't start, stop, or drive slowly at the same rotation speed. Your transmission, whether you're in ... Read More
Not to bring up engines overheating again, but if yours is, it may be because of a coolant leak. Other signs include coolant on your garage floor, the smell of antifreeze in the air, or your engine exploding into clouds ... Read More