3 Things You May Not Know About Collision Repair

When it comes to having your car repaired, many people wonder what they need to do in order to streamline the process. However,  having your car fixed is about more than finding a repair shop and working with your insurance company to pay for the improvements. Here are three things you may not know about collision repair, and how this information could help you to improve your car's outcome.  1. You Can Choose Your Collision Repair Provider Read More 

Tire Care For New Cars

Your new car might be the most exciting thing about your life right now, and your primary focus is likely preserving the new appearance of the vehicle while taking it all around. Your eyes may be constantly drawn to the car's exterior and any signs of staining on seats or carpets inside the car, but tires also deserve attention. What tire care is possible at this stage? Watch Your Driving Read More 

How To Get Rid Of That Old Car You No Longer Want

If you have a vehicle that you no longer want and that you do not want to spend a lot of time trying to sell to someone through advertisements, you may feel as though you do not have many options. However, there are a few great things you can do in order to get something out of the vehicle and to no longer have to deal with it sitting in your driveway. Read More 

Understanding The Differences When Servicing Your Diesel Powered Vehicle

Cars and trucks all need routine maintenance and service periodically and it doesn't matter if they are powered by a gasoline engine or a diesel power plant. The difference is what needs to be serviced on these diesel engines. While there are some things these engines share, there are some things that are unique to the diesel as well. Here are some examples of what you need to consider when servicing your diesel-powered vehicle. Read More 

5 Warning Signs Of Worn Brakes

When you're driving down the interstate, music blaring, wind in your hair, it's difficult to forget that you're driving a machine made out of twisted steel and potentially weighing over 1,000 lbs. That's pretty dangerous. There are a lot of things you need to look out for when providing maintenance to your car. One of the things you need to be on the look out for in order to prevent your car into turning into a flaming ball of that twisted steel are warning signs of worn brakes. Read More