Bought A Car? Two Reasons Why You Should Get Custom Tires
18 November 2016
Whether you've bought a brand new car or one that is gently used, it can be incredibly exciting to get behind the wheel of a vehicle that you've recently purchased. You get the opportunity to get acclimated to the way that the automobile drives, as well as possibly having the chance to enjoy some new features that can enhance your driving experience. While you may think the car is perfectly fine as it is, there is another way to make it even better: Getting custom tires.
Three Tips for Making Sure a Used Car You Just Bought Lasts As Long As Possible
13 October 2016
It's understandable if you're a little suspicious about buying a used car because of all the unexpected maintenance issues that can develop. But as long as you're both careful and thorough, most of these maintenance problems can either be dealt with quite easily or headed off long before they become a problem. If you're unsure of what to do after you've bought a used car, start with these three tips to make your car last as long as possible.
Tips For Saving Cash On Truck Parts
23 October 2015
Whether you truck needs a repair or you are looking to customize it, the parts necessary can add up in cost. Fortunately, there are several ways that you can save money without compromising quality. The following tips can help you find the best deal on the truck parts you want and need.
Tip #1: Do Your Research
This is especially true for custom parts, but necessary for every part you put into your truck.
Why Rebuilding A Transmission Seem To Take A Long Time
20 October 2015
You have probably heard that the process of rebuilding a transmission is complicated, costly, and long. Many people are as concerned with the duration of the repair as they are with the cost. It's good to know how long the process takes so that you don't harangue your mechanic about "unnecessary delays." The duration depends on different factors and processes, such as these:
Not every transmission problem has to be solved by rebuilding it.