Winter Tire Maintenance Tips
20 October 2015
Studded snow tires may be a good idea if you live somewhere with heavy snow and icy winters. The studs in the tread give you extra traction, which can help ensure that your car can traverse the ice without a slide-off. The following tips can help keep you safe on the road while also ensuring the snow tires are properly maintained.
Tip #1: Go for Professional Installation
It may be tempting to switch out your snow tires on your own, especially if they are mounted on their own rims.
Vehicle Betterment And What It Means For Your Car Repair Costs
16 April 2015
Auto insurance policies are full of tricks and loopholes that most people don't even realize when they sign up for the policy, and one of these little caveats is a betterment clause. This pesky little segment of your insurance policy has the potential to cost you a pretty penny if you're involved in an accident, but many people don't understand exactly how betterment works, what it entails for your repair costs, or how to avoid paying it.
Signs That Your Engine Might Need Repairs
1 April 2015
Learning that your vehicle might be in need of engine repair can be a tough thing to swallow. However, thinking about the further damage that can be caused by ignoring engine trouble can be even worse. Therefore, you might want to take a few minutes to review the following signs that might indicate that you are in need of a mechanic known for his or her skills with engine repairs.
5 Tips Prepare Your Car For Summer And Avoid Breakdowns
3 March 2015
Car owners spend a lot of time winterizing their cars to prepare for snowy, icy, salty roads, but what about getting your car ready for summer? There are actually several steps car owners should take to make sure their cars are ready for the hot summer months that lie ahead. Here are five things you can do to keep your car in great shape for the summer.
Get Your Cooling System Flushed