Helpful Tips To Save A Little Money On An Auto Repair

If you are not interested in spending a lot of money on the cost of an upcoming auto repair bill, then you are going to want to learn how you can reduce it. To help you do just that, take a few moments to check out the following helpful tips. Go Check Out The Salvage Yard There are a lot of good working parts found at a salvage yard, and they are generally much more affordable than they would be if you were forced to have to buy them brand new. Read More 

What Every Driver Should Know About Examining Brake Fluid

If your brake pedal has started to feel a little bit soft or spongy under your feet, it's a key indication that there's a problem with your brake lines. It can be caused by air in the brake lines or low brake fluid. In some cases, it can also be the result of degraded fluid that needs to be flushed and replaced. If you've never looked under the cover of your master cylinder, here are the basics you need to know about checking and bleeding your brakes. Read More 

4 Steps For Storing Your Classic Car

Acquiring a classic car isn't easy – it can take a lot of saving up money, and a lot of labor if it's a car that you restored yourself. Naturally, you'll want to keep it in pristine condition, and that means storing it properly when you're not going to be driving it for a while. If the car is going to sit in storage for weeks or months, you can't just drive it into the garage and shut the door. Read More 

2 Signs That Your Car Needs Servicing

Owning your own car is an exciting thing. Many people look forward to the day when they will be able to own a car. But before you take on such a big responsibility, it is important that you educate yourself on how to properly care for your car. Just like your body, your car will show signs when it is beginning to be unhealthy and needing repairs. Here are some warning signs to look for in your car. Read More 

Is Your Master Cylinder Failing? Symptoms You Should Know

Your brake system's master cylinder controls the flow and pressure of the brake fluid through your brake lines. When you press the brake pedal, the master cylinder forces the air out of the reservoir and into the brake lines. From there it flows to the calipers to pressurize the piston and compress the brake pad against the rotor. If your master cylinder is failing, it can threaten the integrity of your entire braking system. Read More