Protecting Your Vintage Vehicle for the Rest of Your Life: How It’s Done

Finally, when you reach that point in your life when you can buy that vintage collectible vehicle you have always wanted, you suddenly realize that you are going to be spending a lot more. It is not just the purchase price of this vehicle that costs a chunk of your nest egg. It is the lifetime of upkeep to make it perfect. Here is how you can invest the least amount of money but still keep your prized vintage vehicle in mint condition for the rest of your life. Read More 

3 Things You Need To Know About Driving With A Cracked Windshield

Your windshield is susceptible to damage from multiple sources during your daily commute, including hail, auto accidents, and flying rocks. Once your windshield is cracked, you may wonder if you can drive with the crack, at least temporarily. Perhaps you are worried that it will take time to make a claim with your insurance, or maybe you are concerned about finding the time to have the crack repaired. Check out a few pieces of important information that may influence your decision to drive with a cracked windshield. Read More 

3 Tips To Reduce Transmission Wear And Problems With Performance

There are many different areas of your car that require routine maintenance. Some of the things that need to be done include changing the oil and having the brakes done. The transmission of your car also needs to have maintenance done to ensure good performance and prevent problems. Here are some tips to help ensure your transmission is always performing as it should: 1. Reduce Transmission Stress by Always Using Your Parking Brake Read More 

What To Know About The Brake Indicator On Your Dashboard

The brake indicators on your dashboard can have different meanings. Knowing what these meanings are can ensure that you prolong the life of your braking system because you are able to take action before the situation becomes worse. Understanding brake light meanings is a safety issue as well, since the braking system is one of the most responsible components of your vehicle for safety. Here's what you should know. Could Be the Emergency Brake: If the brake light indicator shows up on your dashboard, don't be too alarmed since it can simply indicate that your emergency brake is engaged. Read More 

Four Benefits A General Purpose Auto Repair Shop Has Over Specialty Repair Shops

Specialty auto repair shops are great; no, they really are. You have experts in each one that knows exactly how to fix the car parts on which these shops focus. You can never go wrong with these shops, except when your car has been plowed through by a few other cars and trucks on the highway. Then you need a general purpose auto repair shop, because this is where a general purpose repair shop really shines. Read More