3 Tips To Lengthen The Life Of Your Tires

Your tires on your vehicle do a lot for your car. They help keep control of your car when you drive, they can help with gas mileage, and they can also help with braking. If your tires are in bad shape, your car shouldn't be on the road, as it can make your car very dangerous. If your tires are damaged, you should get them repaired or replaced immediately before you attempt to drive anywhere. Read More 

2 Things The Puddles Under Your Car Could Be

When you see a puddle of liquid under your car, there are a number of things that it could be. Some of them are fairly benign, but there are some that are serious issues that you need to get checked out immediately. It can be hard for you to tell what each one is, especially if you have something like an asphalt driveway, and all you can tell is that there is something under your car. Read More 

3 Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make When Choosing An Auto Repair Service

As a car owner, you are probably going to have to take your car to an auto repair service on more than one occasion throughout the lifespan of your car. This means that you might be in the position to look for an auto repair service now or at some point in the near future. Just make sure that you avoid making these mistakes when you are looking for an auto repair service. Read More 

Car Title Registration For The Masses: How It Differs From Private Car Registration

When you buy a car from a dealer, the dealer transfers the title to you. You may or may not have to go to the DMV/DOT to register your vehicle yourself. This is very different from how dealerships, both franchised and independent dealers, title vehicles until the vehicles are sold. Here is a closer look at how title registration for the masses of dealers and massive numbers of cars and trucks work. Read More 

How Ignoring Windshield Damage Puts Your Safety At Risk

Your windshield is your (literal!) window out onto the world as you drive. A windshield that is a dirty, cracked, chipped, or otherwise obscured can be a major safety hazard since it prevents you from clearly seeing what is happening around your car. This is obviously its most important role, but it isn't the only way that it helps to keep you safe. Your windshield is a major safety component of your car, and a damaged windshield can put you and other occupants of your car at serious risk in the event of an accident. Read More