2 Reasons To Have A Damaged Windshield Repaired Or Replaced

Driving around with a damaged windshield can often be a very risky prospect, mostly because of the various ways in which the damaged windshield can make it dangerous for you to operate your vehicle. Listed below are two reasons to have a damaged windshield repaired or replaced as quickly as possible. Save A Lot Of Money One of the main reasons to have a damaged windshield replaced as soon as possible is the fact that even a minor crack can end up costing you a lot of money over time. Read More 

How To Set Up Your Car’s Suspension And Wheel Alignment For Autocross Racing

Autocross courses are extremely compact. Since there aren't any long straightaways, having a lot of horsepower won't help you improve your lap times all that much. If you want to modify your car to deliver the fastest autocross lap times possible, focus on your car's suspension setup rather than performing engine modifications.  Performance Lowering Springs You want to get your car's center of gravity as close to the ground as possible to reduce body roll. Read More 

Answers To 4 Common Questions Concerning The Car Manufacturer Emissions Testing Scandal

If you keep up with the news, you're well aware of the recent fuel emissions scandal in which a German car manufacturer was accused of, and admitted to, cheating U.S. fuel emissions testing. The company produced diesel cars that, through illegal software, could detect the moment they were being subjected to government emissions testing and switch into a safe mode that produced test results far superior than those which the vehicles were actually capable of. Read More 

How To Repaint Your Tire’s Worn Or Faded Raised Lettering

If your own a tire with raised lettering that has lost its white appearance, then you can restore the original look by repainting the worn-down letters. However, successfully repainting rubber requires you to use the right paint and to properly prepare the surface of the tires. Below is what you will need as well as a list of tools and materials to get the job done right: Repainting white lettering on tires - Tools and materials needed Read More 

Dealing With a Bad Head Gasket? Here’s What You’ll Need to Know

Sandwiched in between the cylinder head and block, the head gasket helps prevent coolant from leaking into the cylinder and oil passages. When the head gasket fails, the gradual loss of coolant not only causes the engine to overheat, but it can also contaminate the oil and promote faster wear of rings, pistons and other moving parts. Needless to say, ignoring a bad head gasket is the quickest way to a pretty expensive repair bill. Read More