Don't Do These Things In Your Brand New Vehicle

If you have just bought a new car or truck, then you will, of course, want to make sure you do everything possible to make sure you keep that new vehicle running great for as long as you possibly can and reduce your need for car or truck repair services. The way you treat your new car or truck can make all the difference in the way that car treats you in the future.   Read More...

To Hail And Back: Repairing Your Car After A Severe Storm

Precipitation plays a key role in the sustaining of all life on earth. Unfortunately, some types of precipitation can wreak havoc on your property. If you live in an area where severe hailstorms occur on a regular basis, you need to be prepared to address hail damage to the body of your car.  Facts About Hailstones To appreciate the amount of damage that a hailstone can cause when it collides with your car, it can be helpful to understand what hailstones are and how they form.   Read More...

Modern Remote Starter Systems Make Driving More Comfortable and Convenient

While remote starters have been around for decades, advances in technology along with smartphone integration have made remote starters more useful than ever before. Not only can they start your car (along with its heating or air conditioning system) remotely, but modern remote starters can track your car with an onboard GPS locator and are fully integrated into your car's electronics, allowing you to control features like seat heaters from your smartphone.   Read More...

3 Reasons DIY Auto Body Repair Isn't Recommended

If you have been in an accident with some auto body damage, you may be tempted to make the repairs on your own. After all, it's only auto body repairs rather than internal repairs that affect driving performance. However, auto body repairs aren't as easy as it seems. Here are three reasons why DIY repairs are not recommended: Matching Paint is Not Easy: First of all, you are probably going to have to repaint areas where you have had to repair a dent or scratch.   Read More...

Thinking Of Buying A Damaged RV? What To Know

If you are looking at an RV that has some minor body damage, but the seller is listing the RV for a very low and affordable price, there are some things you can do to see if the vehicle is a smart investment. The seller may not want to deal with fixing the RV, or may want to move on to a newer or bigger model. Here are some of the things that you want to do before you purchase the RV, and before you start investing your own money into it.   Read More...