When your child moves up in their teenage years, they may be interested in getting their first car. If you are planning on surprising your child with a car, you should first outfit the vehicle with some extra safety measures. Here are four safety measures that you should equip the car with so that your child remains safe on the road and your mind remains clear: GPS address memory Chances are, your child will be driving to the same place constantly.
1 September 2017
When it comes to maintaining your car, it can be easy to overlook some of the steps that are involved with this process. In particular, it can be common for individuals to fail to maintain car grilles. While this part of the vehicle may seem relatively insignificant, it can lead to a number of performance issues, but you will be able to minimize these issues through the use of a couple of simple maintenance tips.
2 April 2017
Because your car's rims sit so close to the ground, they are constantly exposed to things like moisture, snow and road debris. Over time, all of these things can create the perfect environment for rust to develop. Left untreated, rust progresses and can weaken the integrity of your metal rims. Rust along the edges of the rim can even lead to seeping from your tires, which can cause uneven and untimely wear.
11 July 2016
No matter how much you like your car now, you'll most likely want to trade it in for a newer model somewhere down the line. When that happens, you want to make sure you get top dollar on your trade in. Luckily, there are some easy ways to maximize the resale value of your car while making it look cool in the process. Window Tinting Tinting your windows makes your car look more luxurious and aggressive.
6 July 2016
It is important to make sure that you are well aware of the signs of engine trouble so you can get it to the repair shop as soon as possible. Check out the following signs of possible engine trouble so you can be prepared. The Engine Is Starting To Stall The stalling of the engine is an indication that the engine is not able to function properly. Whether this is because of a sensor that is going bad and is no longer sending the correct signals to your engine, or the engine itself is starting to completely fail, you want to have it checked out by a skilled mechanic.
29 June 2016
Although aluminum trailers generally require less maintenance than their steel counterparts due to their immunity to rust, they still need to be cleaned once in awhile to mitigate other types of corrosion. Additionally, if you want your trailer to always shine as brightly as it did when it was new, you'll need to give it a thorough acid bath every few years. While you're giving this acid bath to your aluminum trailer, remember to avoid these three pitfalls.
27 June 2016
Usually, when you think of automobile junkyards and vintage parts dealers, you're interested in rebuilding a vehicle. But did you know you can also put these places to use to throw a old-fashioned-car themed party for a gearhead in your life? Here's how you can utilize vintage car parts to create the perfect party decor, and when you're done, you'll have some great pieces for your basement, rec room, or man cave.
24 June 2016
Covering a load on a flatbed trailer with a traditional, tie-down tarps can be laborious and tough to handle, especially on when it just one driver putting one on. From slinging it over the load to tying down corners with bungee cords, every step in manually covering a load with a tarp is time-consuming. If you are tired of manually putting on tarps, checking out some of the benefits of rolling tarp systems is a good idea.
17 June 2016