Refinishing Your Older Car

Get Your Car Road-Trip Ready

If you're planning a road trip, driving your own car is a great way to save time and money. However, you want to make sure your vehicle is safe and ready for the road. If you fail to consider these factors, you might find yourself stranded on the side of the highway. Before you head out on your journey, here are some of the safety measures you should take. Tire   Read More...

4 Tips For Finding A Great Collision Repair Service

For most responsible drivers, accidents are a rare occurrence. That said, it is virtually inevitable that you will one day have to seek out an auto body shop after an accident for repair services. The tricky part is not in finding a shop - there are bound to be several nearby - but in finding one that delivers on their promise to restore your vehicle to like-new condition. Take a look below at just a few tips for finding a great repair shop.   Read More...

How To Junk Your Car And Buy Another

If your car is barely running, and you're paying more for repairs than you would for a new car payment, it's definitely past time to get rid of your ride. These are some of the steps you will go through to get a new car: Make Sure It's Junk A junk car is one that won't run without a significant mechanical update. If your car is on its last legs, it may still have some retail value; check with a dealer before you decide junking is the only option.   Read More...

Signs of a Vehicle Brake Line Issue

The braking system of your car is a highly complex system that involves the brake lines, calipers, brake pads, and rotors. To function properly, brake fluid must flow freely through the lines that run to your calipers, to each wheel, and back to the fluid reservoir. When the lines start to fail, so do your brakes. However, it is not always immediately clear that this is happening. Keep reading to learn about some signs that indicate that your brake lines are failing and not another part of the braking system.   Read More...

Choosing The Right Parts When Repair Damage On Your Car

It happens to everyone at some point. You are involved in a minor collision with your car, truck, or SUV, If the accident was minor enough, you might be able to repair the damage yourself but only if you have the parts available for the job, There are several places to get auto body parts for your car or truck and levels of quality that will be available to you.   Read More...