When it comes to getting ready for a long road trip, there are many things vehicle owners need to think about. This is a good time to get the car tuned up, and the oil changed. It is also a good time to discuss the needs for new tires.
Monthly Archives: March 2018
Why You Should Keep a Maintenance Log (FREE DOWNLOADABLE)
We’re all busy people with a lot of things on our minds. While we can convince ourselves that our memories won’t fail us, it’s easier said than done. Remembering is especially important when it comes to our vehicle’s maintenance.
How To Change a Flat Tire
You’re driving to an important meeting or doctors appointment when you hear that awful flapping noise coming from your back tire. Looks like you’ve got a flat.
Springtime Hazards for Homeowners and Drivers – Make sure you’re ready!
April showers might bring May flowers but spring weather, in general, can bring about a whole new set of problems too. Many of them hitting you where it hurts most: your wallet.
What To Do if you’re Pulled Over
Getting pulled over by the police, even for the slightest infraction, can be an uncomfortable and emotional ordeal. Especially for those who have never been pulled over in the past, and are unsure of how to act. In any case, there are a few things that any driver should know should they be stopped.
12 Must-Do’s Before Buying a House
Buying a house is an exciting feat that many people dream of accomplishing at some point in their life. At the same time, it’s probably the largest investment you’ll make. So, before diving into the world of homeownership here’s a list of steps you should take.
5 Car Maintenance Tasks You Can Do Yourself
We all try to play the saving game as best as we can. However, when even the smallest of things go wrong with our cars, it’s easier to schedule time at the shop than try to fix it ourselves, costing us quite a bit of money in the process. And while many things should be left to the professionals, there are a couple of tasks that you can easily check or fix at home.
Road Rage – How to Avoid “Hulking Out” When Driving
Road rage – It gets even the best of us. You’re calmly driving to your destination when another driver decides to cut you off, nearly hitting your car in the process. In this or any other similar scenario, it can be very easy to fall back on anger.
Give Your Car a Security Checkup this Spring
Soon, many of us will undertake that thorough yearly ritual known as spring cleaning. It’s a time to clean up, check out and repair the important things in your life. There’s no better time to do it than when the weather is nice.
Seatbelts aren’t for decoration – Why you should always wear yours
Putting on a seat belt should already be an immediate response after getting in any car – both as a driver or a passenger.