3 Tips For Keeping Your Car Battery From Freezing

When you are driving in the winter, you should always be cautious and aware of any rain, ice or snow. However, this is not the only thing to be concerned about in the cold weather. You also have to worry about your car battery. If your car battery freezes, you might find yourself stuck somewhere in the freezing cold with a car that refuses to start. Here are some ways to prevent that from happening. Read More 

Keeping Your Coolant: Common Sources Of Coolant Leaks

Your car's cooling system routes the coolant from the engine through the radiator. While it's in the radiator, the air coming through the vents will cool it down. Some engines also have a fan to push air through the radiator for more efficient cooling. Once the coolant has flowed through the radiator, it's sent back to the heater core. The closed circuit of the cooling system allows you to fill the radiator and maintain the coolant level unless there's a leak. Read More 

Common Misconceptions Concerning Charging Your Cell Phone With A Car Charger

You carry it in your pocket, it goes with you to work, school, and everywhere else you go in a day. A cell phone is most likely one thing that you never leave home without. Unfortunately, cell phone batteries are not infinite, and you will sometimes have get recharged even when away from home. Keeping a plug-in car charger in your car is incredibly convenient. However, there are some people who refuse to use a car charger thanks to a few common misconceptions. Read More 

Staying Alert While On The Road

Every day, people are involved in car accidents. In fact, just in the U.S., over 37,000 people die every year in auto accidents.  In many of these cases, the driver was distracted. Most of these accidents could have been avoided had the driver done things differently. While most accidents don't involve fatalities, many accidents cause injuries that could have been avoided. With so much money going into the safety of vehicles, it is important that drivers take responsibility for their actions while on the road. Read More 

Stopping Your Vehicle When Your Brakes Fail

The braking system of your vehicle is one of the most important parts in keeping you and your vehicle safe from an impact. If you drive with faulty brakes, you risk having an accident from not being able to come to a complete stop. Many people will panic if they press their brake pedal to find out it is not doing anything to stop the vehicle. Here are a few quick action answers to a braking system that seems to not be in working order. Read More