Don’t Let Auto Body Damage Drag You Down

If you've been involved in an accident and your car or truck has a few dents and dings in its body, you have more problems on your hands than a cosmetic mess. Some major changes could affect the way you drive, spend gas money and stay safe on the road. Before dismissing a few dents as a minor problem, consider a few hazards that may cost you more if you delay. Read More 

Tips For Buying A Used Semi Truck

Buying a used semi truck isn't that different from buying a used car. Ultimately, your goal is to purchase a truck with all major systems in good repair, even if some small repairs are needed. These tips will help you identify a truck that will perform well and meet your needs.  Ask to See Service Records A semi truck should be seen for service approximately every 10,000 miles, including oil changes and tune ups. Read More 

3 Symptoms That Your Car Is Unhealthy

Owning a car is very exciting. Many people look forward to the day when they will have a car that is all their own. However, owning a car is also a lot of work. It will require a lot of maintenance and attention. That is why it is important that you know how to detect problems with your car. Just like your body, you can keep it healthy by recognizing the early symptoms that there are problems. Read More 

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