Unfortunately, a vehicle heater failure could strike when you need that warm air the most. An automobile heater that isn’t working properly isn’t the end of the world though.
Protect yourself from vehicle vandalism on Halloween
As Devil’s Night rolls around again this year, it’s important to protect yourself from vehicle vandalism. Halloween is a busy night for car and truck owners—and their insurance providers—as vandals are prone to take their festive celebrations a little too far. Tips for repairing or replacing your windshield How to protect vehicle paint There are […]
How to take care of your vehicle’s exhaust pipe
Your exhaust pipe is easier to damage than you’d think and it can be difficult to fix. Serious issues with your exhaust often indicate flaws in the vehicle’s internal components – enough to bring your car to a screeching halt.
How to maintain your vehicle during back to school
Back to school time can be stressful. The last thing you want to worry about is a last-minute fix for your vehicle. Thankfully, issues can be prevented before they appear – it just takes a bit of foresight and planning.
How to replace your alternator
If you’re having issues starting your car, or your electrical features aren’t functioning properly, you may need to replace your alternator.
The future of diesel vehicles
Diesel was on the brink of becoming an energy-efficient source of power, but that trajectory was halted by a scandal in 2015 that seemingly scared car manufacturers away from integrating diesel powertrains.
How to change spark plugs
Building a vehicle engine is a complex and intricate process that intrigues mechanics and car fans all over the world. How To Make Your Vehicle Last For Years Leaks, vibrations and squealing: signs your vehicle needs maintenance
How is a car engine made? Can I build my own?
Building a vehicle engine is a complex and intricate process that intrigues mechanics and car fans all over the world. DIY Spring Tune Up with GM Parts – Part 2: Spark Plugs Tips to Tackle Your First Big Car Repair From A Fellow Rookie Mechanics can fix or replace your engine, but it’s still helpful […]
Keep your vehicle safe — avoid potholes
It’s that wonderful time of year when our roads show widespread damage after the winter – as we navigate crumbling pavement and try to avoid potholes during our daily commutes.
Leaks, vibrations and squealing: signs your vehicle needs maintenance
Your vehicle has many ways of telling you about maintenance troubles — beyond the trusted dashboard warning lights. Every driver should be aware of their vehicle’s need for attention, which is always a telling sign it’s time for a visit to a trusted mechanic. Squealing, grinding and vibrating … oh my Given that brakes are […]