3 Tips For Safely Using A Car Hauler

If you are planning to travel across the country in an RV, you may want to take your passenger vehicle along with you to make excursions away from the RV more convenient. Towing your vehicle behind your RV on a car hauler can be a simple way to ensure you always have access to a vehicle as you make stops on your road trip. Safety should be a concern when using a car hauler, and here are three tips that you can keep in mind to ensure your road trip doesn't end in disaster. [Read More]

Taking A Look At The Benefits Of Paintless Dent Repair For Your Vehicle

The investment you have in your vehicle is certainly worth the time to care for it. When you take the time to care for your car, you may find a dent in it an aggravation because it interrupts the perfection you work so hard to maintain. You may spend time and money washing and waxing your car on a regular basis to keep its paint shining and looking like new. In the event someone's grocery cart rolls back and hits your car in a parking lot or another car bumps into you while trying to back out of a parking space, you may find the dent left behind looks bad and can be the start of rust and corrosion. [Read More]

Preparing for Your Holiday Road Trips: Car-Maintenance Tips for You

When you and your immediate family are planning on traveling to visit your extended family for the holidays, there are a large number of plans and preparations that you need to make. Among those many preparations is getting your car ready for the long trips to get to your holiday gatherings. Oftentimes, worries about packing and presents can become the main focus of these travel plans, and the idea that the car is in good repair may just be taken for granted. [Read More]

DIY Auto-AC Refueling Fails Many Vehicle Owners Make

In the dead heat of the summer season, you climb in your car, turn on the air, and start to notice that your AC system is no longer blowing nice, refreshing coldness as usual. Unfortunately, the problem just continues to get worse. If you are like many auto owners, when your AC system starts to fail, you will head to the local auto-parts store for a can of refrigerant and attempt to refill your AC compressor on your own. [Read More]