Preparing For Roadside Emergencies

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Preparing For Roadside Emergencies

Do you know what to do in the event of a flat tire or a severely damaged windshield? How will you handle issues with your car when you aren't close to your home or a nearby gas station? I want you to be ready for any roadside emergency, which is why I made the blog. In addition to going over the different things you need to keep in your car, you might also learn more about how to stay calm, keep your wits about you, and even joke about the situation. These tips can help you to take what would be an otherwise frustrating situation, and make it enjoyable.


3 Improvements To Classic Car Restorations That Add Real Value

17 April 2018
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Deciding what you want to do with classic car restorations can be difficult, but there are some improvements that help add value. You may want to consider performance improvements, as well as aesthetic improvements. You may also want to consider adding modern comforts to your car, such as air conditioning or automatic windows and doors. Here are some of the improvements that can add real value to your classic car restoration: Read More …

3 Tips For A Safe Solo Road Trip

22 January 2018
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Going on a road trip by yourself is thrilling and liberating, and gives you a chance to see sites you may never see otherwise. On a solo road trip, you get to be in charge of your itinerary and go wherever you like. Unfortunately, being on a road trip by yourself may also make you more vulnerable safety-wise. It's smart to take precautions and plan your road trip with safety in mind. Read More …

Don’t Get Stranded—Recognize A Dying Battery Early On

12 July 2017
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When the battery in your car dies, you aren't going anywhere. This is a situation no vehicle owner ever wants to face. Since battery failure is progressive, knowing how to recognize the warning signs can keep you from getting stranded. Age If you've had your battery for several years, even if you aren't noticing any signs that the battery is failing, failure may be imminent. The average car battery will last somewhere between two and five years. Read More …

3 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Tires During The Summer

5 June 2017
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If you live in a region of the country that gets really hot temperatures in the summer time, you need to pay special attention to your vehicle's tires, as all that hot weather can affect them. Here are a few tips that will help you take care of your vehicle's tires during the heat of summer. #1 Don't Drive On Old Tires One of the best ways to take care of your tires and yourself is by not driving on old tires. Read More …

Three Car Break Down Mistakes To Avoid

7 April 2017
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Breaking down on the side of the highway isn't just frustrating, it can also be a bit frightening depending on the circumstances. The key is to know what to do to remain safe and ensure your vehicle is towed properly. Avoid the following mistakes that could put you or your car in danger. #1: Standing next to your car Getting out of your car is one of the most dangerous things you can do during a highway breakdown, as this increases your chances of injury – or worse – from passing motorists. Read More …