Tips For Being Prepared For Your Car Breaking Down

Having your car break down while you are on a trip can quickly ruin your trip and put you in extreme danger. Due to the fact that most people will only rarely encounter vehicle problems, they may often be unsure of what they should be doing to prepare for these inconvenient events. Take Preventative Maintenance Steps Prior To Long Drives Prior to driving your car on a long trip, you should always have it serviced before you leave. Read More 

Professional Window Tinting Is Better Than DIY

You can find tinting kits at automotive stores and on the internet, you may wonder why you should ever take your car in for professional tinting. After all, a DIY kit could save you money and time. The problem is that if you botch your tinting job, it will be nearly impossible to hide the job you've poorly done. In fact, you run the risk of your car wearing the bad tinting like a badge of your ineptitude for years to come. Read More 

Tips For Saving Money On The Repair Of Damages To Your Automobile

Whether you need to have the body of your vehicle repaired from an accident from a long time ago, or because it was just recently damaged from a hail storm, you may need a professional auto body technician, like the ones at Dent Tech, to do a lot of the work for you. Should you find that you do not have an insurance policy that is going to cover this expense for you, you will be left to look for ways in which you can save some money on the expense. Read More 

A Few Common Repair Issues For A BMW

Almost every automobile has its quirks, some small things that the manufacturers just can't seem to get completely right. While these quirks are not of major concern or alarm, they can be frustrating. When you are talking about a vehicle like a BMW it is definitely aggravating. You bought the vehicle expecting to have a car with a great reputation for quality and longevity, not expecting silly little problems. However, to better prepare you, here are the common quirks of a BMW. Read More 

Three Oil Change Mistakes To Avoid

The oil change is the most basic of car maintenance tasks. The frequency at which it is done depends on the manufacturer specifications for your make and model, but it's generally recommended for every 3000 to 5000 miles. There are a few mistakes to avoid when it comes to your car's oil if you want to ensure it stays in peak running condition. #1: Not checking your oil between changes Read More