4 Tips For Keeping Your Car In Tip-Top Shape

Ensuring your car is in the best condition is the key to reaching your destination. The last thing you will want to do is have a vehicle that breaks down on the side of the road. This can be both a frustrating and dangerous situation to be in at any time. It's always ideal to know some of the things you can do on a routine basis that will ensure your vehicle is in the best possible shape. Read More 

Stopping Power: The Most Important Modifications For Autocross Racing Are Your Brakes, Not Your Engine

Many novice autocross racers who want to improve their lap times start out by modifying their engines. Horsepower is certainly a huge factor when it comes to winning races on drag strips and long road courses. However, when it comes to autocross races, handling and braking performance are much more important. Autocross Racing 101 Most autocross races are held in parking lots. The courses are built out of a series of road cones arranged into a tight series of turns. Read More 

3 Signs Of A Leaking Exhaust Manifold

Your vehicle's exhaust manifold is the part of your exhaust system that moves fumes from your engine's cylinders to the tailpipe. A leak in the exhaust manifold can be a serious issue, firstly because it increases the emissions of your vehicle and can make it likely that you will fail an emissions test, but more importantly because it can allow fumes to enter your car, which can be a serious (even life-threatening) health hazard. Read More 

Is Your Old Truck Showing Its Miles? 3 Common Causes Of Overheating

Over the years, your truck has given you many miles of faithful service, and you love knowing that your diesel fuel injection system gives you maximum efficiency. However, high temperatures compromise the ability of this system to work efficiently, and the last thing you want is to be stranded on the side of the road with an overheating engine. For this reason, it is important to explore these three possible causes so that you can arrange for diesel repair that keeps your truck running at peak efficiency for many more miles. Read More 

3 Things You Should Know If Your Car’s Window Is Smashed During A Break-In

Having your car broken into can be a nightmare. People do this in different ways, but one common way of breaking into a car is breaking a window, such as by throwing a brick or other heavy object at it. Then, the thief can gain access to the inside of the car to take your stereo, cash or anything else of value. If you find that your car has a smashed window after a break-in, you might not be sure of what to do. Read More