What Every Parent Should Do To A Vehicle Before Their Teenagers Start Learning To Driving

Posted on: 11 May 2018

One of the rites of passage in life that most teenagers look forward to is getting their driver's license. For their parents, however, this rite of passage involves a white-knuckled grip onto whatever is available in the passenger seat, as well as the occasional slamming onto imaginary brakes simply out of habit. One thing that parents can do to ensure their teenagers are capable of taking control of a vehicle is to make sure the vehicle itself is in excellent driving condition. [Read More]

Four Tips To Ensure An Effective Car Repair

Posted on: 10 January 2018

Every car eventually has a part break or require replacement. Ideally, you'll have the problem repaired, and then the car will go back to functioning properly. However, some car repairs are better than others. Here are four ways to make sure you get the most effective car repair possible. Look for a mechanic who specializes in your car's brand. Each brand of car is made somewhat differently. There are intricacies to working with each brand, so a a mechanic who works with that brand is more likely to be aware of those intricacies and be able to take them into account when repairing your car. [Read More]

Common Signs Of A Failing Automobile Air Conditioner

Posted on: 8 January 2018

If you live in a warm or hot climate, you most likely rely on your vehicle's air conditioning system to keep the inside of your car at a comfortable temperature while driving. Unfortunately, like all automotive parts, the main components of the air conditioning system will eventually wear out and cease to work properly, which leaves you without cool air. Continue reading to learn more about the common signs that your car's A/C may be on the brink of breaking: [Read More]

6 Ways To Get Around Any Major City Without Needing A Car

Posted on: 3 January 2018

When you visit or vacation in a larger city, you may find yourself tempted to rent a vehicle or bring your own. The truth is most cities of a sufficient size are mostly inhospitable to those who drive a personal vehicle around. Here's how you can save some money on rental and explore a new city without a car. 1. Consider Taking a Walk Cities are far more condensed then they seem. [Read More]