How To Avoid Collisions When Driving

With so many vehicles on the road today, it is sometimes stressful just driving to the store downtown. Highway driving can be very congested at times and you need to deal with large trucks in addition to regular traffic. With so many variables, having a collision is something that you are always trying to avoid. Here is some information that you can use to help you avoid crashes and what to do if it is inevitable that one will happen to you: Read More 

What Are The Pros And Cons Of Buying A Used Car?

If you are planning on visiting a local dealership for a car, your first decision is choosing between a new or used car. There are naturally benefits and drawbacks of both new and used vehicles. New cars have that new car smell and zero miles, but used cars are less expensive and may be in good condition. If you are leaning more towards a used car, the following pros and cons list can prove useful to you. Read More 

Early Warning Signs Of A Car Battery Dying

There are few things more frustrating than starting your car and realizing the battery is dead. This often happens at the most inopportune times, such as when you have a cart full of groceries you need to bring home or in the morning when you are already late for work. Luckily, there are some common warning signs that can tell you your battery is starting to drain and might be dying soon. Read More 

Was Your Car Stolen Or Towed? How To Tell

When you car isn't where you left it, that doesn't mean it was stolen. Your car may have been towed for obvious (or not so obvious) reasons. Here are some clues to help you locate your vehicle quickly. You'll also find some tips to help you avoid getting towed again. Why Did Your Car Get Towed? If you can determine why your car was towed, then it will be much easier to find. Read More 

Three Signs Your Brakes May Not Be As Good As You Think

Your car's brakes have gone a very long time without repairs. In fact, you do not think much of it because the brakes do not squeal or feel differently under your foot. The truth is, you can grow accustomed to the slow deterioration of your brakes and not even know it. It is only when you have experienced brakes in other ways that you realize that your own are worse off than you thought. Read More