Four Ways To Increase Your Chances Of Getting A Car Loan With Bad Credit

If you're in need of a car but can't buy one outright -- and your credit is less than stellar -- you may be fearing the car financing process. Thoughts of high interest rates and restrictive terms are not that far-fetched, but there are ways to make the loan process easier and to get yourself better terms. Bad credit does not mean you're marked forever; it just means that you need to do some advance preparation. Read More 

3 Signs You May Need Transmission Repair

Do you notice odd noises or smells in your car as you're driving, especially as you shift gears? If so, you may have a transmission problem. Your transmission is one of the most important components in your car. Your car can't run without an effective transmission, and problems with the transmission can also cause issues in the engine and elsewhere in the vehicle. The good news is that if you catch transmission trouble early, you may be able to avoid more costly issues. Read More 

3 Tips To Help You Stockpile Diesel Fuel

In the event of a natural disaster, having access to your own cache of diesel fuel could be beneficial. Proper storage techniques will allow you to access the fuel you need to power both vehicles and electric generators during a disaster. Here are three tips you can use to help improve the quality of your stored fuel in the future. 1. Keep your storage tank full at all times. In addition to ensuring you will have enough gas to get you through a natural disaster, keeping your diesel tank full of gas could be beneficial in reducing condensation during storage. Read More 

First Time Foreign Car Owners? What To Know For Your First Trip To The Mechanic

If you are a first time foreign car owner and your car has been giving you some trouble, then you want to get it in for an inspection and tune-up. You'll want to make sure that you find an auto shop that specializes in treating imports.  You don't have to go to the dealership and pay their high prices to get work done, but you do have to be choosy about who works on your vehicle. Read More 

3 Smart Ways To Customize Your Truck

Most trucks, even new ones, are begging for customization. There is so much potential for upgrades at every turn that money is usually the only limit to what you can do. But not all customized trucks are created equal. If you want to make smart investments in your truck that will score you style points and increase the value of your vehicle, you'll need to do your fair share of research. Read More