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 

Looking For A Cheap Car? 3 Things You Should Know Before Purchasing A Car From A Salvage Yard

If you're looking for a good deal on a used car, you might want to look at salvage yards – especially if you, or someone you know is mechanically inclined. You can get an inexpensive car and do the work of fixing it up for yourself. Before you head to the local salvage yard with cash-in-hand, there are a few things you should know. Here are three tips that will help you avoid potential headaches when purchasing a car from a salvage yard. Read More 

Three Ways To Maximize Savings On Car Repairs

Does your car need repairs but you are afraid of how much your repairs are going to cost? If so, you may have thought about doing the repairs yourself or taking out a payday loan to pay for your repairs. However, car repairs can be more affordable than you think, especially if you take advantage of many saving opportunities that can be easily overlooked. So, when taking your car in for repairs, be sure you maximize your savings by taking advantage of the following: Read More 

What To Do With An Old Car That Doesn’t Run

If you have an old car that no longer runs, you might currently be deciding what to do with it next. You do have a few options, each of which can benefit you more than just keeping it in your garage. Here are some things to consider doing with an old car that doesn't run. Donate the Car to a Charity The first way you can get rid of an old car that doesn't run and you have no use for is by donating it. Read More