Archive for February, 2020
Touch-less vs Soft-touch Car Washes
You may have experienced (or know someone who experienced) getting a vehicle damaged at a car wash. This may not be a big deal for some, but it can be for many. Especially if the vehicle that is damaged is a brand new one or a priceless classic. While the best option is always to hand wash a vehicle yourself, sometimes that’s either hard to do, such as during winter, or incredibly inconvenient.
If you find yourself needing to wash your vehicle and unable to do it by hand, a good thing to know is:
Are touch-less or soft-touch car washed better?(more…)
How to Defog Your Headlights
If you’ve ever cleaned the windows in your residence, then you know how much of a difference it makes in letting light through. It may not seem like it would do all that much, but the difference is immediately noticeable. The same thing applies to your vehicle’s headlights. If you’re having trouble seeing at night because your headlights aren’t illuminating much, hold off on buying those MAXIMUM-BRIGHTNESS ULTRA-LUMENS CRYSTAL LED headlights that cost a fortune. Your headlights might just need a good cleaning.
Here’s our guide on how to defog your headlights.(more…)
Tire Care and Dry Rot Prevention
If you own an RV or trailer, then chances are you may have had a tire succumb to dry rot. It’s annoying to discover, a pain in the rear to fix, and replacements are pretty expensive to boot. So, what causes dry rot? Can it be fixed?
As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So, today we’ll look at how to stop tries from dry rotting.(more…)
Vehicle Titles Explained
If you’ve bought and insured a vehicle before, then you know how confusing vehicle titles can get. There’s a bunch of different types and terminology surrounding them that isn’t always clear. For instance, you may not realize that a title is often referred to as a pink slip. So then…
What are the different kinds of vehicle titles?(more…)
Changing a Flat Tire: Step-by-Step Video Guide
We’ve all been there. On the side of the road. One tire completely flat. And as every new driver learns at some point, changing a tire on the side of the road with nothing by an emergency jack, a tire iron, and a replacement “donut” is intimidating. If you don’t know how to change it yourself, then a flat can mean being potentially stranded for hours. The cost of patching or replacing a tire compounds if you have to call a tow truck. We’ve found an excellent Edmunds video guide to run you through the basics of getting your car back on the road.
How do I change a flat tire?(more…)