Oil Changes, Brake Pads, New Tires — Oh My!

Gwendolyn Welch

Auto Collision Repair Guide To Help Rebuild The Front End Of Your Car When It Looks Totaled

If you have been in an accident that has caused a lot of damage to the front end, it may look totaled but can probably be repaired. A lot of this damage is aesthetic, but there are also going to be mechanical and electrical repairs that you do not want to overlook. The following auto collision repair guide will walk you through the process of repairing front end damag

Are You Buying A Second Car?

Do you already own an expensive, classic car that is your pride and joy? Maybe the last time you took your grandchildren out for treats, it proved to be a disaster for the interior of your car. Or, it could be that you want to save your classic car for special occasions, with the idea that it will last you the rest of your life. No matter the scenario, maybe you are n

Why You Might Want To Use Ethanol-Free Gasoline

Gasoline is available in many different blends and octane levels, but ethanol-free gas has been becoming more readily available over the last few years. Understanding the reason for the ethanol and the differences in the two different fuel types might make it easier for you to decide which one you want to use in your car. What Is Ethanol? Ethanol is a fuel product mad

Here's How You'll Know That You're Shopping At A Quality Car Dealership

Are you ready to go shopping for a new vehicle? Here are a few ways you can tell that you've found the right car dealership to shop at: You Aren't Being Pressured Car dealerships understand that pressure doesn't work when it comes to selling their inventory. Pressuring customers who walk through their doors just makes those customers feel uncomfortable and put off. Fe

3 Auto Parts To Add To Your Car To Get Better Gas Mileage

You drive your car every day, and you repeatedly stop to add fuel to the tank. If you are like most vehicle owners, you wish that you could drive past the gas station a bit more often without having to stop and get gas. Bumping up your fuel efficiency is not an impossible feat; it can actually be just a matter of picking up a few things at the auto parts store.