Owning a Car: What Newbies Need to Know

  • About Getting Chipped Auto Glass Repaired

    22 February 2016

    Did you make the mistake of turning down a dirt road that led to rocks flying in the air and chipping the glass on several of the windows in your vehicle? Even if the chips are small, it might be in your best interest to take your vehicle to a glass technician to get the damaged windows repaired. The glass technician may even have to replace the glass altogether depending on where the glass is chipped.

  • Steps To Take Before Recycling Your Vehicle

    23 September 2015

    If you have an older vehicle that you are no longer going to be driving, you may have considered bringing it to an auto salvage yard in exchange for monetary compensation. This is a wonderful way to recycle a vehicle so it can be used for auto parts or for the scrap metal it is made from. Here are a few steps you will want to take before bringing your vehicle to the recycling center so it is accepted without incident and so you maximize on the profit you will obtain.

  • Caring for Your Snowmobile Trailer at the End of the Season

    22 April 2015

    If you live in an area that's regularly covered by a thick blanket of snow, you know that snowmobiling is one of the most exciting and rewarding pastimes around. The ability to get out into nature, explore, and truly enjoy everything it has to offer is nearly unparalleled, but in order to make sure you have that experience, you have to do a little bit of work. Below, you'll find a guide to some steps for taking care of your snowmobile trailer at the end of a long snowmobiling season.

  • 3 Ways To Make Money Off A Broken Down Car

    29 January 2015

    Do you have a broken down car that's beyond repair? Do you want to get rid of it, but at least get some value out of it? The car may have little or no trade-in value at a dealer, but that doesn't mean it's completely worthless. There are plenty of ways to get some value out of it. You just have to spend a little time doing some research and preparation.

  • How To Flush The Radiator Of A Semi Truck

    13 January 2015

    Regular flushing of your radiator on your semi truck helps keeps your vehicle running well and extends the life of the engine. Radiators that aren't flushed can become loaded with corrosives and contaminants that can damage the engine, heater core, and head gaskets. You should flush your radiator about every six months - depending on how much you use your vehicle (check your owner's manual to see what the manufacturer recommends).

  • Buying A Used Motorcycle: 3 Signs To Look For When Inspecting A Bike

    29 December 2014

    When purchasing a used motorcycle, you want to ensure that you are getting a bike that is able to stand up to the test of time and will be safe for you to drive on a daily basis. Taking the time to not only test drive the bike, but to inspect the bike prior to making an offer can ensure that you ride away on the high quality motorcycle you deserve.