Three Signs Of A Damaged Oil Pan

27 November 2018
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The oil pan is the part of your vehicle that actually holds the engine oil. It is located at the base of the engine, but your oil dipstick reaches down into the pan, which means that you can access it from the top of your vehicle as well. Oil pans do not suffer from wear and tear through their normal operation, but collisions, environmental factors and simple age can cause damage to occur to your oil pan. Read More 

Three Questions To Ask Your Mechanic When Getting Work On An Older Car

13 October 2018
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Taking an older car in for servicing is a regular occurrence, even if the car is in great shape. As your car ages, you will need to pay attention to its systems, including the oil, engine, and the fluid systems that are running through the car. Taking your car in for servicing is actually an opportunity to speak to a mechanic and find out what is wrong with your vehicle. Here are three questions to ask a mechanic when you are getting work done on an older vehicle. Read More 

Tips For Getting Your Vehicle To Pass Its Next Smog Test

4 September 2018
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If you are concerned about your vehicle's ability to pass its required smog test so you can sell it or register it, then there are a few things you can do to improve its chances, including following each of these tips: Tip: Have Your Car Professionally Tuned-Up Prior to Trying to Smog Test It One of the best things you can do to improve your car's chances of passing a smog test is to take it to your mechanic for a thorough tune-up before you take it to the smog testing facility. Read More 

4 Modern Custom Improvements To Complete Classic Auto Restorations

11 July 2018
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If you are doing a classic color restoration, there may be some modern improvements that you want to do while keeping your car looking original. You may want to consider improvements like installing the original radio with modern technology like Bluetooth and MP3. There are also improvements like adding acoustic insulation for better sound. Here are some modern custom improvements that will complete your classic auto restoration: 1. Improving Car Audio With Acoustic Insulation Upgrades Read More 

Tips To Help You Keep Your Motorhome In Good Condition

23 April 2018
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Owning a motorhome affords you a lot of freedom. You're able to hit the road at your leisure and tour the country without having to spend extra money on hotel rooms or eating out. Your recreational vehicle (RV)  has all of the creature comforts of a home away from home. Because the motorhome gives you access to so many valuable experiences it's important for you to do all that you can to keep it in great shape. Read More