If you're in the market for a new roadside assistance policy, you are probably already aware that it is likely to be available as an add-on to your car insurance and cell phone agreements, as well as by itself as an independent feature. However, there can be some significant differences in the services provided by the various roadside assistance companies and it is important to be aware of them when choosing your new service. [Read More]
Should You Clean Your Diesel Filter Yourself?
If you've recently upgraded an older diesel truck for one manufactured after 2009, you may be a bit concerned about the diesel particulate filter (DPF) attached to your exhaust system, particularly if you've been regaled with stories of friends who neglected maintenance of their DPFs, causing expensive engine repairs. How do you know when it's time to clean your DPF, and can you perform this process yourself if you've done other vehicle repairs in the past? [Read More]
Free VIN History Report: 3 Pieces Of Important Information You Should Pay Attention To
The recession had a huge impact on new car sales in America, as the average American can no longer afford to shell out money every couple of years on a new car. Instead, many Americans are opting to purchase used cars instead due to the fact that they are more affordable. If you're on the market for a used car and think you've found the one, don't get too excited just yet. [Read More]
Brake Servicing: Understanding The Fundamentals Behind Warped Rotors
Most people often overlook just how amazing brakes are. Depending on how you drive your car, your brakes will need to be serviced or replaced at varying times. Generally speaking, most manufacturers and mechanics agree that brakes need to be serviced once the vehicle has accumulated anywhere from 30,000 to 70,000 miles. Brake servicing usually involves making sure the brakes are properly aligned, measuring the amount of brake pad remaining and inspecting the entire braking system to look for wear and tear. [Read More]