Keep These Tire Tips in Mind This Summer

People tend to do more driving during the summer when the weather is nice outside and the snow, sleet and other inclement weather of seasons past are far behind them. But if you are going to spend extra time in your vehicle this summer, you'll want to make sure you do what you can to reduce the wear and tear on your tires. Here are a few summer tire tips to keep in mind as you hit the road during the warmest time of the year. Read More 

Four Signs You Need To Service Your Car’s Air Conditioner

The air conditioner of your car is not an integral part of your engine's operation, but if it malfunctions and no longer works properly, it can be extremely disruptive to your driving nevertheless. Understanding some of the earlier warning signs associated with an air conditioner that is in need of being replaced can help you determine when you should head to a mechanic to have the unit serviced. Bad Smells Read More 

Happy To Own A New BMW? Make Sure You Don’t Damage The Ignition

Anyone who has bought a new BMW is ready to get that baby out on the road and rev its engine. Unfortunately, there is a chance that your excitement may contribute to ignition problems. These concerns can cause a breakdown that is easy to avoid. The Ignition Is A Common BMW Concern While BMW vehicles are designed to be tough and reliable, they are like any other vehicle. While they usually don't have many problems with them, some concerns are more recurrent with them than others. Read More 

Is It Ever Okay To Drive Around With A Crack In Your Windshield?

You may notice cars on the street with cracked windshields. You may even drive around with a cracked windshield yourself. However, it's never a good idea to operate a motor vehicle with a cracked windshield. If you do drive with a crack in your windshield, you will make the problem worse by continuing to do so. Here's why. Your Windshield Is Already Compromised Once you notice a crack in your windshield, it means your auto glass was already suffering from trauma. Read More 

Need A Used Engine? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

For many car owners, engine failure is one of the most expensive failures to deal with. A brand-new engine can cost thousands of dollars ,and even a remanufactured engine could cost anywhere from 10 to 20 percent of the cost of a new vehicle. With that in mind, looking for a used engine sounds like a better deal. However, it pays to be careful when looking for a used engine. The following offers several helpful tips that can aid you in finding the best used engine available while avoiding common and potentially expensive pitfalls. Read More