2017

Three Steps To Take Before Junking Your Car

Automotive Blog

If you have an old car that no longer runs, instead of letting it sit on your property and take up space, you can sell it to a junkyard and get cash. People who are first-time scrappers are often unaware of the steps needed to junk their car. To get you started, here are three key steps to make the process run smoothly. Obtain The Title The most important step to scrapping your car is to obtain the title to the vehicle.

27 February 2017

When It's Time To Have Your Auto Glass Repaired Or Replaced

Automotive Blog

When you get a chip or a crack in your windshield, it's important to have your windshield checked by a collision repair shop to see if it needs to be repaired or replaced. Small chips and cracks are a very common occurrence, as small rocks or flying debris hit windshields on a frequent basis. While a small crack may be able to be ignored, it can quickly turn into a larger crack that spreads across your windshield.

26 January 2017

How To Touch Up Paint Chips

Automotive Blog

Over time, your car body is bound to pick up some dents and dings. Most people initially ignore small paint chips in their car because they are hardly noticeable. However, this can be dangerous. If you leave a paint chip unattended, it could grow, and rust could start to form on the car surface. This is why it is always a good idea to immediately reseal small paint chips. This article explains how to do this yourself with a few basic tools.

11 January 2017

The Truth Behind Five Common Synthetic-Oil Misconceptions

Automotive Blog

When it comes to changing the oil in your car, one of the things that you may have wondered about is the value of investing in synthetic oil. Synthetics aren't so new to the market anymore, but they are still the subject of many misconceptions. Here's a look at a few of the things you may have heard and the truth behind them. Switching to synthetic doesn't have to be a permanent change.

6 January 2017