Indications That You May Require Car Exhaust Repairs
3 February 2016
Although your vehicle's exhaust system does not consists of movable parts, this does not mean that it is not at risk of its components acquiring damage over time. One of the most serious issues you could experience with your car's exhaust is a leak. Not only will this greatly impede the functionality of your vehicle, but it could also pose a serious health risk for you and any passengers in the vehicle.
How to Replace Your Car Battery
29 December 2015
Unfortunately, car batteries don't last forever, and to ensure you aren't left stranded in a parking lot with an engine that won't turn on, it is best to replace them on a semi-regular basis (or whenever the manufacturer recommends). If you happen to leave your headlights or interior lighting system on, you could also drain the power and may need to replace your battery sooner. While professionals can do this service for you, you can save money and time by easily doing this repair yourself.
Tips On How To Protect Your Clutch From Premature Wear
23 November 2015
The clutch is the stand-out feature of manual transmissions. It helps to detach the transmission from the engine to allow for speed adjustments. Unfortunately, incorrect use of the clutch can lead to its premature wear, resulting in necessary repairs, an expensive undertaking that every manual car driver should know about. In this article, therefore, learn what to do to avoid having to replacing your clutch sooner than you have to.
9 Steps to Flawless Winter Driving
5 November 2015
Driving in snowy or icy winter conditions can be tricky. If you live in an area that sees the temperatures dropping dramatically during the winter months, make sure you pay heed to these nine driving tips to avoid becoming involved in an accident.
1. Remove Snow
If you've experienced snowfall over the night – or simply when you've left your car outside – clearing it off the windshield with a scraper might not be enough.