Preparing To Buy An RV

The RV you choose should have everything you need. You want to set a budget and decide on the style and features you need. So, what should be looking for when buying an RV before spring? The Best RV Styles The first thing that you will want to consider is the style of your RV. Some of the different RV styles that you may want to consider for your first purchase include: Read More 

Tow Or Use The Spare? Your Options When You Have A Flat

Finding out that you have a flat tire while you're away from home is annoying, but the solution is usually simple; call for a tow to a tire store. Yet if you're one of the lucky people who still carries a spare tire, you have one more decision to make: whether to have the tow truck actually tow you or ask the driver to install the spare. Most tow drivers have the tools to do that, so while you wait for the tow truck, think about the following. Read More 

Loud Knocking Noise Coming From Your Engine? Here’s What Might Be Causing It And What To Do Next

A knocking sound coming from the engine is a car owner's worst nightmare; however, you can actually fix or diagnose many causes of engine knocking yourself. When you hear a knocking noise coming from your engine, here are some common causes and what you need to do in order to fix them. You're Using Fuel With a Lower Octane Rating Than Your Car Is Designed For A common cause of engine knocking is using fuel with an octane rating lower than your car is designed for, such as using regular unleaded fuel in a car designed for premium. Read More 

Prevent Damage To Your Suspension System By Following These Routine Maintenance Tips

Your car's suspension is complex and consists of several interdependent parts; your springs, shock absorbers, control arms and ball joints all work together to distribute the weight of the vehicle evenly and to give you fluid and responsive handling. The interdependent nature of your suspension components means that any problem with one area of the suspension needs to be taken seriously, as one failing component places stress on the others that they are not designed to handle. Read More 

There’s No Such Things As Minor Stalling Or Hesitating With A Car

Asking the average car owner to draw up a picture in his/her head about a stalled car usually leads to an image of a parked car just not turning over. Cars don't just stall when parked. Vehicles may stall out when driving. Sometimes, they only stall out or hesitate briefly. Since the vehicle may only present problems briefly or intermittently, the driver might think the problem is minor. Doing so could prove to be a disastrous mistake. Read More