Should You Stick With Your Original Equipment Tires?

Posted on: 11 June 2019

From the factory, your car comes equipped with a particular brand and size of tire. This particular tire has been chosen by the manufacturer because it represents a specific blend of performance, longevity, and comfort. The characteristics chosen reflect what the vehicle's manufacturer believes will appeal to the widest audience possible, but that doesn't necessarily mean that those tires are good for your particular needs. If it's time to replace your vehicle's tires, it may be time to consider a change.
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Things To Do When Parking Your Car To Sit For A While

Posted on: 14 August 2018

If you are going to be storing your car for the season, then you want to be sure you prepare it to be stored for a good period of time, or you may find yourself dealing with a variety of issues once you pull it out of storage. Here are some of the things that you want to make sure you do for your car when it is parked for a period of time.
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Benefits To Converting Your Van For The Handicap

Posted on: 6 November 2017

If you or someone in your family is handicap and it is becoming more and more difficult to get in and out of your van, you will want to consider converting it. By making your vehicle handicap friendly, you will be able to make use of the following benefits: You Will Save Money Sure, it is going to cost some money to get the van handicap conversion. However, this might be something that you will find to be much more affordable when it is compared against the cost of buying a brand new handicap van.
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Preparing To Tow: Ensuring Your Car Is Ready

Posted on: 25 June 2017

Adding a hitch to your car or SUV in preparation for towing can be exciting -- once it's installed, you expand your hauling/storage capability by a great amount -- but it's not as simple as choosing a pretty hitch and attaching it to your vehicle. Your car needs to be ready to tow and you need to be ready to drive with all of that extra material in the back. It's essential that you calculate weight correctly, practice driving while hauling, and get your car checked out.
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