Signs Your Car's Brakes Are Bad And Repairs Might Be Needed

The brakes on your car get a lot of wear and tear, especially if you do mainly city driving where you have to stop constantly at lights. Brakes can last a long time, but they do eventually wear down. Two parts that often need to be repaired or replaced are the pads and the rotors. Here's how to tell if your brakes are getting bad and how they can be repaired. [Read More]

How To Protect Your Vehicle From Rust

Rust can cause a significant amount of structural damage to your car's body in a relatively short period of time, eating away at the metal and greatly increasing the risk of mechanical problems developing – not to mention ruining the appearance of your car. Understanding the different steps that you can take to proactively prevent rust from setting in can help extend the lifespan of your vehicle and ensure that it looks as good as possible for as long as possible. [Read More]

Keeping Your Safe And Motorcycle Running Its Best

Like any vehicle you own, keeping your motorcycle running at it's best depends on how well it is maintained. It requires more than just gassing it up and riding it to keep everything working as it should be. Whether you do the motorcycle repair work yourself or take it to a dealership for the service work, keeping the service intervals is important.   Changing The Oil Just like your car, truck, or SUV, the oil and filter in your motorcycle should be changed on a schedule set by the manufacturer. [Read More]

Filing A Diminished Claim Value After An Auto Accident

With an estimated 5.25 million automobile accidents occurring each year, there is a possibility that you will be involved in a crash each time you get behind the wheel. An auto accident can leave you with a battered and broken vehicle. Repairs can be made to restore your car to a functional condition, but these repairs can have a lasting effect on the value of your vehicle. If you don't want to lose money on your vehicle investment, it may be beneficial to file a diminished auto value claim following your accident. [Read More]