Cracked Auto Glass? Determine If You’re Covered By Insurance!

If you've recently discovered a crack in your auto glass, then of course you'll want to schedule an appointment for professional auto glass repair as soon as possible. After all, the crack will only continue to spread the longer you wait, and in the meantime, the damage could be impeding your vision while driving. You may understandably be wondering whether or not your auto insurance policy will cover the cost of the repair; the best way to find out is to call your agent, but in the meantime, there are a few questions you can ask yourself to get a better idea. Read More 

Two Auto Repairs You Can Perform At Home

Do you have a vehicle that's in frequent need of auto repair? Do you avoid taking your vehicle to the mechanic if you don't need to? While there are definitely repairs that are usually best left to professionals, here are a couple simple repairs that you should be able to accomplish on your own: Air filter replacement: This car repair is probably the easiest one that you can do. Although the location, size and shape of an air filter varies depending on the exact year, make and model of your vehicle, the procedure is typically uncomplicated. Read More 

Planning A Road Trip? Get These 2 Simple Transmission Services Done First

Car problems can ruin a fun family vacation or a romantic getaway, especially if they occur before you even reach your desired destination. If you're planning to skip the airport and drive to your vacation spot, you have to make sure your vehicle can handle the drive. Your transmission plays a vital role in helping you get from Point A to Point B, so it's important to keep it in top-notch shape. Read More 

Detailing Your Classic Vehicle: Preparing For An Engine Paint Job

As the owner of a classic automobile, detailing and restoring everything found under the hood is just as important as giving the exterior a good wax job. If you happen to take your classic automobile to a show or convention, it is not uncommon for other classic vehicle lovers to want to take a peak under the hood as well. For this reason, it is a good idea to know how to prepare your engine for a detailed paint job. Read More 

Should You Use A DIY Car AC Recharge Kit?

Do-it-yourself car AC refrigerant kits are readily available, but are these DIY options a god choice? Although generally safe to use, they can be a stop-gap measure that prevents you from noticing – and repairing – a larger problem with your AC system. Before you opt for the kit, you need some basic understanding of the role of refrigerant in your AC and how to know if it's the cause of the rising heat. Read More