Noticed Some Thinning? 4 Reasons To Avoid Driving On Bald Tires

If you've got bald tires, you need to replace them as soon as possible. You may think that they're safe as long as you can't see the steel belts, but that's not actually the case. In fact, the minute your tires start to go bald, they begin to pose a risk for you, your passengers, and other drivers around you. Here are just of the risks you face if you don't get your car tires replaced at the first hint of a balding pattern. Read More 

How To Junk Your Car For Cash

Do you have an old car that isn't worth the effort of trying to sell it, but you still would like to make a few dollars from it? If so, selling your junk car for cash is a simple possibility. The following guide can help you with the process. Gather your paperwork You will need a title in your name in order to sell the car for cash. This means the vehicle must be paid off with no liens on it. Read More 

3 Important Reasons To Replace Your Damaged Windshield Now

Do you have a windshield that's been damaged by gravel or other loose debris? Have you been putting off having your windshield fixed? When you lead a busy life, having to do something unexpected like replacing a windshield can seem like a waste of time. But although it may initially seem like you have better things to do, there are a number of reasons why you should have it replaced as soon as possible. Read More 

Tips For First-Time Car Renters

The very first time you rent a car, it can be a confusing experience. There are so many details to consider and separate charges to factor in that it's hard not to lose track of what you're paying and what the requirements are. To make things easier, here are some of the key factors that you need to consider before you agree to take the car. Call Several Locations - Even Within The Same Rental Company Read More 

3 Things To Remember When Installing The Relay And Switch For LED Light Bars On Your Truck

If you drive your truck through the country at night either for recreational or occupational use, you may decide to install LED light bars on the exterior to help you see better. If so, remember to do the following three things to ensure you install the relay box and switch for your lights correctly. Place The Relay Box Near The Battery Since the wires of your new lights are directly connected to your truck's battery terminal, a relay box is required to disperse the electrical charge. Read More