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Car Care Quick Tips


Scheduled maintenance for your vehicle is an important aspect of being a car owner that many drivers often forget about. Aside from making sure the gas tank is full and the vehicle is clean, there are areas of your car that need to be serviced every so often to make sure that it is running as efficiently as possible. Above all, keeping up with regular tune ups will actually save you money down the line by preventing a small problem from turning into a bigger one. If you don’t already regularly service your car, do your wallet and your automobile a favor and try to check up more often.


9 Important Car Odors to be Aware of!

No one knows your car better than you do. Ever little rattle, ping, squeak, you hear it and you diagnose it, and then get it fixed. Along with the sounds that indicate something might be wrong, you should be aware of the different odors and smells that could be telling you that you have a potentially dangerous problem.
 

Protect the Interior of your Classic Car

April is National Care Month and if there is one thing we know for sure, it’s that classic car enthusiasts are all about taking care and preserving their cars from the inside out. The interior of your car needs to be pristine. After all, while passers-by are admiring your car from the outside, you’re going to be enjoying the inside on your next road trip.
 

Healthy Headlights: Easy maintenance tips

We’re all used to wiping off our headlights to remove bugs and grime, but good headlight maintenance is a little more important than just visual appeal, it’s also important for your safety when driving at night, in the rain or fog. So before you pack up your classic car for your next road trip or club meet-up, check out our handy headlight maintenance checklist.
 

Tire Cleaning: 101

We’re going to show you a few tricks to get rid of overspray on tires, and make them look brand new. Be forewarned: this is not an easy task. It’s simple, sure, but it takes plenty of elbow grease, and approximately 1-1/2 hours per tire. Here we go…
 

Aerospace Protectant

OK, what’s with the infomercial for 303 Aerospace Protectant, you say? We apologize if that’s what it seems like! However, this product has earned its way into our hearts for all its weatherstrip/black plastic protection/preservation factors
 

Car Wash

After washing your car, let the water flow heavily over the car. The water will sheet off and it will be much easier to dry as well as help avoid water spots.
 

Windshield Cleaning

When cleaning your windshield, use a short nap microfiber and clean in one direction on the inside and the other direction on the outside. This way you don’t have to chase streaks and you can tell if you need a final wipe on the inside or out.
 

Spring Weather Safety Maintenance Tips

No one knows your car better than you do. Ever little rattle, ping, squeak, you hear it and you diagnose it, and then get it fixed. Along with the sounds that indicate something might be wrong, you should be aware of the different odors and smells that could be telling you that you have a potentially dangerous problem.
 

8 Safety Items to have in your Emergency Kit

When you head out on the road what are the safety related items you think about? Obviously, you think about your seatbelts, airbags, and headlights, but have you considered putting together an emergency kit? During an emergency situation, minor or major, having these items available in your car can protect you and your passengers and give you peace of mind.
 

6 Tips to Help Extend the Life of your Battery

Batteries run out. It’s a simple fact. And when they do you need to replace them. Overcharging and extreme heat are usually the reasons your car battery life wasn’t as long as you would have expected it to be. When your battery is overheated the battery fluid evaporates.
 

How Often Should You Change You Motor Oil?

It seems that different people have different opinions on how often you should change the motor oil in your car. We’re here to give you some tips to help you understand both why you need to change your motor oil and how often.
 

Know your Brakes. 8 Signs it’s time for an inspection.

Do we really need to tell you how important your brakes are? We didn’t think so. But we do think it’s always a good idea to help our friends know more about their car and how to prolong the life of your classic vehicle.
 

Is your Coolant System at its Best?.

Your cooling system is there to help disperse the heat generated during your engines combustion processes.
 

Is your Coolant System at its Best?.

Great. Just great. You’re having a really nice day, going for a drive – and your car decides that now, of all times, it’s going to overheat. Great. Just great..
 

6 Car Hacks.

Six car care life hacks that may make you laugh but they WORK!.
 
 
 
 
 
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