Answering Three Questions About Hydraulic Brake Issues

Your car's hydraulic brakes are among the most important safety features of your car. Unfortunately, this part of a vehicle can encounter a number of mechanical problems. Sadly, there are some car owners that may not be very informed about this part of their vehicles, and if this applies to you, learning the answers to these hydraulic brake questions may give you a more thorough understanding of how to deal with these issues when they arise. Read More 

Answering Three Questions About Residential Window Tinting

If you are like many other people, you may automatically assume that window tinting is something that is only done to cars to reduce the glare from the sun. However, this type of window covering can be also applied to residential windows. By becoming better informed about this option for your home's windows, you will be in a much better position to decide if this is a good investment to make in your home. Read More 

Ways To Be A Smooth Driver While Driving With An Instructor

When you've reached a certain point in your in-class instruction at driving school, it's time to put what you've learned into practice and get out on the road with a driving instructor. One challenge that many new drivers experience is the ability to maneuver their vehicle smoothly. This will come in time, but in the meantime it's easy to jolt the car forward when you step on the gas pedal and lurch to a stop when applying the brakes. Read More 

Three Reasons Your Car Isn’t Starting

Is your car not starting? Before you take it into the mechanic, take some time to research the issue. Knowing what symptoms are relevant to your mechanic may help speed up the time it takes to troubleshoot. Battery Your car's battery provides the electricity needed to start your car and powers the radio, thermostat, and other auxiliaries when the car is off. The battery charges while the vehicle is on, but over time, batteries lose the ability to hold a charge. Read More 

5 Things To Have In Your Auto Repair Toolbox

Even with a good set of tools, major auto repair can be seriously challenging. Read on to find out about some of these critical tools that you should have on hand if you want to get access to some harder to reach areas to take out or replace parts on your car.     Socket Extensions Most mechanics will want to have deep wrench sockets on hand but in addition to this, the smarter ones have long socket extensions. Read More