Three Reasons Why To Use A Synthetic Engine Oil
15 September 2015
The term "synthetic oil" may remind you of plastic and make you think it's something you want to keep far away from your engine at all costs, but in fact, synthetic oils are often higher-quality than petroleum based oils and can incur many benefits for your car. Their performance at high temperatures is smooth and elegant, and they often achieve a lower winter viscosity as well. Here are three of the most important reasons why you might consider using synthetic oil in your engine.
Think About A Plan Before Heading Out To Salvage Yards
24 August 2015
A pick and pull salvage yard (often stylized as Pick n' Pull) offers a lower-cost way of finding used parts for vehicles. You simply need to contact the salvage yard and ask for vehicle availability and bring your own tools. If you're mechanically inclined, but haven't had a chance to salvage working parts from non-working vehicles, keep a few organization and safety strategy points to keep your visit positive.
What Does The Salvage Yard Have In Stock?
Debunking 4 Common Myths About Vehicle Oil Changes
7 August 2015
You know that having your car's oil changed as needed is an important aspect of keeping your vehicle's engine running smoothly. However, there are many myths floating around out there about car oil changes. By understanding the truth behind these common myths, you can make better decisions regarding your car's maintenance and possibly prolong the life of your engine in the process.
Myth 1: Always Obey the Sticker
You know the drill; you get your oil changed, and the mechanics slap a sticker on your windshield indicating when you're due for your next oil change.
Three Tools To Help You When You're Driving A Car Up A Car Hauler's Ramp
23 July 2015
If you need to move two cars a long distance and you don't have any friends with enough free time to help you with driving, a car hauler is invaluable. Once you get past the relatively hectic part of driving a car up the car hauler's retractable ramp, tying down the vehicle will be relatively easy. If you're feeling nervous about driving your car up a car hauler's ramp, these three tools will help you.