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Repairing Car Damage

After I got back from my study abroad program, I could tell that my younger sister hadn't heeded my request to "drive safely." Instead, it looked like she had done some severe off-roading in my car, which was really frustrating. My car was all banged up, and I knew that I needed a little help to get things back into working order. I started researching different automotive businesses in the area, and I was able to find a place that I felt comfortable working with. They took my car, talked with me about how I wanted it to look, and got to work. This blog is all about repairing car damage.

Tips For Purchasing A New Pickup Truck

Buying a brand-new truck is a reward that you will appreciate for years to come. Not only are these vehicles fun to drive, but they also have durability that you will appreciate. There are some reliable truck manufacturers that have been in business for several decades. By making a purchase of one of these reliable models, you'll be able to pull off the dealership lot pleased with your choice. In this article, you will learn more about buying a pickup truck. Read More 

Tips For Maintaining Your Cruising Motorcycle During The Winter Months

Owning a cruising motorcycle is a dream that many people have. If you have invested your hard earned money in purchasing a cruising motorcycle, you're sure to want to keep it in good condition for as long as possible, which requires regular maintenance. A cruising motorcycle needs maintenance throughout the year, but you will have to give your bike some extra attention during the winter months when the temperatures are frigid. Read More 

What Do Those Brake Noises Mean?

Many people don't take the brakes on their vehicles with the seriousness they deserve. In fact, everyone believes that the brakes will always be there whenever they need them. Because of this, people only start taking their brakes seriously when they stop functioning normally. A problem like brake noise is very serious, and you should never ignore it. But, you should consider taking your car to be inspected by a professional in brake services. Read More 

Pick Up Some Extra Cash By Transforming Your Pickup Truck Into A Moneymaking Vehicle

A pickup truck can be a fun car to drive, but it can also be one that can generate you some extra cash, in the form of side job income. If you are someone who is not averse to doing manual labor, then having a pickup truck can be a real asset. All you have to do is get some aftermarket add-ons, and you can take your regular truck, and turn it into one that is a real moneymaking vehicle. Read More 

Have A Vehicle That You No Longer Drive? Why You Should Keep The Registration Current

If you have an older vehicle on your property that you no longer operate, you might not see the importance of keeping up with the registration.  You may reason that it's an unnecessary expense and that you might be able to save a few dollars by just letting the registration expire.  However, even if you don't drive the car anymore, it's still a good idea for you to keep the registration up-to-date. Read More