3 Ways To Get Your Car Ready For Spring

With spring right around the corner, you should take some time to make sure that your vehicle is in good shape and is ready for a new season by getting any needed repairs done and taking care of a few regular maintenance items. Change Your Windshield Wipers Your windshield wipers probably got a lot of work this fall and winter. Your windshield wipers should be replaced at least once or twice a year.   Read More...

Three Things You Need To Know About Transmission Repair

If this is the first time you have ever owned a car, or you are a teen driver, and you are faced with transmission repair, there are a few things you should know. Take your car to a transmission repair specialist. Expect it to cost a lot and budget ahead. Finally, you should also know all of the following about cars, transmissions, and transmission repairs. Transmissions Are Complicated Transmission systems are one of the most complicated systems in a car.   Read More...

3 Tips To Being A Good Steward Of Your Business Parking Lot

Your business parking lot is critically important to inviting people to your business and allowing them to stay and shop or otherwise do business with you. In this regard, you need to be sure that you are doing everything that you can to keep your parking lot safe, easy to navigate and free of clutter. To this end, start by thinking about these three tips below, so that your parking lot serves you well every single day.   Read More...

Speed Up The Salvage Yard Shopping Process With These Five Tips

Navigating a salvage yard looking for that one special part can feel like a nice way to spend time, but if you need to repair your car quickly, you may not want to wile away hours at the salvage yard. Want to speed up the process? Here are some tips to help: 1. Look for a salvage yard with a computerized inventory system. When you are calling around to different salvage yards trying to find your part, ask each yard's rep if the yard has a computerized inventory system or not.   Read More...

5 Features To Look For When Buying A Class B RV For Your Family

Class B recreational vehicles, usually the smallest of the three classes, can be a good choice for weekend use or even long trips because they are often easier to park than their larger counterparts and get better gas mileage. However, because of their smaller size, many people think of class B RVs as RVs for singles or couples, not for an entire family. But if you plan for your RV to be usable as your children grow and make sure to look for family-friendly features, then a class B RV can be an excellent choice for family adventures.   Read More...