In The Market For A Used Semi? 4 Things You Should Do Before You Buy

When you're looking for a used semi-truck, you don't want to cut any corners. The last thing you want to do is buy someone else's problem. If that happens, you're out of money, out of a truck, and out of a way to earn a living. Don't get stuck with a truck that's got problems. If this is your first truck purchase, you might not be fully prepared for the process. Read More 

Why Canadians Should Use Auto Window Tinting All The Time

Auto window tinting is an optional thing, but when you live so close to the North Pole, it might be in your best interests to use auto window tinting all of the time. Most Canadians do not realize that they are exposed to stronger sunlight because of their proximity to the Pole. This spells out all of the following reasons why window tinting should come standard on Canadian automobiles and why you should have it applied right away to your own vehicle. Read More 

Live In A Climate With Heavy Rain All Summer? Maximize Safety With Summer Tires

Tires and shoes are some of the most important items in your life because you rely on them for getting from one destination to another safe and sound. It is true that your health and your car's health come into play, but without tires in good condition, you will put yourself at risk on the road. If you live in a climate with heavy rain during summer, you should maximize your safety by investing in summer tires. Read More 

Things to Note When Choosing Remote Car Starters

Remote car starters can add convenience to your vehicle, but not all car starters are created equally. Here are some things to consider when choosing a remote car starter.  Look for Quality Options The first thing to consider is that you'll need to take your car directly to the shop in order to get the best selection of high-quality remote car starters. It is possible to find stores that will sell do-it-yourself kits for starters, but these are often low quality. Read More 

How To Resurface The Brake Rotors On A Front Wheel Drive Car While Using A Wheel As A Lathe

When brake pads wear down the metal rivets in the pad can dig into the surface of your brake rotors. This damage can cause your brake pedal to feel like it's fluttering when you press down on it to slow your car down – especially when you are traveling at high speeds. To correct the problem, the brake rotor needs to be resurfaced to make it smooth again. Usually, rotors are resurfaced using a brake lathe. Read More