European Car Maintenance

Working hard to save money to purchase the newest BMW has finally paid off. You are now able to take a weekend drive in the new addition to your automobile collection. As time passes, the new car smell begins to fade, and you have gotten over the feeling of purchasing that BMW. It's now time that you must learn how to maintenance a luxury European car.     Maintaining European cars can be pretty nerve wracking. [Read More]

Need A New Rig? What Are Your Best Financing Options?

If the frequency with which you find yourself taking your current semi truck to the shop is costing you money both in repair bills and in jobs lost while your rig is inoperable, you may be debating your purchase options. However, while buying a new car or truck at today's low interest rates is within reach for many with modest finances, purchasing a new or used semi truck can often cost multiples of one's annual income. [Read More]

Body Damage To Your New All-Aluminum Truck? What Should You Do?

If you've been a recent convert to the all-aluminum body style now being offered by certain truck manufacturers, you're probably enjoying the increased fuel economy that this lighter body material makes available. However, aluminum can be more difficult to repair when it is damaged -- and if you sustain damage to your new vehicle, you'll certainly want it returned to like-new condition as quickly as possible. What should you do after your vehicle suffers damage, and what factors can make the aluminum repair process different from typical body repair? [Read More]

3 Elements Of Buying Used Auto Parts That You Should Remember

There are two main reasons that people buy used car parts – either they cannot find the part they need new, or they want to save a little money making a repair. Either way, the decision to buy a certain used car part must be made carefully. How can you know if the part you need is OK to use once it has been used on a different vehicle? Seller's Reputation [Read More]