First clean the interior.
Toss all trash. Remove any items that don’t belong in the car.
Tackle the floor mats and the tricky spots.
Slap the mats together to remove dirt, then lay them on the driveway. Vacuum using a wet-dry vac that has a blower feature (like Shop-Vac 10-gallon wet-dry vacuum). With the hose connected to the e
Did you know that yesterday (January 14 2020) was ‘national shop for travel day’?
Well, neither did we!
But after we went back in time and saw how awesome these gadgets really were, we decided to post our favorites so that your future car travels will be amazing :)
Click the photo for link to purchase.
If you are trading in your old car, make sure you get the most for it. Here are some tips:
Find Out What Your Current Car is Worth. Knowledge is power when negotiating.
Bring the maintenance up to speed, because the better condition the better deal you make.
Provide service documentation. Any fluid changes, tire rotations, paint or
The difference is CRAZY! Watch to see how damaging prolonged Sun exposure can damage your vehicle's paint. This truck has severe Sun exposure one side, and left in the shade on the other. We Auto Talk! You listen.
If your student is heading off to college this year, you may be searching for safe & reliable transportation before they hit the road. Additional drive time on highways, extra passengers & various driving conditions will take a toll on a vehicle, as well as a parents mind!
We've listed a few things to consider before you b
Thinking about a fresh coat of paint on your car? Or just thinking about repairing a few scratches on your door?
It is hard to know what to expect when it comes to cost and the entire paint process. The good news is that a quality collision repair facility will know exactly how to serve you when it comes to a fresh pai
Did you know 6 inches of water can cause your vehicle to lose traction and start sliding. You're probably not at risk of drowning but could easily lose control of your vehicle.
Did you know most vehicles can start floating in 12 inches of water. If you're floating, you're not in control of your vehicle and therefore the wate