Broken or shattered glass in your car can prevent you from driving safely. In fact, it is illegal to drive a car with a windshield that is shattered or deeply cracked. You can get an expensive ticket or have your car sidelined if you are caught with it. Rather than risk getting a ticket or not being able to legally drive, you should get the damaged glass repaired or replaced. You can avoid having to take your car to a repair shop by using mobile auto glass replacement services. [Read More]
Why Will Your Tarp System Not Power On?
When you are hauling materials on a dump bed, trailer, or flatbed, having an automatic tarp system is one of the biggest conveniences you can invest in. This tarp opens and closes at the touch of a button to keep whatever you are hauling protected from the elements and in place as you travel down the highway. Just like any other automatic mechanism on your vehicle, a tarp system can occasionally have problems. [Read More]
Three Benefits Of Car Undercoating
If a dealer at a car dealership offers to sell you undercoating on your new vehicle, take it. It is not a gimmick, and it is worth the extra charge. If, for whatever reason, he or she offers to throw it in for free, definitely take it. Here are three known benefits (and selling points!) of car undercoating. Months, Maybe Years, before Your Car Shows Rust Underneath The area of a car that is always most vulnerable to rust is the underbelly. [Read More]
Choosing Winter Tires For Your Car: Four Things To Consider
Choosing the right tires for winter weather can help your vehicle to perform at its best in potentially hazardous conditions. If you don't already have all-season or snow tires, here are a few things to take into consideration as you begin shopping for winter tires. Pick The Right Size When choosing tires for your car, it's important to find the model that fits your wheel size. Your local tire shop can help you to find the right fit for your car. [Read More]