Monthly Archive:: April 2020

Had a Car accident? What to do First?

Accidents happen, even to careful drivers. After a car accident, you might be stunned with shock, dizzy with adrenaline or enraged at the guy who ran a red light. The first thing to do after you’ve been

Best Ways To Drive A Car In Reverse Gear

Whether you want to reverse in a parking space, exit a narrow end, or just feel like going backward, reverse gear is the perfect solution. If you don’t feel that confident driving your vehicle in reverse, don’t

SHOULD YOU LEAVE YOUR WINDSHIELD WIPERS UP OVERNIGHT?

If you live in a place that gets cold enough to frost or freeze, you’ve probably seen people leave their windshield wipers upright at night to prevent them from freezing to the windshield. Maybe you do this

HOW DO I REPLACE SPARK PLUGS?

Replacing worn spark plugs can greatly improve your engine’s performance and efficiency. Replacement intervals vary widely by car manufacturer and spark plug metal types and design. Recommended spark plug replacement intervals can range from 30,000 miles to

Why Are My Brakes Squeaking?

Brake squeal is not uncommon, often caused by worn brake hardware, pads or rotor finish. But are squeaky brakes dangerous or just annoying? How Brakes Work Brake pads are made of friction material attached to a steel backing

Thumb Rules to Drive in Heavy Rain

Driving in light or heavy floods, or even just rainy, stormy conditions can be anxiety inducing. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, there are on average more than 950,000 automobile accidents each year due to wet pavement,

6 Warning Signs of Cooling System Failure

At the moment you start up your car, your engine temperature begins a rapid rise. As long as your cooling system is healthy, you’ll have the mechanisms in place to regulate the heat. But if any part

Recognizing Brake Trouble

It’s impossible to predict when a drunk or distracted driver will fly right through a stoplight. In that harrowing moment, it’s critical that your braking system functions flawlessly. When you first notice a sign of brake trouble,

6 Problems that Can Prevent a Car from Starting

A variety of automotive issues can prevent a car from firing up, with some of the problems being more common than others. As soon as you start having difficulty getting started up, you’ll want to get your

Driving In Emergency Situations

Crashes. Head-on collisions. Skids. Tire blowouts. None of these sound fun, but they can happen — even to the world’s most cautious driver. That’s why it’s so important to be prepared for driving in emergency situations. You

How To Drive In The Snow, In A Regular Car

Ice and snow can certainly make travel in the wintertime a treacherous experience. So it’s important to be armed with helpful information to get you safely through the snow season. Be Aware of Your Surroundings and Read

Own the Night: Tips for Driving After Dark

Driving at night is a dreadful and dangerous. Road fatalities triple during the night, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Human eyes don’t help much either. They’re terrible at seeing at night with depth perception,

Story Behind The First Pickup Truck

We all have heard the word pickup truck, and have assumed the purpose of these trucks. Many people are aware of the actual use of pickup trucks and their types, but there are a few who don’t

Driving on hilly roads? Here is what you should know.

Those who have done it, love to do it again and again. Those who haven’t done it yet, dread doing it for the first time – such is the charm and hardships of riding/driving on the hilly

Tips for driving on Sand

When done correctly, sand driving is relatively easy on your driveline; so the chance of breakages ruining an otherwise fun trip is greatly reduced. However, it is not without its pitfalls. There’s more to it than locking