As the seasons begin to change, don’t forget to prepare your vehicle. Here are 5 simple things to do to keep your vehicle running in tip top shape during the fall and winter.
Our driving habits affect a lot of processes when it comes to how our vehicles perform. Driving too fast or erratically negatively impacts fuel efficiency. Running your vehicle and a higher RPM than it is designed for puts undue strain on the transmission and clutch. But what about when it comes to fuel additives? Does driving style affect how well these products work? The short answer is, ‘yes.’ Read on to learn why, and how you should drive to see the best results with your product.
Sometimes you don’t know what you’ve got til’ it’s gone.
If you’ve ever had to deal with your car not starting, you truly understand what this means.
We rely on our cars for a lot, and problems always seem to arise at the most inconvenient times.
You’ve probably seen them when walking down the aisle at Walmart or the auto parts store… It almost seems too good to be true: a cheap additive you pour into your gas tank that magically cleans your whole fuel system, resulting in a smoother, more powerful, and more efficient drive!
Do fuel system cleaners really work, or are they just there to take your money?
Summer is officially here! Any travel plans? The beautiful summer weather calls for epic road trips and fun in the sun. Don’t let your summer travel plans get ruined with an overheating engine.
Ever hit a hard bump, or accidentally drive over sharp debris and end up with a flat? Consider keeping a good tire sealant on hand! This sticky, fibrous liquid coats the interior of tires. When a tire gets punctured, the air that escapes caries the sealant out through the hole with it to create a plug.
No matter your vehicle’s age, make or model, it is bound to require some kind of engine repair at some point. Unfortunately, no matter how well you maintain your vehicle, this is just an inevitable part of vehicle ownership and use. Thankfully, we’ve done a little research to narrow down the most common vehicle repairs nearly everyone encounters.
Here are the top 4 vehicle repairs and part replacements you may have to make, and what they might cost you.
Summer is almost here, which means it’s time to start planning those epic summer road trips! We’ve selected the top 3 drives to put on your bucket list this year. Featuring spectacular landscapes, epic views, and wildlife spotting, these are the routes worth planning for. We’ve also included a little history behind each highway and the top spots you’ll want to take a break at along the way. So, sit back, relax, and start appreciating the incredible splendor this great country has to offer.
One of the main causes of fuel pump and fuel filter failure has to do with the gas tank. If you think about it, thousands of gallons of gas go through your tank every year. It’s inevitable that some debris and sediment will end up in the tank, and rust will most likely develop as well. Cleaning your gas tank from time to time is an important task to help prolong the life of not only your fuel filter, but your engine overall.
Automotive engines have transformed over the years, but two main gasoline powered combustion engine designs remain: the 2-stroke and the 4-stroke. While we’re sure you’ve at least heard these terms before, do you really know the difference between them? How do they work, and which is better? Read on to learn the answers!