Choosing The Right Oil For Your Car

Taking your car in for regular oil changes is one way to prolong the life of the engine. Another way is to choose the right oil for your car. The time of year, age of the car and the type of driving you do all factor into which oil to put into the car. Here are your choices for motor oil and how each one might benefit your car. Conventional Motor Oil Read More 

3 Signs That Your Brakes Need Attention And Servicing

Owning your own car is very exciting. Many people look forward to the time when they will be able to have their own car and the freedom that it provides. However, car ownership also comes with a cost, and it is very important that if you own a car you know how to care for it. One of the most important parts of the car is the brakes. Here are some warning signs that your brakes are failing and the car needs maintenance. Read More 

3 Things To Look For When Shopping For An RV For Your Family

If you are in the market to purchase an RV for your family, then there are several out there that may work for you. However, since it is so important to make sure that the RV you purchase has everything that your family will need, it is best to do your research and shop around. This article will discuss 3 important things to look for when it comes to shopping for your new RV. Read More 

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Staying Safe As A Stranded Senior Citizen

Any time your car fails you and leaves you stranded it can be scary, but as a senior citizen, you may have a few extra concerns, whether they are health-related or otherwise. Placing a call to a tow truck service to help you out as quickly as possible is always the right first move, but there are a few things that you should do to stay safe while you wait. Here is a simple list of do's and don'ts you should keep in mind as a stranded motorist who is also a senior citizen. Read More 

Wintertime Transmission Issues To Be Aware Of

Most motorists are aware of the fact that cold weather can be hard on a vehicle. However, many are under the assumption that cold weather affects mainly the engine. In fact, low temperatures can also have a negative impact on the operation of a vehicle's transmission. The following are four potential wintertime transmission problems to look out for and avoid in the coming months: The thickening of transmission fluid Cold weather can make transmission fluid get thicker so that it flows through the radiator, cooling circuit and flow directional valve more slowly. Read More