Childproofing Your RV: Protect Your Vehicle And Your Child With These Four Guidelines

22 December 2015
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When your home is on wheels, finding safe places to keep everything can be a challenge. Even though modern RVs have plenty of storage space for your stuff, keeping your kids out of the storage is another story. Also, making the RV a safe place for your child can also be a struggle. Here are some things you can do to keep your child safe (and protect your belongings) when you are living in an RV-- even in the short term. Read More 

4 Things That Can Damage Your Car’s Body

17 December 2015
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As a car owner, you want what is best for your car. Unfortunately, there are many things that will simply pass right over your head when you think about things that can cause damage to your car. Your car's body remains the most vulnerable spot on your car. It is, in many ways, like the exoskeleton of your vehicle. It is the strong outside that protects the vulnerable innards of your automobile. Read More 

Foreign Cars For Frugal Drivers: Tips For Keeping Your Vehicle In Shape For Less

6 July 2015
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The modern world is multicultural in just about every conceivable way, and the American car market is no exception. Foreign cars are incredibly popular with American buyers, landing spots in the top ten bestselling vehicles year after year. However, repairs and maintenance for a foreign car are handled differently than for an American-made one. If you want to save money on keeping up your vehicle, you need to know how to do it the smart way -- or you could just make your problems worse. Read More 

Learning The Language Of Cars - How To Become An Amateur Trouble Code Reader

23 June 2015
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When a modern car's "check engine" light comes on, it means the car's computer has a message for a mechanic. These messages are delivered in the form of OBD II trouble codes, and can be read by anyone with the right machine and a little know-how. If you want to be able to diagnose your car's problems for yourself, it's a relatively simple process to set up everything you'll need to receive and decipher its trouble codes. Read More 

3-Step Guide For Temporarily Fixing Your Car’s Fan Belt With Pantyhose When Stranded On The Roadside

8 May 2015
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If you find yourself stranded on the side of the road because of a broken fan belt, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to get yourself and your vehicle safely to a mechanic's shop. If so, use the following three-step guide for temporarily fixing the problem in an emergency using a pair of pantyhose. Step 1:  Inspect The Fan Belt The first step is to inspect the fan belt to see if it is what is causing your car's trouble. Read More