2 Signs There Is A Problem With Your Transmission

If your vehicle isn't acting right, it can be quite confusing to try and figure out what might be the problem, especially for someone who isn't mechanically inclined. Imagine your vehicle like that of your body. It has a lot of different components that make it all work together. If one component stops working properly, it can cause a whole host of other problems to ensue. The transmission in your vehicle is a very complex component that can be quite costly to repair if you neglect it. [Read More]

4 Signs Your Car Transmission Needs Repairs

If your car transmission is in dire need of repairs and you don't get them done in time, it could mean you'll have repairs that are a lot more costly down the line. It is important to pay attention to the signs the transmission is giving you so you can get to the mechanic as soon as possible. Here are some common signs that your transmission needs repairs. There is a Burning Smell [Read More]

The Health Benefits Of Tinting Car Windows

Tinted car windows not only create a stylish look for your vehicle, they can also offer you real health benefits. And as hard as it is may be to believe, tinting actually reduces the symptoms of some skin conditions by blocking you from severe UV ray exposure. They can also make your car cooler (temperature wise) and more comfortable to drive. Here are four problems that window tinting can help prevent. [Read More]

Three Reasons Why A Professional Air Conditioning Retrofit Is A Better Idea Than Do-It-Yourself Options

As a result of the Montreal Protocol adopted in 1987, production of the R-12 refrigerant (which was used in auto air conditioning systems for much of the previous century) is now banned in the US. R-12 is consequently hard to come by, and many owners of vintage and antique cars are looking for another option. One such option is to have these air conditioning systems retrofitted for use with today's accepted refrigerant, R-134a. [Read More]