Four Tips To Help You Make Your RV Restoration More Modern And Up To Date

If you want to enjoy traveling, and RV can be a great way to travel. There are many options for new RVs, but the problem is that these are not in everybody's budget. If you want to enjoy traveling in an RV, buying a used RV is a great option. The problem with used RVs is that they can sometimes be a little outdated. This can be fixed with a few renovations and improvements such as installing solar panels for power, or using lightweight materials for finishes and furniture. [Read More]

Car Tips: 4 Signs That It Is Time To Get A Tune-Up

Getting a tune-up may be something you don't want to think about it, but it is still important. Older cars that do not have an electronic ignition or fuel injectors may need a tune-up up every 12,000 miles or once a year. Newer cars generally need a tune up every 30,000 miles or every two years. The following are four signs it is time to take your car in to get serviced. [Read More]

How To Remove Brake Dust From Wheels

If you've ever had an issue with brake dust on your wheels, you know it's difficult to have it removed. Most times it will come off with a simple car wash, but if the dust has been on your rims long, or it's baked on, it takes a little bit of muscle to get it off. See below for instructions on how to get brake dust off of your rims. [Read More]

How To Troubleshoot A Brake Pedal

If you have noticed that your brake pedal is sinking or causing other worrisome problems, it should not be ignored. In general, the longer you go without having your brakes looked at, the worse the damage can be. Here are some troubleshooting tips for your brake pedal so you can determine what the problem might be. The Pedal Sinks to the Floor There is no reason you need to press your brake pedal all the way to the ground just to slow down or stop your vehicle. [Read More]