Four Reasons You Need To Repair Car Hail Damage Fast

Car hail damage may not seem like a priority repair, but you shouldn't delay it too much. Even a small amount of hail damage presents several threats to your car. The damage starts out small, but it will grow and present a serious threat to your car's integrity and value. Here are four reasons you need to move fast to fix the hail damage: Paint Job Damage A small to average hail damage is usually nothing more than a few dents on your car, but it won't stay that way for long. Read More 

3 Common Reasons The Check Engine Light Comes On

There's nothing more mysterious than the check engine light coming on in your car, after all, your car doesn't seem to be acting any different. As such, most people tend to opt to simply ignore the light, until a noticeable problem presents itself. However, ignoring the engine light can actually be quite costly in the long run, even if it doesn't necessarily mean that your car is down and out. Here are some of the most common reasons the check engine light might come on. Read More 

How To Catch Smog Inspection Scams

In an effort to aid human health and stop air pollution, a number of states have instituted mandatory smog and emissions testing for vehicles. Vehicles must pass the smog inspection in order to be deemed road worthy. If the vehicle does not pass the test, the vehicle owner must clear up any issues causing the test fail before they receive a clear inspection and are able to legally hit the road. Read More 

Understanding Car History Reports

If you are planning on buying a used car or selling your car, then you might have heard of something called a free car history report. You might have even looked at one or two in the past, depending on how you bought your car. Chances are that you have seen a commercial or heard someone tell you about just how important car history reports are, but why is that? To help you maneuver a little better through the world of used cars, here is an introduction to the subject: Read More 

How Large Should My RV Trailer Be?

The largest RVs are those that are called Class A RVs. They are constructed on top of a chassis that is often used for a bus. While many RV owners feel like they could use a larger RV, there are some downsides to purchasing a larger one. How Long Will You Be Camping? If you intend to spend a long time in one location with your RV, it would make sense to purchase a larger RV because it will be easier to live within a larger one. Read More