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Troubleshooting Irregular Tire Wear

Your tires are the part of your vehicle that experience the most wear, since they are actually in contact with the road. Over time, your tires will naturally wear down. However, when the tread does not wear down evenly, it can point to issues with either your tires or your vehicle. Understanding the most common types of irregular tire wear and the problems that they r

Three Things To Know Before Choosing A Roadside Assistance Plan

Roadside assistance can be a lifesaver if you have a flat tire, run out of gas, or need to be towed. Before choosing a roadside assistance plan, you'll want to do a little bit of research to make sure you are getting the services you need in the event of a car emergency. Here are some things to consider when looking for a roadside assistance plan. Check To See If You

Will Auto Body Damage Get Worse Over Time?

Collision repair is something most drivers take for granted, especially after accidents and incidents involving their vehicles. For whatever reasons, people may prefer not to get their vehicles checked out after a collision, especially if the damage is deemed insignificant to the naked eye. Damage to a car is not only an eyesore, but it takes away from the value and a

Turning Your Clunker Into Cash

Vehicles provide access to convenient transportation, but a car or truck that is no longer running can quickly become a burden. Instead of turning to costly towing services to get rid of your obsolete vehicle, you should opt to turn your clunker into cash instead. Trading your old car or truck for money can seem complicated, but here are three simple avenues you can p

Why You Should Put A Spare Tire In Your New Car

In the past, it was often considered to be a given that cars had spare tires in the back. One thing that you might have noticed about new cars, however, is that many of them do not come with spare tires. If you have a new car that does not have a spare tire, it is important to do something about this. These are a few reasons why: Not All Tires Can Be Repaired