Driving a recreational vehicle (RV) requires very good driving skills. Add to that a trailer, and even the most skilled drivers may face some issues. Unfortunately, practice and patience are the only ways to learn how to maneuver difficult driving tasks, such as driving an RV or towing a trailer. If you are planning to head out on a long road trip with your RV and you will be towing a trailer, make sure you practice your driving skills in an empty parking lot before hitting the road.
24 June 2015
If you've recently purchased a brand new car, you may be concerned about what you can do to preserve as much of your vehicle's value as you possibly can. This is a very valid concern, especially considering that your car depreciated by as much as eleven percent the moment you drove it off of the lot. Use this information to learn more about two techniques you can use to help retain as much of your car's value as possible.
10 June 2015
Chipped or cracked auto glass can happen at any time. Anything from a rock kicked up by a passing semi truck to an apple falling from an overhanging tree branch could result in windshield damage to your car. Fortunately, if you've got comprehensive insurance coverage, the fix should be both free and quick. Unfortunately, if you make any of the following all-too-common auto glass repair mistakes, things could become a bit more complicated (and expensive) for you.
13 April 2015
As the weather begins to warm up, it's common to start planning vacations for the upcoming summer. If your plans include taking a road trip, it's important that you begin making preparations with your car in mind. Keeping your car running smoothly and understanding how to prevent an accident while on the road can help ensure that you stay safe and won't need to take care of any expensive car repairs later.
16 March 2015