What do import and domestic mean in terms of cars?
Import and domestic are terms that have been used to describe cars for almost as long as there have been cars to describe. What do import and domestic mean in terms of cars? It should be fairly obvious. If you’re in the United States, then import means any car made outside the United States. By contrast, a domestic is any car made inside the United States. The current truth of the automotive world is a lot muddier than that now. Read the rest of this entry
Tips for driving in the rain
Are you worried about driving in rain? Have you experienced a loss of control due to wet roads? Perhaps you simply want to know what you should do about puddles? We have tips for driving in the rain that includes those pesky puddles along with an explanation for hydroplaning and how to avoid it. Read the rest of this entry
How to stop with ABS on slick roads
Have you ever tried stopping hard with a vehicle that has anti-lock brakes? You likely have at least once. Whether it was a moment of inattentive driving, a slick road, or a sudden and unexpected obstacle, from time to time you have had to stomp on the brakes and you’ve likely felt the ABS fight you. Slick roads are the hardest situation to deal with. Want to know how to stop with ABS on slick roads? We can help! Read the rest of this entry
What are the differences between transmission types?
Most people know what a manual transmission is, though we can understand if many young people grew up without any exposure to manual transmissions at all, and they will only get rarer as time goes on. What about a CVT? That’s a new type of transmission that many people may be unfamiliar with. What are the differences between transmission types? We’ll try to provide some clarity. Read the rest of this entry
Is Jeep making a truck?
Americans definitely love their trucks, and we also love American brand trucks above all else. We love Ram trucks, Chevy trucks, GMC trucks, and Ford trucks, but there’s about to be a new American truck to choose from. Who’s making it? Is Jeep making a truck? Yes they are, and we can tell you all about it. Read the rest of this entry
Should you get cloth or leather seats in your car?
If you are looking for a new or used vehicle, then you may be wondering about the seating materials. Leather is one of the most advertised features of a car but is it worth it? Should you get cloth or leather seats in your car? We’ll explore your options. Read the rest of this entry
Ways to make your car payments lower
Are you looking to buy a used car, but would like to find some ways to make your car payments lower? That’s where we can help. Buying a used car is actually a complicated process, but with our handy guide we can make things simpler. Read the rest of this entry
Disadvantages of selling your vehicle privately
Though sometimes you can get more money selling your vehicle privately, there are many reasons why you may want to avoid it. We’ll run through many of them as we discuss the disadvantages of selling your vehicle privately. Read the rest of this entry
Can you drive barefoot in California?
Too many Americans, especially those not from California, often believe California to be riddled with restrictive laws, but that may not actually be the case. At least not when it comes to driving. Still, many residents and non-residents alike keep asking: Can you drive barefoot in California? We are here to answer that question once and for all. Read the rest of this entry
Where to donate for Carr Fire relief?
Wildfires are not just scary, they are also deadly and destructive. Currently, Redding, Shasta, and the surrounding Northern California areas are enduring one of the largest fires in the area’s history. It’s called the Carr Fire, and though you may not be able to fight the fire, you can help those affected by it. We will tell you where to donate for Carr Fire relief and give you some background on the damage. Read the rest of this entry