How To Choose A Radiator Fan

Are you having trouble with your truck overheating? Do you sometimes let your truck idle on job sites while you load cargo or attach a trailer? If so, you may need to take additional steps to make sure your truck radiator has sufficient air flow. Your radiator keeps your engine cool, but it only works when there's constant air flow. Unfortunately, air flow is generated by the motor, so when your truck is moving slow or idling, there's barely any air generated. [Read More]

What Steps Are Involved In Restoring Your Classic Car?

Maybe it's always been a dream of yours to own a hot rod, or a classic Porsche roadster. For many people, though, the dream never becomes a reality. Instead, they just admire these beautiful classic cars from afar. However, sometimes a person will get the chance to buy a classic car. The most affordable classic cars are "project cars." These are cars that require serious work. Even if you are not mechanically inclined, it might be a great opportunity to own the car of your dreams. [Read More]

5 Tips For Staying Safe When Your Car Breaks Down

Breaking down on the road can really put a damper on your day, especially if you are in an unfamiliar area. Although being stuck in the middle of the road can be scary, it is important to stay calm. If you take control of the situation, you will be in a much better place. Here are five tips for staying safe when your car breaks down. Get Your Car off the Road [Read More]

Finally Get Your First Car? Here's 3 Indicator Lights You Should Know About

Now that you have your first car, there's something you should know. When those annoying indicator lights come on in your car, you should have them checked out as soon as possible. That's one thing you usually don't hear about when you're learning to drive. Those indicator lights actually do more than just blink off and on at an irritating speed. They're designed to let you know that your car needs some attention. [Read More]