Preparing for a Hot Summer

Learn What Black, Bluish, And White Smoke Coming Out Of Your Car’s Tailpipe Mean

While hearing a strange noise is an obvious sign that something is wrong with your car, paying attention to the things coming out of your car is important too. You should check your tailpipe on a regular basis to see if any smoke is coming out of it. If there is, it is important to determine what color the smoke is because the color will indicate whether something is wrong with your car. Read More 

Signs You Need To Replace Your Car Tires

Car tires are the part of your vehicle that experiences the greatest amount of wear and tear while driving. Over time, they can begin to break down, which can cause serious problems for your vehicle and can greatly increase the chances of an accident occurring by reducing the amount of control that you have over your vehicle. Thankfully, there are a few red flags you can watch out for to help determine when you need to replace your car's tires. Read More 

Bought Your Teen an Old Car and Want to Restore It? Two Tips to Help You Get Started

Buying an older car can save you a lot of money, but you will likely need to restore it to make it look great. If so, you may be able to restore it on your own. Below are two tips to help you get started. However, you can always take the vehicle to a car-restoration company such as Graveyard Run Restorations if you need help or need them to do the entire car. Read More 

3 Tips for Using a Hair Dryer to Fix the Hail Damage on Your Vehicle

If you are dreading a trip to the auto body shop because your vehicle has recently acquired hail damage, you are not alone. In 2015, 5,412 major hail storms were reported, and an average of approximately 15 billion dollars worth of insurance claims for wind and hail damage have been filed annually for the last five years. Fortunately, many people have found that it is possible to use a hair dryer and dry ice to quickly remove mild hail damage from their cars. Read More 

3 Reasons Why Diesel Mechanics Are So in Demand

When you think about a mechanic, you might instantly think of someone who works on different types of gas-powered cars. However, diesel mechanics who specialize in working on vehicles with diesel engines are actually in very high demand, too. These are a few reasons why these mechanics' jobs are so important. 1. Diesel Vehicles Can Make Replacements Expensive, So Repairs Are Essential In today's society, disposing of things and replacing them is not considered uncommon. Read More 

About Me

Preparing for a Hot Summer

My husband and I own a home in the southern United States. Every summer, the temperature can soar to over 100 degrees. Because the weather gets extremely hot in our part of the country during long, summer days, maintaining the air conditioners in our vehicles is crucial. To accomplish this monumental task, we routinely have them inspected by a mechanic. This professional can inform us if the air conditioners in our cars need a boost of Freon. Freon is an odorless gas that helps to keep a vehicle’s air conditioner operating effectively. On this blog, I hope you will discover the most common problems associated with car air conditioners. Enjoy!

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