What To Do If Your Car -- And Pet -- Are Towed

If you've ever left your pet in your car while running in somewhere to run a quick errand, beware, especially if you tend to leave your car in a no-parking zone. It's common for people to think that parking somewhere illegal for a few minutes won't make much of a difference, but many tow truck companies watch out for drivers like this. However, that means there's the risk that not only will your car be taken, but also your pet. [Read More]

Tips For Saving Some Cash When Taking Your Automobile To The Collision Center

Whether your car has just recently been damaged or you are finally getting around to fixing problems from a long time ago, you might want to save yourself some money. To do that, you can can advantage of the following money saving tips. Buy The Parts Yourself Sure, the collision center is able to order all of the parts needed for your vehicle. The problem with taking that route is that you are not there to comparison shop for the best prices. [Read More]

3 Signs Your Semi Truck May Have Shifting Problems

As a semi truck driver, the last thing you want to deal with on a run are mechanical problems, especially issues with shifting. While shifting problems don't always indicate a problem with your transmission, they shouldn't be ignored. These are some warning signs that can give you a heads up to shifting issues before the problem goes from bad to worse.  Sticking In Gear When you find your truck sticking in gear, you need to address the problem yourself or get an opinion from a qualified semi truck repair mechanic. [Read More]

What You Need To Know About Your Car's Fuel Pressure Regulator

Your car's fuel system relies on consistent pressure to ensure that fuel delivery is happening the way that it is intended. This is done with the use of a fuel pressure regulator. When the regulator is malfunctioning, there are a few key warning signs. Here's a look at the things that you should watch for as signs of impending problems with your car's fuel pressure regulator. Fuel Flow Issues If your car is having problems with consistent fuel flow, that's a sure sign that the regulator is failing. [Read More]