Keeping Your Car Tidy

Keeping Your Car Tidy

  • Buying a Used Freightliner Truck? Avoid Getting a Lemon With These Tips

    When you're just starting out as an independent truck driver, you want to save as much money as possible. Getting a used truck is a good way to keep costs low while still obtaining a reliable and durable vehicle that fits your needs. But just like purchasing a regular vehicle, you must take care when shopping for a used freightliner truck to avoid buying a lemon. Here are a few tips to help you with the process.

  • Brake Service: 4 Signs It Is Time To Have Your Brakes Checked

    You rely on your vehicle's brakes for safety purposes while driving, so it is essential that you not ignore the warning signs. Far too many people let things like noises and smells go for too long, putting you at risk of the brakes giving out when you need to make an emergency stop or slow down your vehicle. Here are some signs that it is time for brake inspections and maintenance.

  • Three Examples Of Work Typically Done In An Automotive Machine Shop

    There are two kinds of machine shops; those that work on vehicles and those that are part of an industrial plant. There are several differences between these two types of machine shops, but if you are not familiar with the work done in an automotive machine shop, you may want to familiarize yourself with it in case your own vehicle needs work. The following examples highlight three examples of the work typically performed in an automotive machine shop and not in an industrial one.

  • 3 Ways To Cut Down On Your Chances Of Being Stuck On The Side Of The Road

    Being stuck on the side of the road can be annoying and frustrating, especially if you were on your way to work or some important event. It isn't something that anyone plans for. It just happens. However, there are things that you can do to help minimize your chances of being stranded and having to wait for a tow company to come and bail you out. Just follow these three simple tips below to start cutting back on your chances of ever being stranded on the side of the road.

  • How To Replace The Gasket On A Manually-Operated Sunroof

    The rubber gasket around the perimeter of sunroofs on cars can become brittle with age. Eventually, the gasket can become so deteriorated that it starts to let melting snow and rain leak in around the sunroof and drip into the car onto your head. You need to replace the old gasket with a new one to create a new seal to stop the water from getting into your car. Here is how you can replace the rubber gasket around the perimeter of a manually-operated sunroof on your car.

About Me

Keeping Your Car Tidy

Do you have kids? If you do, then you know how impossible it can be to keep your car interiors in decent condition. Our four boys are constantly trying to smear things into the upholstery. However, by using a few clever tricks, my wife and I have been able to keep our cars in good shape. The goal of my website is to help other parents to care for their cars, so that they don't end up paying for pricy repairs later. Having kids isn't always easy, but by knowing how to keep them from destroying your ride, you might be able to avoid a few unplanned expenses.