Bought A Used Car? 2 Maintenance Tips To Help It Run Longer

Posted on: 9 October 2019
If you purchased a used car, this is a good choice, as you can save a lot of money buying used. You need to make sure you maintain it properly, however. This will help keep your car running much longer for you. Below are two maintenance tips to get you started. Change the Oil One of the most important things you can do for your used car is to change the oil.
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3 Important Marine Maintenance Parts and Tools to Keep in Your Boat's Tool Box

Posted on: 10 June 2019
Spending time out on your boat is super rewarding, but when something goes wrong out on the water, the most prepared boater is the boater who has a toolbox full of the things they need to make repairs and get on with their trip. It is wise to build a good collection of tools and marine parts to keep in the toolbox you have onboard your boat, and this collection will definitely grow with time.
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Signs That Your Radiator Has A Leak

Posted on: 23 March 2019
If you have an older vehicle that you want to keep, then you need to be mindful of potential issues that may appear when it comes to your car. Radiator problems are quite common, and oftentimes if they are identified early, they can be repaired. Radiator leaks are typically the issue, so keep reading to learn about some signs that your radiator is leaking. Puddles Under Your Car Puddles underneath your engine are fairly common and typically the result of condensation from your AC system.
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Why You Should Have Your Vehicle's Instrument Cluster Panel Repaired Before Your Upcoming Road Trip

Posted on: 26 September 2018
If there is something wrong with your vehicle's instrument cluster panel, you might still be driving your car even if you haven't had the problem fixed yet. If you're going to be going out of town on a road trip, though, you should make it a priority to have the problem repaired before you leave. Here's why. Watch Out for Tire Problems Many vehicle instrument cluster panels have tire pressure lights and other indicators that can help you catch problems with your tires.
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