The last thing I’ll post from the NATMUS. Finally got to see a GM Futureliner! I’ve read about them since I was a kid and I’ve seen posts on here before about them. This happens to be truck No. 10 from 1953. What a massive vehicle! , at National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States. Continue reading “GM Parade of Progress”
It’s so easy to buy a car these days. And it’s quite easy to learn how to drive. However, it’s more difficult to understand what makes your car work, let alone know how to keep it in tip-top shape. Never fear we’re here to help you become a smart, informed driver on the A timing belt is a toothed belt that connects the engine crankshaft to the camshaft . Continue reading “Check Timing belt: When does it need to be replaced”
It’s so easy to buy a car these days. And it’s quite easy to learn how to drive. However, it’s more difficult to understand what makes your car work, let alone know how to keep it in tip-top shape. Never fear–we’re here to help you become a smart, informed driver on the road. Here are ten basic things every car owner should keep in mind: Continue reading “10 maintenance tips every car owner should know”
There are many things that can go wrong with your car, but no need to worry, there is a solution for almost every problem.
Of course, you can call your local automobile association or a towing service and have your car towed to a local repair shop, but if you want to know why it doesn’t start, read further. Continue reading “Why a car won’t start troubleshooting tips”
A long trip is a serious test for your car and even a small problem such as a worn windshield wiper, out-of-balance tire can cause a lot of troubles. We have prepared a few simple tips on how to prepare your vehicle for a trip. However, this checklist does not include many other important items such as brakes and suspension components that may only be inspected by a mechanic in a garage with the car on the lift. Continue reading “How to prepare check a car Before a long road trip”