Posted September 18, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
Do you think you have what it takes to be a good mechanic? Have you wondered if you could handle the day-to-day responsibilities of this stressful job? Take the quiz and find out!
Posted September 15, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
When you go to buy a used car, you may end up dealing with some unscrupulous people. The biggest fear of many car buyers is paying for a car that has been in a major accident. Here are some tips to help you avoid that fate.
Posted September 11, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
Buying a car is an exciting but stressful experience. If you've never been through it, you may not know what to expect, or what to do. Here are some tips to help you when it's time to buy.
Posted September 09, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
Road rage isn't healthy for you, your car, or the drivers who have to experience your wrath. It can also make for very unsafe situations. Here are some tips to avoid this unpleasant experience.
Posted September 04, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
If you're looking for the right mechanic, you can't only go by gut feeling when making a decision. Here are some questions to ask before trusting someone with your car.
Posted September 02, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
Many people think that spending money on upgrades to your car will help you when it comes time to sell it. While that's not always the case, some modifications can help raise your car's resale value. Here are some of them.
Posted August 28, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
Car customization is incredibly popular as many owners want to put their own personal touch on their cars. But many times, adding or modifying features can affect the car's value. Here are some modifications to avoid.
Posted August 27, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
Buying a new (or used) car is a stressful experience that most people don't enjoy. Many people expect to be taken advantage of, and act accordingly. Here are some tips to help you the next time you step foot into a dealership.
Posted August 26, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
Everyone is always looking for ingenious new ways to save money on repairing their car. Some people, however, want to not pay any money for auto repair at all. Here are five shortcuts to help you do just that.
Posted August 25, 2014 by Ken Kupchik
Lots of people are very handy and choose to perform maintenance and repair themselves. The internet makes it easier than ever to find out how to fix your car. However, there are some things you should still leave to a professionally trained mechanic.
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