2 Signs Your Transmission Is Going

These days, most cars have automatic transmissions. That means that when it's time to change gears, the transmission does it on your own. You don't have to do anything about it, the transmission senses when it's time and then you are ready to go. But, when the transmission starts to go, you are going to have problems. You will want to get it fixed as soon as possible, since the sooner you fix it, the better off you are, and the less expensive the repair is likely to be. [Read More]

Driver Or Passenger: The Big Question When Purchasing A Handicap Minivan

If you are in the market for a handicap minivan, you need to think carefully if you want to drive the minivan around or if you want to be the passenger. Most handicap minivans are designed to either allow the handicapped individual to be the passenger or to be the driver, not both. It is rare to find a handicap minivan that is equipped for the handicapped individual to fill both roles. [Read More]

Top Problems To Look For In A Car Through A Rough Winter

While there are some cars that are capable of handling cold-weather terrain with their upgraded features, such as all-wheel drive and adaptive suspension, most cars just don't measure up the same as SUVs or trucks in cold weather. Because of this, if you do drive a car and the winters get pretty tough, you will have to be vigilant about keeping tabs on things that can go wrong and require a trip to the auto repair shop. [Read More]

3 Tips For Winter Driving

Driving in the winter is never fun. If you live in an area of the country that gets a lot of snow, it can be downright dangerous when conditions are treacherous. Here are three tips to help you through the snowy season. Change Your Tires Before the first snowflake flies, schedule an appointment with your tire shop to get snow tires put on. While all-season tires are available- and they are a great product- people who live in snow belts or do a lot of winter traveling should really have tires that are specifically designed to handle a lot of snow. [Read More]