Monthly Archives: October 2017

7 Collectible Cars You Chould be Buying for 2018

Cars are cherished collector's items in many people's homes. Even auto repair technicians usually have their favorite ride. Of course, not every car can be a highly coveted collectible worth a few times its selling price. But rest assured that 2018 will be a great year to get a good buy on several beautiful vehicles. Here are some of the top collectible car picks for 2018, from the experts in auto repair care: Chevrolet Corvair These cars are mechanically quite simple. If something does break, the aftermarket for spare parts is still relatively decent, according to reliable auto mechanics. Right now, these cars are low on the radar and are still affordable. For those that remember, the real doom of the Corvair (and others like it) came with Ralph Nader's book "Un ... read more

5 Myths (and 2 Truths) about your Car Tires

5 Myths (and 2 Truths) about your Car Tires

Your car tires are arguably the most important component on your vehicle. For most people, they trend as among the least understood parts of a car. There are many misconceptions and myths about car tires, some of which are actually true! Here are a few of the most ‘pop'-ular of myths to take the mystery out of your new tires: 1. Your Car Tires May Burst if You Exceed the "Max Pressure" Number on the Sidewall A Myth! The "max pressure" number placed on the sidewall of your car tires has nothing to do with the tire being full to the point of bursting at all. In fact, the indicators for max pressure and max load let you know the best tire pressure and maximum weight for the car tire. Fortunately for everyone, new tires will not blow open, even when filled well beyond the maximum pressure numbers. Although they may not blow, any auto mechanic or auto repair specialist will recommend not to ... read more

Top New Car Innovations to Ask Your Auto Mechanic

Top New Car Innovations to Ask Your Auto Mechanic

We take a lot of innovations for granted nowadays in our cars, which were luxury items in the past. Items such as anti-lock brakes, air bags, and even seat belts were simply novelties not too long ago. Now, many new cars include those, along with other features not even dreamed of in the past. Even the most experienced auto mechanics are always learning of new technologies, tools and techniques to increase a car's safety and performance. Innovations are fast becoming more than just features, but a source of pride and joy among car enthusiasts. There are so many upgrades available nowadays, that even top auto mechanics can sometimes have a hard time keeping up with it all. Here are some new innovations that will be making their way into cars within the next few years (if they have not made ... read more