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Many DIY gearheads are skilled at handling tools with their hands. As a car owner, you might fit into this image as someone willing to do some of the manual labor. Sure, you can change your own oil and change out old windshield wipers, but more serious body damage to the bulk of your car might have you scratching your head. Here are several DIY tips to help you repair your car's body damage after any accident it might have undergone.
The car-centric society in which we live has restricted many people to driving as the only way of getting around. However, gas prices, and the costs of maintaining your own car are increasingly rising, making it expensive to run a personal car. The cost of driving around can also be defined in terms of the impact it has on the environment. The good news is, there are a number of affordable alternatives to driving. Here are some options you may want to consider to save money, time, and lots…Continue
According to some of today’s automotive experts, there are five green cars with highly efficient safety tools and features worth considering. By investing in one of these vehicles, you'll help to reduce pollution and protect your passengers through each road trip. Take a look to see what some of the greenest cars on the market offer.
Ideally, every motorcycle owner should have a basic knowledge of how to perform several repairs on their bike. This will make you feel more in control and increase your understanding of the way the motorcycle operates. All it takes is a basic set of motorcycle repair tools, a manual, and the time to complete the repairs. Just think of the satisfaction associated with knowing the way to complete even a few basic repairs on your bike. Here are a few you should know.