Protecting Your Vehicle Against Auto Glass Damage

Auto glass damage can be a dangerous problem to experience for a number of reasons. However, car owners are often ineffective at responding to these damages or taking steps to prevent them from occurring. Luckily, responding to and preventing this type of damage does not have to be as complicated or confusing as car owners assume. Protect The Glass From Worn Wiper Blades Worn wiper blades can be a very common source of damage to auto glass. [Read More]

3 Ways To Protect Your New Windshield

Driving with a cracked windshield is dangerous and replacing your windshield can be expensive. Once you have your windshield replaced, you want it to last as long as possible. The best approach to windshield maintenance is to do your best to protect your windshield from getting cracks or needing replacement in the first place. Here are three ways to protect your new windshield: Keep Distance Between You and Other Vehicles One of the most important things you can do to protect your windshield is to maintain plenty of distance between you and the car in front of you, especially when driving on the highway. [Read More]

Understanding Your Car's Battery Charging System And Potential Problems

Many car owners recognize battery issues with their cars when the car won't start and they discover that the battery is dead. Sometimes, they get a bit of an early warning when they notice the lights dimming or other power problems. Most cars are equipped with a battery-charging gauge on the dashboard, but when you don't understand its readings, you may not recognize when your battery is starting to deteriorate. Here are a few things that you need to know about your car's battery and that battery gauge. [Read More]

3 Practical Reasons For Tinting Your Car's Windows

Window tinting can be a great way to transform the look of your vehicle, with a very sleek appearance that is not common on the road. However, window tinting can be used for more than aesthetics, since there are some practical reason to darken your vehicle's windows. 1. Interior Protection Your car spends a lot of time under the sun, and it can potentially damage your vehicle's interior. This is especially true if you do not own a garage and park out in the open when you're at work. [Read More]