Performance Brake Upgrades That Will Make Your Classic Muscle Car Stop Like A Contemporary Sports Car

Classic American muscle cars are renowned for their aggressive styling, rip-roaring engine notes, and superb straight-line speed. However, when it comes to braking performance, most of the classics leave a lot to be desired. A lot of them rolled off of the assembly line with inefficient drum brakes. Compared to modern sports cars, even high-performance classics with four-wheel disc brakes were equipped with sloppy brake line setups along with subpar calipers, rotors, and pads. [Read More]

2 Mistakes To Avoid When Waxing Your Car

If your car has been looking a little dull lately, you may decide that it's time to put a coat or two of wax on it. However, if you do not perform the job correctly, you may wind up with an uneven appearance or may leave behind streaks that will remain for a few weeks. When you go to wax your car, make sure you avoid the following mistakes. 1.  Applying Wax Without Washing Your Car First [Read More]

RV Services You Must Do Before Hitting The Road

Maintenance and servicing are just as important for your RV as they are for your automobile, maybe more so, especially if you are going on a long-distance road trip. Whether you have a full-size RV or a pop-up, it is important to ensure your RV is running its best at all times. Although cleaning the RV is a necessity for comfort and aesthetics, it can't be driven if it isn't running properly. [Read More]

4 Signs You Need To Replace Your Vehicle's Battery

The battery in your vehicle powers all of the auxiliary systems, as well as provides the spark that allows your engine to start up. However, car batteries do not last forever, as their constant operation and the stress of driving can cause a number of mechanical issues. Understanding the four most common and serious indications that your battery is no longer in proper working condition can help you figure out when you should have it replaced before it can cause further problems for your car. [Read More]