The Pros And Cons Of Using A Tire Plug For A Flat Tire

Posted on: 1 March 2017
If you have a flat tire, you may be able to salvage the tire. Both plugs and patches can be used to seal up minor holes, preventing you from having to get a new tire. In some cases, a tire store may highly recommend one over the other, based on the location of the hole or the size of the hole that is causing the tire to go flat. In other cases, both will work and the decision is up to you.
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5 Aftermarket Car Parts That Really Will Improve Your Gas Mileage

Posted on: 8 June 2016
No matter what gas prices are at any given moment, most drivers always appreciate spending a little less on fuel by improving the efficiency of their vehicle. There are plenty of aftermarket auto parts that claim to increase the number of miles you get per gallon, but not all of them live up to those claims. These five aftermarket parts are all well-tested and known to actually increase your miles per gallon though, so you can feel confident investing in them.
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Do You Really Need To Purchase Snow Tires This Winter?

Posted on: 11 December 2015
If you are like most drivers, you know that snow tires exist, but unless you live somewhere that receives large amounts of ice and snow, you may have never seriously considered purchasing a set. This is because snow tires back in the day made for a horrible ride unless there was ice and snow on the road. This has all changed; most of the major tire manufacturers now make snow tires that offer great handling all winter long.
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The 101 On Your ABS: Understanding And Maintaining Your Anti-Lock Braking System

Posted on: 22 September 2015
Owning and operating a vehicle can be stressful. From the initial purchase and insurance costs to the necessary maintenance and automotive repairs, the overwhelming nature of owning a car, truck, or SUV is easy to see. Considering your brakes are an imperative aspect of your vehicle's operation, ensuring they are in proper working condition is key to your safety. Unfortunately, you may not understand how your vehicle's ABS, or Anti-lock Braking System, works.
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