Choosing The Right Auto Parts

Setting Up Dash Cams to Protect Your Accident Argument

Whether you're involved in an accident that doesn't have a clear cause or the victim of fraud on the road, a dash cam can come in handy. These cameras can record much better quality and at much higher storage sizes than in previous years, but you need to know what features are required, worth your time, or just silly. Here are a few dash cam concerns to defend your side of the story with hard facts instead of word of mouth.   Read More...

Five Brake Maintenance Mistakes You Need To Avoid If You Have An Antique Vehicle

Proper brake maintenance is especially important in older classic or antique cars. If you don't keep brakes properly maintained, your vehicle could eventually become unfit to drive and you will lose all the money and effort you've put into it. The following are five brake maintenance mistakes to avoid on your older or antique vehicle to keep it in mint condition as long as possible: Neglecting to check the condition of the rotors and pads occasionally   Read More...

2 Possible Reasons Why Your Garage Door Will Not Open

If your garage door refuses to open correctly, you may wonder what could be causing the problem. If so, look for one of the following issues that could explain why your garage door will not open correctly. Tracks Are Bent or Blocked One problem that could be keeping your garage door from opening could lie with the tracks. If they have become bent or have any type of blockage, the door's rollers will not be able to roll past the damaged or blocked area.   Read More...

Signs That Your Carburetor Is In Need Of Assistance

If you have an older vehicle, then you likely pay close attention to ever little sound and smell when it comes to your engine. There are a wide variety of parts that require attention, especially when it comes to the motor. The carburetor is one of them. Keep reading to learn about some signs that this part is going bad and may need to be replaced.  Dark Exhaust  The carburetor is the part of the engine that mixes air with fuel so the mixture can be used as fuel for the vehicle.   Read More...

Auto Part Categories And Why It's Important To Understand Their Differences

If you do not know much about cars, it might surprise you to learn that auto parts are categorized by where they are purchased and how they are used. These categories are listed on your receipt when you purchase the parts. Understanding what these categories are and why the differences important will help you purchase parts for your vehicle when you need them. Certified New These are factory-direct, name-brand parts. They are extra parts produced by the same company that makes the make and model of car you drive.   Read More...