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10 Advancements In Car Technology

After inundating my brain with way too much information regarding vehicle advancements in technology, I need a couple weeks to recuperate.  However, the future of driving looks pretty incredible.  The rate at which vehicle technology is changing accelerates year by year. Many of the advancements are still in prototype stages, but some are literally right around…


Should I Buy A Truck Or Car? (Pros & Cons)

We all know that buying a vehicle can be a daunting task. Aside from having a plethora of options available on the market, there’s a diverse selection of types such as pickups, SUV’s, sedans, coupes, compact and sub-compact. It’s no wonder people are having a hard time deciding on a vehicle which truly suits their…


What Are Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Vehicles

To the consumer, a certified pre-owned vehicle (CPO) is an alternative to buying a new car at a higher price. Even if there are a few kilometers on the odometer, someone purchasing a CPO can afford a car that feels almost new, for less. Also, purchasing a CPO vehicle removes the uncertainty about the mechanical…


How To Fill Your Car Up With Gas

Driving brings about knowledge and lessons that normally can’t be learned anywhere else.  One such task is car maintenance. The most common routine to maintaining your vehicle is filling gas.  Even though it’s considered  a simple task that can be done regularly, for new drivers with limited previous experience, it can be quite daunting.  To…


How To Bleed Your Brakes

If you find that the brakes on your car are feeling “soft”, chances are good you have air in the lines.  The way to remove the air is to bleed the brakes. What you will need: Combination or Brake Bleeder Wrench Appropriate Brake Fluid For Your Vehicle Clean Jar (glass) Flexible hose (no longer than…


How To Change Your Brake Fluid

As a general rule of thumb, you should typically flush and change your vehicle’s brake fluid once every two years. Because this task doesn’t require you to be a red seal mechanic, you can replace the fluid on your own; However, most mechanic shops do this now with the help of brake flushing machines. So,…