6 Mistakes To Avoid When You Buy A Used Engine

An engine is a vitally important mechanical component of any vehicle. If you purchase a replacement engine for your vehicle, you need to make sure you choose the best possible piece of equipment for your vehicle to avoid mechanical problems in the near future. The following are six mistakes to avoid when you buy a used engine to get the most out of your investment. 1. Getting the wrong engine type Read More 

What To Watch For When Buying Auto Parts Online

When you are buying parts for your car or truck, you want to get a fair price, but if you are shopping online, you need to be careful. It is easy to get the wrong parts if you are not 100-percent sure what you need. If you are buying used parts, you may not get what you paid for, so use some extra caution dealing with used parts.  Looks can be Deceiving Read More 

What To Do When Your Car Is Damaged By A Flood

Raging floodwaters can cause all sorts of devastation. If your vehicle was caught up in the water, you know firsthand the intense level of damage a flood can cause. In the aftermath, you probably have many questions about your vehicle and where to begin in your recovery efforts. Learn what you can do with your flood-damaged vehicle to put your mind at ease.  Salvage What You Can If it's safe to do so, go inside your vehicle to assess the level of damage on the inside. Read More 

Three Signs It Is Time To Junk Your Old Car

Eventually, every car will hit a point where it doesn't make sense to sell it as a used car. Instead, it makes more sense to sell it to a company that pays cash for junk cars. However, as a car owner, you may find yourself wondering when you should try to sell it as an operable used car and when you should junk it instead. Here are a few of the signs that it may be time to junk your car. Read More 

Can You Still Use a Leveling Kit If You Haul Heavy Items?

Leveling kits raise the front half of your truck by a couple of inches and make the front visually even with the back, hence the name "leveling." These kits make the trucks look a little more "standard" for those who aren't planning to dump a ton of concrete chunks in the bed. However, if you have a pickup truck and want to level the front and back — but you still want to haul heavy items — are you setting yourself and your truck up for damage? Read More