Valentine’s Day is coming up, so why don’t you show your vehicle some love? Our cars get us from here to there, so they deserve some TLC. For some tips on how to care for your vehicle, keep reading.
Cars make a variety of sounds and, for the most part, they are pleasant enough. However, it can be particularly jarring to hear a sound that doesn’t belong. Like a broken instrument in an otherwise flawless symphony, a piece not working in concert with the rest of the vehicle tends to make an awful lot of noise.
The back to school season is often a very busy time for parents and students alike. Given all the things you have to check off during this time, forgetting about the car can be very easy. Whether you drive the children to school yourself or have provided a car for your child to go to school with in college or high school, the car’s maintenance should be a priority to you. Here are some tips to follow to ensure the car is ready for the school year.
When it comes to keeping your car running smoothly, oil is one of the most important components. Oil reduces friction within the engine and helps prevent potential problems. Oil should be changed frequently, whether it’s running low or produces an unusual smell. To learn how to check the oil level of your vehicle, just continue reading.
For many people, auto loans are one of the first major financial decisions they make. These loans generally amount to over ten thousand dollars and create a significant footprint on a credit report. As such, it’s helpful to review the factors that contribute to a successful loan. Take a look at our list below for a few tips:
Being a first-time car buyer can feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to. When you are properly prepared to make your first vehicle purchase, you can experience a stress-free process that is as simple as possible. For tips to get through the process of buying a car for the first time, just keep reading this blog post.
Most people think of their cars as always being ready for a trip, no matter how long. But, that’s the wrong way to think. Before going on an extended road trip, you need to have your car thoroughly checked for possible problems, and have the work done to prevent those problems.
If you’ve ever looked at the gas indicator on your vehicle only to realize how close to “empty” you were, you’ve probably wondered exactly what impacts how much gas your car uses and how quickly it burns through it. It turns out that there are a few different factors that can impact fuel economy. Let’s take a look at some of them below!
If you’ve ever owned a vehicle for a length of time, chances are you’ve experienced the dreaded day that your key is turning in the ignition, your engine is sputtering, but it just will not start. What do you do?! We know just how stressful that can be here at Car Stop and have created a quick guide to help you diagnose the issue and take the first steps towards remedying it.
A new year brings a new set of goals and resolutions to fulfill and this year is no exception. When planning what changes you want to make, consider throwing some attention towards your back. It’s an investment that will pay off in spades for years to come!
Driving posture dramatically affects your body, especially if you are in a vehicle often. Although this posture is sometimes driven by external factors, such as inadequate or cramped seating in your vehicle, there are several behaviors that you can change.