Tips to prepare for winter
Winter is coming. As you get your wardrobe ready to beat the cold, your car also needs a makeover to face the chilly weather. It will keep your savings in check as well if you properly manage your car beforehand. Every penny saved is a penny earned. Keeping the fluids, wipers, lighting, and new brakes in check can help you with a safe and efficient ride throughout the winter.
Here are some guidelines to keep your car running smoothly on the snowy and/or icy roads:
Can I change just one tire?
Yes, it is possible to change only one tire, but only when the other three tires have most of their treads intact. The reason four tires must be similar is because it will lend uniformity in handling and overall vehicle performance, which encompasses activities such as cornering, braking and accelerating. You wouldnt want your tires to start skidding if you are accelerating in an emergency, would you?
When is it necessary to change a tire?
The tread depth is an easy determiner of whether your vehicle...continue reading
Introducing the 2021 F-150
Alongside the Bronco and the Mustang Mach-E, the 2021 F-150 is one of the most highly anticipated Ford releases of the year. Below is a breakdown of some of the most notable features of this worksite workhorse.
Along with six trims, three cab sizes and three bed configurations are also available.
You will notice a C-clamp theme at different places on the pickup, signifying its use as a work vehicle. This can be seen by viewing the headlamps...continue reading
Iconic Cars: Spooky Edition
In most horror movies, we talk about terrifying characters, but did you ever think a creepy car could send shivers down your spine?
The Chevy COE from Jeepers Creepers
As the name implies, this is a seriously creepy movie. At the beginning the movie seems to tell the tale of a nice sibling road trip, returning home from spring break. This quickly changes, however, when the duo comes across a sinister 1941 Chevy COE. The truck in this film is almost comically large, specifically designed...continue reading
Carving a pumpkin is not difficult, however, it is still important to have a plan if you want your pumpkin to turn out well and your mess to be manageable.
Before you start, here is a quick rundown of the things you will need:
Start by picking a long-lasting pumpkin. You want your pumpkin to last through Halloween, right? So, pick the freshest highest-quality pumpkin from your nearest shop. Give your pumpkin knock, if you hear a hollow sound, youve found your pumpkin.
Prepare a workspace that...continue reading