What You Need To Know Before Having A Vehicle Towed From Your Business Property

When you own a business, the parking space that you have available on your lot is a vital aspect of your property. If you do not have enough space, it can sometimes mean that customers will turn around and just go somewhere else to do their business. When parking slots are limited, having an abandoned vehicle on your lot can be a frustrating ordeal as a business owner. Before you pick up the phone and call a towing company for help, there are a few questions that you should know the answers to. Read More 

3 Tips To Get More Money When Junking An Old Car

If you have an old car that is just taking up space in your garage or backyard, you could be willing to do just about anything to get rid of it. The good news is that you can take your car to an auto recycling company, and not only will you be able to get rid of the eyesore, but you will also be able to get some cash out of the deal as well. Read More 

Save Money On Your Next Automotive Tint Job By Removing The Old Tint Yourself

If it has been a number of years since you had the windows in your vehicle tinted, there is a good chance that the tint has started to degrade and peel off. If you are ready to re-tint your windows, one way to save money is by removing the old tint yourself. That way, when you take it in, the shop will only have to worry about putting on new tint, and not taking off your old tint job. Read More 

Cheap Dent Fix: 2 Ways To Get Rid Of Minor Auto Body Dents

Coming out of the store or your home and finding a dent on your car can be irritating. But there is no need to fret. The following are 2 ways to get rid of minor dents on your vehicle's body. 1. The Plunger Method To use this method, you will need the following inexpensive materials: Grab a clean, dry plunger.  You will need some petroleum jelly. This is to help fortify the connection between your car and the plunger. Read More 

How to Dry Out Your Car

It happens to even the most careful car owners. A window is left open, or your sunroof is left open after a beautiful, sun-filled and warm day. Then the inevitable happens: it rains, soaking your entire car and its contents. There is a way to dry out your car, and it doesn't have to cost you hundreds of dollars to have your upholstery and interior dried—you can do it yourself. See below for instructions on how to dry out your car. Read More