It is a commonly known fact that the Ultra Violet (UV) rays from the sun can cause damage to the human skin. These rays are not only harmful to the humans but also for the paint of your automobile. As constant exposure to the sunlight can cause the paint of your car to fade away at a very rapid pace and make it look worn out and old even if it is relatively new. Therefore, it is best that you should take care of it and do not expose it to extended sunlight. One way of protecting the car from unnecessary exposure to sunlight is to keep it in a garage or a covered parking place, by doing so you will not only protect the exterior paint of your car but also the rubberized tires and headlights from damage. If you are really in love with your car or in other words a car freak and want to see it in showroom condition even after 10 years, you can try the following.
Repairing your cars can often turn out very expensive. This is the reason why many car owners try to avoid seeking professional help and adopt the DIY course, which is not bad altogether but has some big negatives. People open youtube search for terms like “how to change brake pads” and they begin to think that they can do it all. We believe that humans can do everything but there are certain things that require specialists – people with top skills and experience to back it up.
Car repair is one such thing as a bad fix can put you and people around you at great risk. Still, need convincing? Please check out our pick of 3 reasons why DIY is not for car repairs…
Anyone who owns a car and has been driving for some time knows that maintenance is a crucial part of keeping a car. For drivers, it is important to keep an eye on small problems and fix them before they turn bigger. In this article, we will mainly be talking about your car’s braking system and how to keep it up and running.
If you own a car, whether it be new, old, or somewhere in between, you’re going to need a mechanic. Hopefully someone you trust, hopefully someone that’s available, someone who won’t gauge you on price, and one that is convenient.
Hey, I just described most of the mobile mechanics out there!
While I may be biased (I’m a mobile mechanic), there’s plenty of reasons why you want to have a mobile mechanic on your speed dial, rather than your traditional mechanic shop, but I’ve boiled it down to the top 5…
Although it may be simple enough to calculate the Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for an automobile, esimating the ongoing costs of ownership from month to month, takes a little more calculation depends on a number of factors. For the gasoline or diesel vehicles, many of these factor have been studied, and are understood by the general public. The costs for owning and maintaining electric cars, are a bit fuzzy, at least in the minds of the customers I service.
So what exactly are the ownership costs associated with an electric car?