Oct 13 2020
Whether you’ve just bought a new car and it’s lacking in gadgets, or you’re looking for new ways to enhance an existing vehicle, shopping for in-car tech and accessories is an affordable way to give your ride an upgrade.
Sitting conveniently behind your windscreen, a dash cam will record the road and your surroundings as you drive. Simple to install, and even easier to use, it’s a piece of in-car tech that’s popular with drivers for many reasons.
The primary function of a dash cam is to offer road users peace of mind while they travel. Capturing everything from minor mishaps to more serious accidents, dash cams can provide invaluable evidence if you ever need to claim on your insurance.
Of course, dash cams can be great for more creative purposes too. You can use the footage to create your own videos to share with friends, family or even on YouTube.
Oct 13 2020
The Benefits of a Car Diagnostic Test
So your car is experiencing some problems, and you decide to take it to the shop. While it’s there, the mechanic recommends running a diagnostic test on your vehicle. While most car owners consent to a car diagnostic testing without any hesitation, some have misgivings, mainly because they aren’t aware of the benefits that a car diagnostic test would bring. Here are some of those benefits.
#Car diagnostic tests prevent a breakdown
It is unfortunate that some people bring their cars in for a diagnostic test only when the check engine light suddenly turns on. When that light comes to life and blinks incessantly; it’s a clear sign that your vehicle is headed for a major breakdown. In some cases, it would be too late. But if you have your mechanic run diagnostics while there are no major issues, or while it’s being serviced for simple problems like a broken fan belt, you will be able to
Oct 13 2020
Tip #1: Want to Make Your Car Last Longer? Wash Your Car!
Wash and wax your car regularly! Believe it or not, washing your car is more than just about aesthetics. When you don’t wash your car, all the foreign bodies in the air start to collect onto its body. Over time, that coat of dirt will eat through the clearcoat. Eventually the paint will start to oxidize and turn into rust. And if that rust goes beyond the surface of the paint, gets into the metal work, then that car is done for! Rust is like cancer to a car, and once it reaches the body panels it spreads like wildfire. Rust may even spread to the frame and chassis, which will render the car completely unsafe to drive.
Those of us fortunate enough to live in Southern California think we are immune to the worst rust causing elements, just because we don’t see snow and salt. Think again. You know that big beautiful blue thing we’re all so lucky to live