Tips For Taking Care Of Upholstered Car Floor Mats

Posted on: 26 September 2018

The right upholstered car floor mats look nice and provide protection for your car's carpet. However, they occasionally need a bit of TLC as well. Taking good care of your car floor mats will keep them looking nice and will help them last longer, and it's pretty easy to do. These tips will help with taking care of upholstered car floor mats. Make Sure They're the Right Size The first thing you'll want to make sure of is that the car floor mats that you buy for your vehicle are the right size. [Read More]

3 Bolt-On Modifications That Will Turn Your Diesel Truck Into A Torque Monster

Posted on: 21 June 2018

You don't have to be a master mechanic to get huge torque gains out of your turbocharged diesel truck. In fact, you don't have to open up the engine at all. All you have to do is bolt on some aftermarket intake and exhaust components, hook up an ECU tuner, and your engine's performance will be completely transformed. 1. Performance Exhaust System Start by swapping out your stock exhaust downpipes with a performance unit. [Read More]

Interesting In A Car Magnet For Your Business? What You Need To Know

Posted on: 4 March 2018

If you want to advertise your business on your vehicle, but you don't want to get a custom vinyl wrap put on your vehicle, a car magnet is a great way to advertise your business on your vehicle without repainting your vehicle. Great Alternative to a Vehicle Wrap A custom car magnet is a great alternative to a custom car wrap. With a custom car wrap, your vehicle has to be repainted, which means that you lose access to your vehicle and have to rent one during the painting and curing process. [Read More]

3 Tips For Helping Senior Drivers See More Clearly

Posted on: 16 October 2017

If your eyes aren't quite what they used to be in your golden years, you may find driving even your own familiar car a worrying or even terrifying experience. But you don't have let issues involving low vision or glare sensitivity drive you right off the road. Here are three smart things seniors can do to brighten their driving experience: 1. Switch to HID Headlights Providers of automotive lighting services not only offer brighter halogen headlights than they did back when you got your driver's license, but they also offer an entirely new technology: HID (High-Intensity Discharge) headlights. [Read More]