Category: How To

Mar 11

Once Upon an Extremely Cold Morning: Making Sure Your Car Starts

Making sure your car starts

We all have those days when we would prefer to stay in our warm pajamas rather than venture into the cold. But let’s be honest: pajama days aren’t always an option. There are few things more frustrating than waking up on a frigid morning and pushing away every devilish thought that lulls you back under …

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Feb 18

Tips to Preserve the Life of Your Battery

Preserve the Life of your Battery

The battery—it’s the life-giving organ of your vehicle! So, how are you taking care of it? In honor of National Battery Day, here are several tips to preserve the life of your battery.   Be prepared! For those just-in-case scenarios when you forget to unplug your car accessories or turn off your lights and your …

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Aug 29

How to Organize Your Glove Box and Maximize Space

For many people, the glove box of their car is like a black hole, sucking in every tidbit of junk that passes by, whether it’s expired insurance cards or your kids most recent McDonald’s Happy Meal toy. While this might work in an everyday situation, there can be the occasional embarrassing moments when you need …

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May 23

Surviving a Road Trip with Your Kids

Surviving a Road Trip with Your Kids

Road trips are a lot of fun. The open road, fresh smells, and a warm breeze in your hair are just some of the beauties of the, “ARE WE THERE YET?! MOM HE’S HITTING ME! SHE WON’T STAY ON HER SIDE OF THE CAR!” Yep it can change that quick now that you have kids …

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Apr 26

How To: Change Your Own Oil

Change Your Own Oil

Having to go to a mechanic or elsewhere to get an oil change can be a hassle, or you may just not have the time to get in before they close. Follow these easy steps to change your own oil, and take some of the pain out of the equation. Change Your Own Oil Steps …

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Sep 06

How To: Tow A Trailer

As school starts and students move back to college, we find ourselves asking questions we have never thought of before, like: “what if I need to tow something? Can my car handle it?” or “If I need to tow something, how do I properly set it up?” If you find yourself thinking these, or other …

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