What To Do When You Buy A Car With A Completely Unknown History

Sometimes you need a car badly enough and you may make hasty decisions. If the car runs well, has lower mileage than what you are looking for, and is the right price, you may see it as a good buy. The possible issues may only set in only after you become the official owner of the vehicle. There can be big problems when you purchase a vehicle that has no service records at all that you can pull immediately. [Read More]

Transmission Leaks: Why They Happen And What To Do When You Have One

If you happen to spot a puddle of fluid under your car after it has been parked for a while, try to determine the color of it if you can. A puddle under the car isn't always a sign of trouble since water will drip out of your air conditioner under normal circumstances. However, that water is clear. If the fluid you see is brown or red, it might be transmission fluid. [Read More]

How To Safely And Legally Tow Your Tiny House

How do you tow a tiny house? It's a good question to ask if you're considering joining the tiny house movement. The movement is becoming a more popular one, as tiny houses appear in the news and even get their own TV shows on cable networks. As the tiny house movement gets more exposure, more people want to join it and live more simply while reducing their carbon footprint. While some people choose to have a tiny house in a fixed location, part of the allure of the movement for some people is the ability to own a portable home they can take anywhere. [Read More]

Inexpensive Used Car Owners: 5 Tips For Buying Used Tires From An Auto Salvage Shop

A set of standard all-season car tires carry an average cost of$80 - $150. If your car itself is not of much value, this price can seem unreasonable. Fortunately, you can score good, reliable tires for a fraction of the cost at the salvage yard, as long as you know what to look for. Read on for 5 tips for buying used tires from an auto salvage shop. 1.  Check For Sun Damage [Read More]