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Do you have a teenage driver in your home? Does your teen know what to do if he or she has car troubles when out and about? Is your teen driver included on your towing insurance policy? Does your teen driver have the phone numbers needed to get a tow when one is needed? There are many things that your teenager needs to know about when it comes to car troubles. Go to my site to find out what my mechanic helped me teach my son about dealing with roadside emergencies and car troubles. Hopefully, it will help you prepare your son or daughter for the day that the car breaks down on him or her.

Three Things To Know About Tipping Your Tow Truck Driver

4 March 2016
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You experience a moment or two of panic when your car breaks down either on the side of the road or in a random parking lot, but you'll quickly begin to feel calmer once you've called a towing service and are told that a tow truck operator is on the way. As you sit in your vehicle and wait for the tow truck to arrive, you might once again experience a moment of anxiety as you wonder whether you should tip the driver for providing this helpful service. Read More …

Why Is Your Exhaust Rattling And How Can It Be Fixed?

3 March 2016
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If you hear an unfamiliar rattling noise that sounds like it's coming from under your car, you most likely have a problem with your exhaust. There can be several causes for this problem, and it's important to identify the exact cause before trying to fix it. Identifying the Noise A rattling sound in the exhaust area of your vehicle alerts you that something is wrong, but pinpointing its cause if tricky. Read More …

Four Fast Facts Every Winter Driver Should Know

5 January 2016
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Whether you drive occasionally or every day, driving brings about a set of responsibilities that people who rely on public transportation don't have--especially in the winter months of the year. Along with the cold weather in some areas will comes heavy bouts of snow and dangerous ice covering the roadways. A safe driver in the winter is a well-prepared driver and part of being prepared comes with knowledge. Here are four fast facts that every winter driver should know. Read More …

4 Ways To Surprise Your Spouse With A Car Around Christmas

12 November 2015
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One of the biggest Christmas surprises that people receive is a new car. The big and lavish gift will last for years and make a huge impact on the holidays. This is why instead of simply giving their spouse a car, many choose to go out of their way to create a surprise with impact. As you plan a car surprise for your spouse, there are four unique ways you can make the Christmas present even more special. Read More …

4 Big Items For Your Road Trip Checklist

21 August 2015
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Road trips are one of the most liberating adventures, especially if you have a loose plan in mind. Before you head out on that highway, though, there are some things you should do for your vehicle. Checking these four items before you leave can save you a lot of time during your trip that you might have spent on the side of the road. Lights When you head out on a road trip, safety is a chief concern. Read More …