Replacing A Skylight On The Top Of Your RV

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The early spring is the time to inspect your RV to make sure it is in shape for the upcoming camping season. If you park your RV under trees during the winter, you'll also want to check the roof for damage from falling tree limbs and other debris. A falling tree limb can easily break a skylight on the roof. If you have a skylight that is broken or cracked, you should replace it as soon as possible to prevent water from getting inside the RV.

28 April 2016

4 Ways To Reduce Your Vehicle's Emissions

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Did you know that more than half of the typical American household's carbon footprint can be attributed to vehicle emissions? For this reason, an increasing number of states across the country have begun requiring vehicles to pass an emissions test upon being registered. Still, even if you live in a state where your vehicle doesn't need to pass emissions testing, there are some viable ways to go about reducing your vehicle emissions and thus living a greener lifestyle.

27 April 2016

3 Signs That A Noisy Vehicle Is In Need Of An Oil Change

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Does your vehicle made loud knocking sounds each time that you are driving it around? The loud sounds are likely coming from the engine, which means that there may not be a sufficient amount of oil in your vehicle. Oil is able to lubricate engine parts to prevent them from rubbing against each other. However, there are other signs that you can look for that points to your vehicle needing an oil change as well.

27 April 2016

The Top Four Best Volvo Models For Teen And Inexperienced Drivers

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Whether you're a teenager or an adult that never needed to drive until recently, the fact remains the same that your first year of driving is the most dangerous when it comes to serious crashes. Choosing the right car as a new driver could offer a life saving advantage if an accident does occur. These four Volvo models are all good options because of their combinations of budget friendly prices and high safety ratings.

27 April 2016

3 Early Warning Signs That Your Engine Needs Repairs

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The engine serves as the heart of your vehicle's mechanical system. A properly functioning engine beats steadily underneath the hood, but an engine that is in need of repair can wreak havoc on the performance of your vehicle. Addressing minor concerns promptly is a simple way to prevent the need for more costly repairs. Here are three early warning signs that you should be watching for to determine if your car's engine needs professional mechanical attention in the near future.

27 April 2016

3 Signs Your Auto AC Needs To Be Repaired

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Automotive air conditioning systems are essential during the summer months, because cars can become baking hot ovens if they're left sitting out in the sun for even a few minutes. However, because most drivers will use their air conditioning systems constantly during the summer, the likelihood of a problem developing with an automotive air conditioning system is quite high. Luckily, there are a few early warning signs of a malfunctioning air conditioning system which you can keep an eye out for so that you can get your air conditioning system repaired as soon as trouble appears.

26 April 2016

Repair A Small Hole In Your Van's Passenger Door

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A small hole in your van's passenger door that resulted after a minor traffic accident can become larger after being exposed to moisture for extended amounts of time. Learn how to patch the hole with the following steps. Afterwards, apply a fresh coat of touch up primer and paint to the repaired section to give the door a uniform appearance. Materials handheld scrub brush automotive detergent bucket water hose towel hand sander low and high grit sandpaper tack cloth auto body filler putty knife touch up primer touch up paint automotive compound buffing pad lint-free cloth Clean And Sand The Affected Area

26 April 2016