How will trade tariffs affect my car Part 1

Not too long ago the United States Government proposed a 25% tariff on imported auto parts. The general idea behind these tariffs is to...

What do those numbers mean on my tire?

Have you ever tried reading your tire size? It looks like a jumbled mess, doesn't it? Even though there's a lot to take in,...

It’s only a little rust

If you've ever owned a car that was once from a northern state or a beach, you probably know what rust is - it’s...

Shocks and Struts, what are they and what do they do

Shocks and struts are an integral part of driving comfortably. The main purpose of shocks & struts is to absorb kinetic energy (objects have...

Gas saving tips that help the wallet

Let’s not play games, folks - we can pretend, we can say it's not a big deal, but that does not shield us from...

Most Common ways cars fail state inspections Part 3

Window Tint In North Carolina, window tint can only be as dark as 35%, with exceptions being made for medical purposes. On cars, every window...

Most common ways cars fail state inspections Part 2

Emissions Vehicles model year 1996 and above, with the exception of vehicles less than three model years old and with less than 70,000 miles, require...

The most common way cars fail state inspections Part 1

State inspections are a staple of North Carolina Car Ownership, and you've most likely been through the process of getting one before. If you...

Lemonade please -Part 3

Honda Motor Company Honda was the second-best brand on the list, with only one lemon per approximately 3 Million cars. Luxury brand Acura, however, made one...

Lemons continued -Part 2

Ford Motor Company The majority of their brands did not make this list, but flagship Ford did, and it didn’t do well, making one lemon...

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