Don't Let A Flat Tire Stop You

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Don't Let A Flat Tire Stop You

Thanks for heading over to my site. I'm Kerry Webster. I have the worst wanderlust. When I had more free time, I put all of my belongings in storage, ended the lease with my apartment and hit the road. I would stay at hotels here and there, but most of my time was spent in my car. I quickly discovered the importance of auto maintenance, especially the maintenance of my tires. When your tires and wheels are not functioning properly, it is simply not safe to be on the road. So I decided to record much of what I have learned about tires and wheels on my blog.

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Nimble And Quick: 3 Cars From The ‘80s That Changed The Game

9 August 2017
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Before the '80s, American sports cars were all big V8 beasts, but the decade brought us changes in the domestic market, as well as many popular imports. Today, some of these cars are recognizable because of the advancements they made in auto technology. There were cars like the Shelby IROC and Buick Grand National that are just as popular today as they were 30 years ago. Here are some of the nimble and quick cars of the 80s that you want to have parked in your garage: Read More …

Moving To A Colder City During Late Fall? 3 Tips For Picking Out The Right Car Tires

9 August 2017
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When you're planning a move, it's always a good idea to look into what kinds of steps you need to take in order to ensure that you're comfortable once you arrive at your new home. If you're bringing your car with you and you're going to be living somewhere that's a lot colder than then where you typically live, it's a good idea to look into how getting new tires can make a big difference. Read More …

3 Common Vehicle Warning Indicators And What Your Car Is Trying To Tell You

7 August 2017
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Your car's dashboard is equipped with warning indicators that illuminate in various shapes to alert you of a potential system fault. Modern cars come with a plethora of sensors designed to monitor your car for potential problems. If you're unaware of what the indicators mean, you may panic, or ignore them. In some instances, vehicle warning indicators go off when there is nothing wrong with your vehicle, such as when the sensor is knocked around. Read More …