My parents told me that when I was a little kid, all I ever asked for on my birthday and other holidays was toy cars! I do remember having fun playing with them, but they have told me many funny stories about how obsessed I was with them. When I was finally able to buy my first car after I turned 16 and got my driver's license, I really had fun putting aftermarket parts on it and customizing it. However, when something important needed repaired on it, I had no idea how to do it! I took learning more about cars as a challenge, and I have studied up on how to do my own maintenance and even perform small repairs over the years since. I want to share my knowledge on a blog and help other people realize that learning about their cars can really be fun!

Preparing Your Horse Trailer for a County Fair

31 March 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

If you just purchased a horse trailer, and you are interested in enrolling your horse in county fair shows, you are most likely excited about bringing your pet out on the open road in your new investment. Since county fair horse shows are attended by many visitors, you may want to dress up your trailer if it will be within view of those participating. This will pique interest of those who see it, perhaps having them seek out the horse who uses the trailer. Read More …

What Everyone Needs to Know About Collision Repair for Aluminum Portions of Vehicles

27 March 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

Many newer vehicles on the roadways today are made of aluminum and steel. Some auto body technicians might not have the training to perform repairs on aluminum. This is because there was a time when the vehicles were made of steel, and technician training in those times focused on steel repairs, which involve different techniques than aluminum. This can lead to some confusion among consumers when they need to have collision repair performed on their vehicles. Read More …