Gary Mccoy

Six Things That Need To Be Discussed When Your Windshield Is Replaced

Motorists shouldn't underestimate how important it is to be thorough when having a new windshield installed. A windshield is a protective feature of a vehicle that is important to a vehicle's structural integrity. To ensure that the job is done right, you should discuss all of the following six things with your windshield technician when you are having a replacement done: Where the replacement work will take place If possible, you should look into having a mobile windshield repair service come out to find you. Read More 

3 Things to Know about Using Parking Apps

If you live or work downtown, you are going to want to make sure that you understand how parking apps work. Parking apps can help you stay on top of your parking meter and help you avoid tickets. Downloading the Mobile App The first thing that you are going to need to do is download the mobile app. There should be a sign on the meter that lets you know which parking app you need to download. Read More 

The Role Of Wheel Alignment In Your Car’s Performance

Modern consumers spend a significant amount of time behind the wheel of a car each day. Whether you are driving to complete your commute to work or taking a pleasure trip down the open road, the way your vehicle handles can have a direct impact on your driving experience. There are many things you must do to ensure your car runs properly, but investing in a wheel alignment is one of the things that drivers can easily overlook. Read More 

Where To Find Budget-Friendly Auto Parts

Having to replace an auto part is rarely at the top of anyone's list. The need for a new transmission, engine, starter, or battery usually comes out of the blue and can strike at a time when you are desperately low on funds. Whether this scenario describes your current situation, or if you ever find yourself dealing with something like this in the future, you need to know what to do. Read More 

Learn What To Do If A Rock Hits Your Windshield And Chips It

When a rock flies up and hits your windshield, it can leave a chip. Many people choose to leave the chip alone until it turns into a crack, which is never a good idea. It costs far more to replace a windshield after it cracks than to simply have it repaired when it is chipped. The following guide walks you through a few things you need to know about having a chip repaired in your windshield. Read More