DIY Car Upholstery Cleaners

It can be easy to keep the outside of your car clean. The smooth metals can be simple to clean with just some hot water, soap and a good scrubbing. However, the inside of the car can be difficult, with the different fabrics and such. Especially cloth fabric which kids can easily do a number on quickly, and the longer the stain sits depending on what it, it can be much harder to get out. Plus it can make your vehicle smell over time. Keep in mind … [Read more...]

Antifreeze is Dangerous to Our Pets

When adding antifreeze to your car it's very important to make sure none leaks out or spills, if so be sure to quickly clean it up thoroughly. Antifreeze is very dangerous to our pets and also deadly to any animals. It's sweet smell and taste lures them in and they seek it out. If they find it and ingest it, it can end very badly. Antifreeze contains ethylene glycol which has a nice smell and sweet flavor, kind of ironic because for how … [Read more...]

Resqme Prepareme Lifesaver Kit The Essentials Deluxe 124 Set #whensecondscount

Disclosure: No compensation was given for this review. I did receive a free products from the manufacturer or their representing PR agency to use and test for the purposes of this review.   Not everyone can be prepared in a time of an emergency whether you're in a car crash, or you get injured and you're away from home.There's no telling what can happen on a day to day basis, so instead of having to scurry around from store to store … [Read more...]

Road Trip Hacks Everyone Should Know

Everyone loves a good road trip whether it's a winter or summer trip. Just imagine the car packed with friends and an open road ahead.  With the right supplies and things to keep everyone entertained you will have endless hours of fun.  Get everyone together and plan ahead, this will surely make for one grand adventure you'll always remember.       Use these simple road trip hacks to make this drive one you won't … [Read more...]

Monthly Under the Hood Checklist

Taking the time each month or every 1000 miles to check under the hood could save you money and less problems and repairs later on. All it takes is 10 to 20 minutes if that every month. Doing this on a regular basis can keep your car on the road, and ensure safety.      Check these each month: This might not be considered checking the car, but it's important that you wash it at least once a month.  Check the brake … [Read more...]

Basic Repair Skills To Teach Your Child Before They Leave Home

It's important that we teach yourself as well as our children basic repair skills when it comes to your vehicle. These skills should be taught to both boys and girls. Our kids need to know how the engine works, what might break down, and how to fix it or find someone who can. Teaching our children these skills is especially important if they are leaving off to college sometime in the near future. Teaching them in advance gives them time to … [Read more...]

Tips for First Time Car Buyers

Buying a new car for the first time this can be an exciting experience. With so many brands of cars and options we have to choose from. Finding the right one can be fun, but also exhausting. Personally I would like to try and keep it fun. With some simple tips you will go in feeling confident and knowing just what you want. Along with knowing what to look for.      1. Make sure the vehicle meets your needs and most importantly … [Read more...]

Holiday Safety Tips on the Road

Traveling to holiday gatherings to spend time with family and friends is something many of us look forward to all year long. If you are going to be traveling by car whether you will be alone or with your family it's important that you are prepared. With busy traffic and dangerous weather we must think ahead.     Did you know that between the holidays Thanksgiving and New Year's is the busiest long-distance-travel time of the year on … [Read more...]