Now that gasoline pricesare reaching record levels in many regions of the country, people are beginning to panic. No, it’s not a “War of the Worlds” scenario with citizens running into the streets screaming, but people are upset. Happily, there are things you can do to reduce your fuel cost outlay. The Alliance to Save Energy offers consumers these tips to cut gasoline use and protect their pocketbooks: Read more . . .
Rust control treatment, frequently referred to as rustproofing, is a process of spraying a rust-inhibiting chemical on the underside and inside of your vehicle’s body, as well as any other rust-prone areas. Rust control may make your car last longer and save you money.
A saving, not a cost
With today’s higher prices for everything from auto insurance to gasoline, most of us are watching our spending. We may not be able to buy a new car every three or four years, which is where rust control can help. Having your vehicle sprayed annually may well double its lifespan, saving you thousands of dollars. Here’s how: Read more . . .
April is Car Care Month, and for good reason. Motorists can undo the wear and tear of winter driving and get their vehicles ready for summertime’s heat, humidity, and heavy stop-and-go traffic.
The experts at the non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) offer the following tips on getting your vehicle ready for summer. Read more . . .