You don't need to be the owner of a classic muscle car or a super expensive sports car to want to keep your car clean. Keeping your car's interior pristine is incredibly important, especially if you're like me and have allergies to dust and grime. It's not like it's that terrible to do, either.
Having a sports car is often considered to be a luxury purchase, and to a point, people tend to make the (wrong) assumption that sports cars aren't reliable as a result. After all, the idea many have is that people who drive sports cars probably have enough money for regular repairs — and that repair bills won't bother sports cars drivers.
The life saving car ventilation button has been on your car since you’ve got it or bought it. This was an essential button that if not all, many don’t have any bit of a clue what is it for.
If there's one thing most people want in a car, it's reliability. No one wants to pay for a car, then pay for endless repairs every other month. However, speaking as someone who has a mechanic as a life partner, I've learned that there's a lot of truth to the complaint that they "just don't make cars like they used to."
When you get the keys to your first car, a lot of things happen. You're getting freedom. You're getting responsibility. You're also getting a bunch of car bills that you will have to pay off at one point or another.
If there's one thing that grabs attention, makes you feel like royalty, and also just makes you look awesome on the road, it's an expensive vintage car that's fully tricked out with mods. Unfortunately, not all of us can afford to drop $50,000 on a luxury modified car.
When you first go into a car dealership, you will likely hear a salesman rattle off a million different stats about the car you're interested in. For most of us, that stuff just sounds like total gibberish, but for mechanics, those little specs can make all the difference.
Cars get recalled. This is a fact of life. The paint can be toxic. A windshield wiper can malfunction. Maybe a certain kind of tire is made of weaker stuff than standards allow. Either way, plenty of cars get called back for tweaks.