Making Your Car Special

Tips For Improving Your Commercial Fleet's Fuel Economy

When a business relies on a fleet of vehicles, fuel costs can quickly start to become a major part of the operating budget. This can make optimizing the fuel usage of the vehicles a primary concern. Despite the importance of keeping the fuel usage as low as possible, there are businesses that will fail to incorporate a few steps that can drastically improve fleet fuel economy. Use Real-Time Route Planning Software   Read More...

How To Complete A Vintage Car Restoration Project In Record Time

To restore any classic or vintage car, all you need is a sturdy frame. Literally, all that is necessary to get started is the shell of a car. After that, just look for classic car parts for sale and assemble everything needed to put together a working vehicle. To get your classic car running again, you have to find a comparable engine, motor, fuel pump, spark plugs, crankshaft, and a few other components.   Read More...

Three Ways To Prevent Rust On Your Car

Do you live somewhere where rust in an issue, such as near the ocean or in a locale where they salt the roads to melt ice? If so, then rust is a real concern that can shorten the lifespan or at least detract from the value of your car. The following tips can help you prevent rust. Tip #1: Set up a washing and detailing schedule The best prevention against rust is to keep salt off your car, which you can do by washing it.   Read More...

How To Save A Little Money On Fuel Efficiency With An Aftermarket Aluminum Bed

Fuel efficiency is a common concern with pickup truck owners, particularly in today's world of increasing gas prices. Owners do a lot to slightly increase their fuel efficiency, including installing aluminum aftermarket truck beds. Fuel Efficiency On Pickup Trucks Can Be Limited So just how bad is fuel efficiency in the average pickup truck? Well, in some models it can be as low as 22 combined EPA-estimated MPG. This is the combination of the always higher highway rating and the always lower city rating.   Read More...

Why You Should Put GPS Devices In Dealer-Financed Cars From Your Dealership

Traditionally, when a person buys and finances a car, he or she will secure financing through a bank, not the dealership. However, "buy here, pay here" lots are becoming incredibly popular. If you own your own car lot and offer dealer financing, it's a good idea to look into having GPS tracking devices installed in all of the cars that you sell. Here's why. Have the Ability to Loan to More Customers   Read More...