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Anyone can clean out their car and add an air freshener or two, but it takes a little creativity to learn how to make your car truly special. I still remember the day I bought my first car. I headed straight to the store to pick up some seat covers and a new gear knob. Although these were small additions, they made my car unique and special. This blog is all about helping you to find the auto accessories that will make your ride pop. Check out this information for neat ideas, interesting safety tips, and all kinds of advice about cars.

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Questions About Rolling Tarps For Trucks
16 July 2017

There are many substances that you may need to mov

3 Reasons You Should Consider Having Your Car Professionally Undercoated
11 June 2017

Even though car undercoating is a fairly common th

Fixing Your Car's Audio On Your Own: What To Check First
25 May 2017

Before you take your vehicle to a car audio specia

Five Things That Need To Be Done To Prepare A Truck Bed For Spray-In Liner Installation
12 May 2017

A spray-in truck bed liner is an effective way to

How Aluminum Flatbeds Are Different From Steel
3 May 2017

When shopping for a new truck, you may discover th

Questions About Rolling Tarps For Trucks

There are many substances that you may need to move that can be prone to becoming airborne when the truck is in operation. To prevent these substances from damaging cars that are behind your truck, you may need to utilize a tarp system. Does It Matter What Type Of Tarp You Use? There are many different materials that can be used for tarps, such as rubber, vinyl, and cloth. Yet, individuals will frequently assume that every type of tarp will essentially be the same. Read More 

3 Reasons You Should Consider Having Your Car Professionally Undercoated

Even though car undercoating is a fairly common thing, many vehicle owners are still unfamiliar with the practice. Undercoating the car involves spraying a protective formula over the components that are open underneath the vehicle. The formula is designed to protect against scratches and abrasions that can lead to damage, but is primarily known for protecting these valuable vehicle components from rust and corrosion. Not every vehicle owner will go for this additional car treatment, but many really should because it is a logical way to protect the life of the vehicle–especially in certain circumstances. Read More 

Fixing Your Car’s Audio On Your Own: What To Check First

Before you take your vehicle to a car audio specialist, you might want to try fixing the problems yourself. There are some small adjustments and repairs you can make that may drastically improve your radio's functionality and reception. By checking and tweaking these things, you may find that your radio works quite well. Fuses A radio that does not work at all may be a dead radio. It may also be attributed to dead fuses. Read More 

Five Things That Need To Be Done To Prepare A Truck Bed For Spray-In Liner Installation

A spray-in truck bed liner is an effective way to quickly and cheaply improve the durability of your truck. However, installation has to be done properly for the best possible results. A truck bed needs to be prepped before the installation of a spray in bed liner can begin with the following five steps: Grinding down the bed A spray in liner should not be installed until the truck bed has been stripped down to either the primer layer of paint or to the bare metal. Read More 

How Aluminum Flatbeds Are Different From Steel

When shopping for a new truck, you may discover that one of the trucks available to purchase has an aluminum flatbed. As a long-time driver of pick up trucks, you may be more accustomed to driving trucks with steel flat beds. To know whether a truck with an aluminum flatbed is right for you, you will need to know the difference between an aluminum and steel flatbed. Aluminum Is More Resistant To Corrosion Read More