Flying for the First Time? Here Are Ways to Save Money on Airport Parking

When you're taking a flight for the first time, you can easily feel a little overwhelmed with all the tasks you need to think about before the flight, including carefully packing your carry-on bag, learning how early you need to arrive at the airport, and more. This can make parking seem like a minor consideration, but you don't want to simply park in the first lot you see and spend more than you should.

3 Tips For Extending The Lifespan Of Your Vehicle's Transmission

Your vehicle's transmission is responsible for shifting gears and also transmitting power along the drive train. It can be argued that the transmission is one of the most important parts of a car, next to the engine. Without a transmission in good repair, you will not be able to drive your vehicle, and if your transmission fails you will be looking at a big bill to get it replaced. If you want to avoid the inconvenience and expense of a transmission failure, use the following tips to help extend the life of your automobile's transmission:

Changing A Failing Car Battery Yourself

Car batteries won't hold a charge forever. The good news is that they give you some warning before they fail completely. The bad news is that you only have a few days after they start to show signs of failing before they die. Here are the common symptoms of a failing car battery and how to replace it yourself so you don't get stranded in a car that won't start.

Got A Classic Car? Find Out What Two Features You Should Look For When You Need A Tow

If you need to have your automobile towed, there are many factors to consider when selecting a company. Looking for a towing company that is licensed, insured and has fair prices is important. However, if you have a classic car, there are a couple other features you need to look for in a tow truck company. Here are those two features and why they are important.  Low-Profile Flatbeds Many classic cars are lower to the ground than many of the cars we drive today.

Did Your Rig Break Down? Why A Mobile Mechanic Is Best

If you are on the road traveling with a commercial vehicle and you've noticed there is a mechanical problem when you're ready to turn in for the night, you probably don't want to risk driving the truck to a commercial truck repair shop. Driving the truck could do more damage than good, and instead you should try to locate a mobile repair mechanic. If you can't find a nearby shop or you are being told by some shops they don't know how long the work will take, talk with your trucking manger to see if you can contact a mobile mechanic.