Your first time working on a car can be intimidating. Cars are complex machines with lots of pieces that all function together…somehow. But if you take your time and work … Continue Reading Ready To Wrench: 4 Tips for First Time Automotive DIYers
There is not a more maligned automotive product than “bondo”. Plastic body filler is most often referred to by the brand name “Bondo” (made by 3M), and its bad reputation comes from … Continue Reading Bondo 101 – Basic For Working With Plastic Body Filler
Wondering how to repair cloth car seats? We’ve got tips that will make things that much easier.
Unlike the classic American cars on the 1950s and earlier, modern automobiles are full of plastic. From door panels and dash pads to the engine cover, plastic is everywhere. While … Continue Reading Busted! How to Fix Broken Plastic Trim
Here’s what you need to know about vehicle recalls and what you should do if there’s one for your vehicle.
You may have never heard of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, but you probably know about it under a different name. It’s often called the “federal lemon law,” and it regulates warranties on consumer products. That includes smaller items in your home and the thing most associated with lemon laws — your car…
Dealing with fiberglass repair is no fun, but unfortunately it is a necessary part of owning a fiberglass-bodied car, especially a classic like a C2 Corvette. The C2 was built from … Continue Reading Fantastic Plastic – Fiberglass Repair with JB Weld Plastic Bonder
If you have the misfortune of owning a recently fire-damaged car, you may be panicking. Take a deep breath, and follow these steps to get back on the road.
We’re all going to run into auto repair problems that we can’t troubleshoot at home. Here’s how to talk to a mechanic and build that important conneciton.
As kids grow, spending quality time together can be a challenge. Here are some tips on how to teach your kids about car repair.