The Cost of Running On Empty

Driving around with the low fuel light on is one of those things that happens from time to time. We all know we shouldn’t do it, but it could end up costing you more than you think. Here’s why: 1) The gauge isn’t always accurate. This one is pretty obvious. In addition to costly repairs,

Schocktober: 3 Signs It’s Time for Replacement

It’s hard to know if a part needs replacing when you can’t see it. Here are three tell-tale signs it’s time for new shocks or struts: 1) Stopping distances increase. Most drivers notice the wear on their shocks and struts when quick-stopping distances increase. Shocks and struts are designed to control the tires, and to

Best Navigation Apps On the Market

The only thing more frustrating than using a navigation app is finding the best one for you. We did some searching and narrowed it down to the top three picks: 1) Google Maps Google Maps is a classic. The intuitive platform and wealth of information have made this app one of the top competitors in

End-of-Season Motorcycle Maintenance

With cold weather and snow right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about end-of-season bike maintenance. Here are our top tips to help you keep your bike in the best condition through the winter months: Cleaning and Drying This is one of the most basic rules of riding. A lot of steam is

Heating System Maintenance

As warm summer days become fewer and fewer, you may be tempted stop thinking about your engine’s cooling system. While it’s important to have a functioning cooling system during the summer months, it’s also important to do some pre-season maintenance before the winter cold sets in. Here’s why: The Basics Heating systems are fueled by