If engine coolant is bright green, then, Is it still performing well for your cooling system?

Over time, the chemicals in engine coolant can become corrosive. Coolant that looks fresh can actually be causing unseen and expensive cooling system damage. Checking engine coolant condition with an inexpensive tool is easy and can prevent both overheated engines and empty wallets.   FAlse

Can You tell if a tire needs or has too much air just by looking at it?

FALSE A tire can be as much as 10 pounds per square inch (psi) low on air pressure and not show any outward signs. Tires will lose about one pound of pressure per month all by themselves. Not only will the correct tire pressure help tires last longer, but it can also save money on fuel costs. Underinflated tires create more rolling resistance, which uses more fuel. Checking tire pressure is easy and only takes a few minutes.

Tips For Vacuum Your Car Before Summer

Car Wash Let us start by saying – There’s no wrong way to vacuum a car! Just the smallest amount of effort in sweeping out your vehicle will make a difference, and you’ll feel better immediately. However, if you want to get your car as clean as possible and do the best job, follow these ten simple steps. 1. Get all the large pieces of trash out of your car. Throw away as much as you can – bottles, cups, wrappers, etc. It’ll [...]

Hand Car Wash Processor In India

Ordinary tap water may contain minerals. If we use the tap water to clean the car these minerals can end up on the paint surface. This will appear as white streaks, spots or other patterns on the paintwork, sometimes known as hard water spots. These water spots are sometimes more noticeable on windows. Tap water that contains a lot of minerals, usually limestone, calcium or magnesium carbonates, is known as hard water. As well as leaving marks on paintwork this [...]

Cross Checked these 5 Winter Car Care Tips

Winter Car Care Tips for Happy and Healthy Cars. • Car Lights Care: One major hazard with winter driving is that the sun sets earlier in the day, which means there's less daylight, especially on your commute home. As a result, you'll want to do everything you possibly can to make sure all of your vehicle's lights are in excellent shape, providing the brightest possible illumination they can. If a bulb is out, fix it before winter starts, and if there's [...]