Pay for Emergency Car Repairs

Be Prepared

The best way to avoid an emergency is to be prepared for an emergency. If you can set aside a little bit of money each month in case of any emergency (be it medical, automotive, or accident), then you will be able to manage any unexpected situations. However, if the time has come and you haven’t planned ahead, there are still some ways that you can get money.

Stay Calm

One of the most common mistakes that is made during emergencies is to lose your cool. If you lose your cool, you might forget to use common sense. Use your common sense to shop around. Even if you need a tow right now, consider calling a few places for quotes before having them send someone over. The ten minutes that it takes you to make some comparisons might save you twenty dollars or more. That makes the use of time well worth your money. Remember, you will be late anyway, so take your time in getting there.

When the tow truck driver arrives, be sure that you know where you want to have your car towed. You should also do some comparison

Paintless Dent Repair

Ding and Dent Repair: Paintless Dent Repair

Ding and dent repair is called PDR, short for Paintless Dent Repair. There are many companies that perform this service: Ding Doctor, Ding King, No Dents, Dent Wizard…the list goes on. Some are better then others, although ultimately it’s up to the skill of the PDR technician. Prices are similar.

How is it done?

Most PDR techniques are non-intrusive. The PDR technicians use specially designed tools and gadgets to slip behind the damaged panels and manipulate and massage the damaged metal back to its original form.

Does it work?

Actually, it’s incredible! It works so well that in the majority of cases the dings and dents are completely removed. They’re invisible, gone, can’t-believe-your-eyes fixed.

I saw a soccer-ball-sized dent removed from the rear fender of a $120,000 car. The dent also had a large crease, which makes repairs even harder. After thirty minutes there was no visible detection that a dent was ever there. The repair cost the client $400. Traditional body shop estimates were hovering at $2700.

PDR positives

  • Very low cost compared to traditional body shops
  • Same day repairs–even while-you-wait service
  • No paint

Car Body Types

Sedan

A sedan, which is sometimes called a saloon, is the standard passenger car that has a bonnet at the front, a boot for luggage in the back, and usually four doors. This is one of the most popular types of car and they are ideal for families, as they usually seat four or five people comfortably.

Hatch-back

Hatch-backs are the types of cars that have no rear boot, but they have a rear compartment that can be accessed via a door that swings open at the back. The other feature of this type of car is that rear luggage compartment is not sealed off from the passenger compartment. Hatch-backs are usually smaller cars and they often have only three doors, including the swing door at the back.

Estate

Estate cars, or wagons, are like a larger version of a hatchback with an extended rear compartment for storing luggage. Like a hatchback, this type of cars luggage area is not separated from the passenger compartment and, usually, the rear seats can be folded down to accommodate a greater amount of luggage when it is required. Due to the extended rear compartment, estate cars

Stay Safe in SUV

  • Stay alert and stay on the road. That sounds elementary, but remember that most SUV rollovers occur when the vehicle goes off the shoulder, down a hill, into a ditch, or any of the other places where its high center of gravity puts it at high risk for rollover. You’re more likely to stay on the road if your full attention is on your driving. Talking on your cell phone, even with a hands-free device, arguing with passengers, putting on makeup, shaving, or arguing with the talk-radio speaker are all significant distractions. If you need to make a phone call or settle the kids in the back seat or finish getting dressed, find a place to pull over safely. Take care of business. Then get back to the business of driving with your full attention.
  • Know how your SUV handles. If it’s an older model, 2005 or earlier, or if it’s a very large one, it’s probably built on a pickup truck chassis, and it’s going to handle like a pickup truck: high center of gravity, not great on curves, not as nimble as a passenger car. Don’t ask it to take curves at high speed, and allow more

Tire Safety Piece

What kind of car do you drive? The wear and tear you put on a tire is proportionate to the weight and power of the car you drive. Some types of cars have types of tires specifically designed for them.

Where do you live? If you’re located in a more rural area and do a lot of off-road driving, you might need tires that have more traction and resilience. Similar needs can arise if you live in an area that has lots of ice on the roads – you’ll need tires designed for that environment, or that can easily handle snow chains. For that matter, plenty of tires are designed to work best on dry pavement, perfect if you’re in the city or suburbia.

How often are you willing to maintain your tires? Some types of tires might need frequent rotation or replacing – which is difficult for people who are more interested in getting in and driving away.

There are many other features to look for in tires as well. First, if you’re looking at older tires, try not to buy anything more than six years old. Second, check your owner’s manual to see

SUV Gasoline Saver

The idea of using a SUV gasoline saver kit is using hydrogen gas (H2) as a supplementary power supply. The hydrogen gas can easily be generated from water through an electrolysis process. It is just basic science. We know that water is made from 2 parts hydrogen and one part oxygen thus its name H2O. Hydrogen gas is produced when the electrolysis device is running with power from the battery. The next step is to vent to H2 into the engine air filtration system.

When the engine is running, fresh air and the hydrogen gas will be sucked into the combustion chambers. H2 in the chambers will combined with gasoline vapor and ignited. The explosion caused by the gas mixture is much greater due to the high potency of hydrogen gas. When a car is using the same amount of gasoline and is achieving higher engine output, the vehicle will travel further thus increasing its MPG. Higher mileage equals to better fuel cost savings for the SUV owners. In essence, the system converts a SUV into a hydrogen hybrid vehicle.

To implement a SUV gasoline saver is not a complicated process. The are no major modification

Taking Care of Your Car and Brakes

Look after the engine too. Avoid opening the bonnet unnecessarily so that it doesn’t get exposed to too much dust. Check the oil and water to ensure that it remains topped up for the efficient functioning of the vehicle. If you suspect that there is something wrong with the engine don’t be tempted to repair it yourself. Rather let a qualified mechanic check it and repair it for you.

Take care of the wheels and tyres. Make sure that you have the tyres inflated regularly to prevent it from running flat. This also optimises your driving if the tyres are sufficiently inflated. If you notice that he tread is low, then change the tyres. Don’t drive with them for long as this could lead to the car not being able to come to a stop as quickly as it would with new tyres.

Check the brakes often especially when you notice something unusual. If you hear the brakes squeak or whistle, or feel that the brake pedal is spongy, then get it checked. There could be a problem with the brake elements such as the brake discs. Rather be safe than sorry when it comes to

4×4 Suspension

Vehicles are used for both short as well as long distances. If you use your vehicle for a long distance travel, you might come across hard terrain while driving. Driving on a hard terrain can be quite difficult. But by making a few adjustments to your vehicle, you can make driving easy in a difficult terrain.

Adding items like 4×4 suspension kits could offer the best solutions to driving on hard terrains. Some of the important Items that could be used to improve your vehicle’s suspension are leaf springs, steering stabilizers, coils, shock absorbents, torsion bars, shackles, hardware etc.

There is no shortage of suspension kits in the market. You have to choose the right options which suit your vehicle. The next step is to get those materials installed in your vehicle. These materials will help in enhancing your vehicle’s suspension, both on smooth roads as well as hard off roads.

Obviously, it is always easier to drive on smooth roads. But even if you are living in an area where all the roads are smooth, still you can use drive suspension options to make driving more enjoyable.

If you drive on roads which

Report Problems to Your Mechanic

In the same way, take careful note of the behavior of your car. Remember both the changes in the car’s behavior, as well as any associated noise that happens at the same time. For example, the simple problem of a flat tire has a distinct flapping noise, and is also accompanied by a very definite steering problem. Not all problems have both components. One of the first signs of a CV joint problem is a simple clicking noise as the car makes a sharp right hand or left-hand turn. However, many car problems have both a behavioral and sound component to them, so listen carefully and feel for any differences in the running of the car. (If a CV joint problem is left unattended, there can be a significant performance difference when one wheel seizes up and no longer turns, but we hope that the car is not left to get into that condition!)

In addition to this, try to describe precisely when and where the changes to your car happen. For example, the CV joint problem above only happens when the car is taking a turn. Furthermore, pinning down the location of the clicking noise will

Porsche Cayenne

The 4.8 liter V8 engine with 385 horse power output will make the SUV sprint with bulky body to achieve 6.4 to reach the first 60 miles. With 6 Triptionic-S Transmission gets Cayenne to reach 155 miles per hour top speed. It expends around 14 mile per gallon and 21 miles per gallon on the high way.

The interior looks very nice and sophisticated. Almost every single thing in this vehicle is covered by leather. The front console gives full control ever everything. Instead of paddle levers, Cayenne voted to use shift switches. Completed with a large LCD screen for navigation system and BOSE (R) Surround 12 speakers Sound Audio System with SIRIUS Satellite Radio that could provide almost 200 satellite radio, they will add the comfort in driving. The automatic climate control system brings up with other 2 additional rear outlets. It even has computer inside! It is also included driver’s and passengers’ airbags with multi-stage deployment. All seats are equipped with seat adjustment power to comfort each one of passenger inside for height, lumbar, six and tilt adjustments and for the two seats up front and rare are with arm rests.

From the outside,