A little research can go a long way towards saving you money
You go to a mechanic to investigate a weird rattling sound, and suddenly the repair costs are stacking up for problems and replacement parts you never knew existed. Do you trust the knowledge and experience of the mechanic or do you investigate for yourself?
Whether the cretin responsible for flattening the grille of your mint Isuzu Impulse left a note or not, the damage wrought on your vehicle is going to require repair. DentBetty streamlines the traditional pain-in-the-tuchas process of traipsing around to various body shops to get estimates for cosmetic repairs. Any incident that results in structural damage still requires a firsthand look by body professionals, but cosmetic damage is a very common annoyance that many people forgo repairing due t
Home Depot stores in Florida are on an auto parts test run for America's largest
home-improvement retailer. The stores each have about 500 square feet chock-full of auto parts
at discount prices, undercutting competitors by more than 20 percent in some cases. The company hopes that male
do-it-yourselfers,their prime demographic, won't be able to resist as they pass by aisles of motor oil, fuel
additives and other supplies. All of which must be keeping executives
Jerry Flint and Doug Flint - two automotive pundits that we've spoken of here many times before - team up as
father and son and tackle the topic of do-it-yourself auto maintenance in the elder
Flint's recent column.