1. bigstock Worn out brake disks  x
    Tcooley

    What’s That Weird Noise Coming from My Car? Part 1

    by
    Comment
    As cars age, sometimes they make strange noises. You may hear squeals, clicks, or clunks. When you hear those sounds, you will wonder what they're coming from, and if they need your immediate attention. Like people, your car will tell you when something is wrong. In this first installment of, "What's That Weird Noise Coming from My Car?" we're going to cover brakes, the kinds of noises they make, and the causes of those noises.
  2. bigstock Man Pinches His Nose  x
    Tcooley

    Make Your Car Smell Better with 3 Simple Tips

    by
    Comment
    Picture this: you see a beautiful woman or a handsome man from across the room. He or she is dressed to the nines and has a great smile. You approach him or her and quickly realize that something is off -- he or she has terrible-smelling breath, and you would give anything to get away. Your car should not be a similar disappointment. In order to avoid having a sharp-looking, but foul-smelling car, here are some simple tips to keep your vehicle smelling fresh:
  3. bigstock Family Car  x
    Tcooley

    Is Your Car Ready for Summer?

    by
    Comment
    Summer 2015 officially starts on June 21. And in Kansas City that means we can count on sunshine (hopefully), barbecues, and vacations. Many people will pack up their cars and head out on the open road for the lake, camping, or even longer road trips to see all the wonders the world has to offer. The last thing you want is to be stranded on the side of the road or stuck at a car rental place with your summer plans ruined.
  4. bigstock Close up Of The Buckle Of A Se  x
    Tcooley

    Driving Safety Tips

    by
    Comment
    June is National Safety Month. AAMCO of Overland Park takes driving and automobile safety very seriously. Thousands of people die or are seriously injured in car accidents every year, and with a few precautions, you can drastically reduce your chances of being in an automobile accident.
  5. bigstock Woman Texting On Phone And Dri  x
    plarrabee

    How to Avoid Texting and Driving

    by
    Comment
    Did you know that according to the website, DoSomething.org, “Five seconds is the minimal amount of attention that a driver who texts takes away from the road. If traveling at 55 mph, this equals driving the length of a football field without looking at the road.” Diverting your attention for the road for even a moment causes seriously harm to you, your passengers, other drivers and their occupants as well as pedestrians and animals.
  6. bigstock Traffic In Motion At Night  x
    plarrabee

    Maintenance Tips for People Who Drive a Lot

    by
    Comment
    Warmer weather means you drive more. There’s places to go in the spring and summer as well as people to see. If you’re subject to a long commute by choice or necessity, you know how quickly a break down or flat tire ruins your day. Auto maintenance is a necessity not a luxury. Rather than take chances, why not maintain your car in preparation of the increased mileage you’ll drive and put on it?