When Built-In Mud Flaps Become A Drag: Reducing Rust And The After Effects Of Weather

Driving your old pickup truck around is a thing of pride, until your mud flaps start to fall off and are caught under the wheels. All of a sudden, you are spinning your tires, looking for traction and not getting anywhere because the mud flaps are stuck underneath your tires. If you had been more aware of what was going on underneath your truck, you could have prevented this scenario. If you have not landed in this sticky situation yet, here is what to look for and how to fix it.

4 Tips For Taking Care Of Your Car's Tires

Good tires are essential to your driving experience. When you have good tires on your car, you are protecting yourself from skids, crashes and other accidents. It is in your best interest to take care of good tires, so that you don’t have to buy new tires prematurely. Taking care of your tires also means you are less likely to have to spend money on costs that arise as the result of bad tires.