The Collectability Of Used Nissans: What You Should Be Looking For

Most people assume Nissan was a Japanese auto manufacturer that just emerged on the auto market scene sometime in the early 1980s. This is not surprising considering the fact that no Americans had really ever heard of the company until dealerships began importing more foreign made cars. However, Nissan is almost as old as some of the U.S.'s original auto makers, making it an equally collectible and sought-after series of cars. [Read More]

4 Signs that Your Car Needs a Break Repair

You may not think about your brakes often while you are driving, but if you get in a situation where they are not in good working order it can be very dangerous. The brakes in your vehicle are incredibly important, and they are designed to let you know when they are in need of repair or replacement. Use the following tips to know when you need to take your car in for a brake repair. [Read More]

Painting a Persona: Tips for Choosing a Color & Graphic Scheme for Your Motorcycle

If you are restoring your motorcycle, or need to repaint it because of an accident, you have before you an open canvas. Your motorcycle repair or restoration opens the door for you to show your personality through your bike. Do not rush into a paint scheme without first giving thought to how your paint job will be perceived. Solid Color Nothing screams "classic" like an unassuming, understated solid-colored motorcycle. As an added bonus, if you opt for a single color, you can even paint your motorcycle yourself without much artistic experience. [Read More]

4 Ways To Spot A Lemon When Buying A Used Car

Are you shopping for a used car? Buying used can be a great way to get a quality vehicle at a reduced price. When you buy a used car, though, you're also buying all of its history. If the car has a history of accidents, mechanical problems, or excessive wear-and-tear, it could require serious maintenance after you buy it. The key is to get as much understanding as possible about a car's condition before you sign the deal. [Read More]