A Girl's Guide to Automotive Repairs

3 Signs You Should Buy A New Trailer Hitch

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If you use your vehicle to tow your trailer, then you might have a trailer hitch installed. Even though you might have used the same trailer hitch for years, it might be time to install a new one. These are a few signs that it might be time to start looking at a new trailer hitch. 1. It’s Rusty Even the best of trailer hitches can begin to show signs of rust over time. Read More»

What To Do With Junk Vehicles That You No Longer Want

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If you have one or more junk vehicles that you no longer want to use or try to fix up, you might find yourself wondering just what it is that you are supposed to do with them. To help you figure that out, you will want to consider the following suggestions. This way, you should be able to find one solution that will work for your specific situation. Call The Automobile Salvage Yard Read More»

Fear Taking Tests & Dread Taking Your Driver's Test? Here's What You Can Do

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If you have a fear of taking tests, you may not be looking forward to taking your driving test so you can get a driver’s license. Fortunately, most states allow you several chances to pass driving tests. The fear of taking tests is a real thing and is called testophobia. If you have testophobia, here are a few things you can do that may help you.  Get treatment  There are several treatment options for testophobia. Read More»

Is Your Teenager About To Drive? 3 Things You Can Do To Worry Less

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One huge concern many parents have involves their teenage children driving. Statistically speaking, teen drivers are more likely to get in car accidents than adults, and they may not know what to do if their vehicle breaks down. Before you allow your teen child to begin driving, there are several steps you can take that may help prepare your child for driving, and these steps may help you worry less. Here are three things you may want to consider doing. Read More»

Comparing Pickup Truck Bed Extenders

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If you own a pickup truck with a relatively short bed, then there are probably times when you wish you had a little more length to work with. Having a few extra inches could mean a world of difference when hauling a wide variety of goods, including furniture and lumber. Pickup truck bed extenders make it possible to add those extra inches onto your truck bed whenever you need them. These extenders come in several popular forms, each with their own benefits and drawbacks. Read More»