- BuyAutoParts.com CEO Visits 2016 San Diego International Auto Show
I had the chance to attend the San Diego International Auto Show this week. There was a very good turnout from both the car manufacturers and the public. This is not suprising since 2015 was a record year for car sales.
Read the blog post for some observations on trends I noticed.
- How To Bleed Your Brakes Like A Pro
In order to ensure your brakes work properly, all air must be purged out of the system. The term for this process is “bleeding” – you’re basically bleeding out all of the air. A strong, sure-footed braking response isn’t the only benefit; it’s also much safer, too.
- 2016 Models We’re Pretty Revved Up About
2016 is already upon us and it’s time to be upping your new year, new you game. For auto enthusiasts like us (and probably you, too), the New Year means an opportunity to revel in the exciting new model releases.
- Top 5 Car Shows to Binge Watch this Weekend
With cable and satellite TV packages offering more programming options than ever before, figuring out what to watch can be overwhelming. Aside from the local channels and maybe a few other stations you regularly watch, most of the offerings up in the hundreds are certainly hit or miss.
- The Ultimate Cheat Sheet to Brake Repairs Infographic
Brake repairs & replacements are one of the smartest, safest things you can do for your car. We’ve put together this “cheat sheet” to help you diagnose & fix common brake problems.
- 20 Things You Should Keep In Your Car This Winter.
Have you winterized your car? Snow tires, fresh oil change, fluid refills, battery checks – they’re all important, no doubt about it. But have you really winterized your car?
- How to Shop For Car Parts Online
Online shopping has exploded in recent years. Name a product or service, and there’s a good bet it’s available online. Car parts & components are no exception; the variety of OEM and 3rd-party manufactured parts has grown from just a few thousand select products in the late 1990s to literally millions of components today.
- How Brake Failure Works
How does brake failure work? To put it another way, what happens when your brakes don’t work? It’s an open-ended question for sure. Behind tire issues, brake failure is the most common cause of road accidents in the United States.
- How to Prep Your Car for Winter
Here’s a seasonal saying you don’t hear too often, but is still 100% accurate: winter is hell on your automobile. And that might be putting it mildly, because winter weather (for a large chunk of the country) is anything but mild.
- What should you do if your brakes fail?
Nobody ever thinks about their car’s brakes. It’s just one of those functions we take for granted. Press the pedal, slow down, stop. Repeat as necessary. Pretty simple, right?
Yep, the whole process is as simple as it gets – until the brakes stop working. Brake failure is one of the most common causes of road accidents, immediately behind steering and tire problems. How brakes fail is due to many factors: negligence, road hazards, or maybe a small issue that quickly becomes a big problem.