Jason Trevino

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Jason is a talented and advanced author, blogger and auto expert. He is determined in researching thousands of products so as to make it easy for the owners to find the best products. He focuses on giving users better understanding on products they are using and ones they anticipate to buy.

5 Maintenance Repairs Every Car Owner Can Do at Home

Taking your car to the mechanic for routine maintenance is not the most economical way of maintaining a car. There are many simple things about car maintenance that you can do at home using simple hand tools. An average car owner spends nearly $600 on maintenance every year, and you can save a big chunk of that by carrying out maintenance on your own rather than depending on the mechanics.

These might appear daunting, but they are relatively simple. What’s even better is that once you start maintaining your own car, you can also use that knowledge to fix or maintain other machinery.

Here are the top five maintenance repairs every car owner can (and should) do at home. 

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Dodge Charger – A Good Muscle Car And A Family Vehicle

When Dodge reintroduced one of the most legendary automobile models of all time, Mopar fans were sure they would get a true modern-day muscle car. And Dodge didn't disappoint. While the Dodge Charger is available with a wide range of efficient V6 and V8 engines for the practically-minded driver, there are also rip-snortin', tire-smokin' models across the range, capped off by the appropriately-named Hellcat.

Indeed, a Dodge Charger can be a good compromise between a comfortable and reliable family sedan while also offering the performance drivers don’t want to give up when it comes time to tote kids to soccer practice. but the key to a dependable family hot rod is knowing the right way to maintain and repair it so that it doesn’t break down unexpectedly. In this case, a Dodge Charger repair manual is your secret weapon to make sure you get the most out of this modern muscle machine without breaking the bank - at least on repairs.

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6 Things To Do After A Car Accident In New York

With more than 130,000 hospitalizations due to traffic accidents in New York each year, it’s clear that a significant number of people are still getting hurt on the City’s roads. Whether you live and work in New York or you’re just visiting, it’s important to know exactly what to do if you’re involved in an accident. To ensure you’re always prepared, take a look at these six things to do after a car accident in New York:

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What To Do After A Car Accident That’s Not Your Fault?

Accidents are unfavourable and nobody wishes to be involved in one. Find out here what to do after a car accident that’s not your fault.

Moving from one place to another is an integral part of human existence and day to day activities. We move from the house to the store to get foodstuffs; from home to work, and even walking our dog to the park. These days, you do not need to be in a car to be involved in a car accident. A tired driver can suddenly sleep off on the wheel, the break of a car can fail and drive off the road and into a roadside gathering or a park.

Excluding minor car injuries, over 37,000 fatalities were recorded in the United States in 2017 alone. Even courteous and careful drivers could sometimes be victims of car accidents. Although we do not pray to be a victim of such, car accidents could leave a horrific experience on both the driver and the victim.

To be a drive safely, you must drive both consciously, courteously and defensively. Defensive driving might make little to no difference to other drivers, it could however safe you from being a victim of other’s recklessness.

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RV Maintenance Tips To Avoid Costly And Expensive Repairs

The price tag of purchasing an RV is close to the price tag of buying a new home, that’s why it's not surprising that many RVers make sure their RVs are well-maintained. But aside from the upfront cost of buying an expensive vehicle, other fees need to be considered, such as gas, campground fees, and maintenance.

The same with a traditional home, living in an RV requires every owner to conduct regular maintenance. This is to ensure that everything is in place, and everything is running smoothly. A regular maintenance also prevents any expensive costs due to minor issues that are being neglected. But since many parts of an RV requires maintenance, which part should you check first?

Read on as we share the essential RV maintenance you can do by yourself to save on paying repair shops for them to do it.

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