Category: DIY Auto Tips

In 2016, a total of 23,714 drivers and passengers died in motor vehicle accidents. What’s just as disturbing is that more than half of teens and adults who died from crashes that same year were not wearing seat belts at the time of the crash. The truth is, seat belts are designed and intended [...]

There’s really no debating the annoyance of flashing dashboard lights in your face. But what is often perceived as a mere annoyance could actually be your vehicle telling you that something is wrong. You may already know which light we’re referring to: the airbag warning [...]

This past June of 2018, Kia Motors America issued a recall due to airbag issues, in which over 500,000 vehicles were recalled. More specifically, the airbag malfunction was due to a problem in the airbag control unit (ACU), which could lead to frontal airbags and set belt pre-tensioners to not [...]

Whether your vehicle is undergoing repairs for a broken windshield or a disconnected battery, ensuring that your vehicle goes through a pre- and post-repair scan is crucial. In fact, it is now mandatory for body shops to include this scanning as a fundamental step in a vehicle repair process. This [...]