We have all been there, it's time to get your oil changed, and you can't remember when the last time your oil was changed or what it costs. The mechanic looks at you with certainty and recommends synthetic oil, which is far more expensive. At the moment, it feels like you are being conned into spending more money; just a few minutes ago, you were being sold wipers and a filter. But are you? 

While both synthetic and conventional oils can be correct for your vehicle, there are a variety of factors that go into choosing the right one for your vehicle; at the end of the day, synthetic oils are empirically much better, but is it worth the price? In this article, we will tackle the gritty details of what makes each type of oil different and weigh the benefits of each. 

Purchasing a vehicle is a major life decision, whether you believe so or not. Vehicles get you from point a to point b, and ensuring that your prime mode of transportation is safe and reliable is extremely important. 

Keeping our vehicles maintained is an essential part of ownership. It not only helps protect the safety of ourselves and others on the road, but it also protects our wallets. 

Car repair, especially on engines and transmissions, can become expensive very quickly. Putting in a small down payment of time and money on repairs can keep you on the move and your car out of the shop.

It is time for the summer vacation season. The weather is warm, the roads are clear (except for construction), and we are gearing up for the summer vacation season. Whether you are looking at a day trip or heading out on the long road, it is essential to make sure your car is ready for all that summer is going to throw at it. 

A little bit of preemptive care can help any trip go smoothly and avoid the headache of a breakdown.

We all know not to put diesel into a regular engine and vice versa. But what about the other options we see at the pump? Is there really any difference between regular, mid-grade, and premium gasoline when it comes to how your car operates, and can the use of one or the other cause damage to your vehicle?