December 2022

We all want to keep our cars running smoothly. When something breaks or wears out, we tend to go straight to the manufacturer for a replacement part. But aftermarket parts, those manufactured by companies other than the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), are just as good and sometimes even better quality than their factory counterparts. Suppose you're considering purchasing an aftermarket product. In that case, you must understand what could go wrong down the road so that you can avoid those issues and make an informed decision about whether this is worth it for your vehicle. You Don’t Need Every Aftermarket Product The first step to being a good aftermarket car shopper is to know what you're getting into. There are many different kinds and brands of aftermarket parts, and each has its pros and cons. According to Grand View Research,  the global auto aftermarket industry was valued at 408.5 billion USD in 2021, and it is expected to register a growth of 3.4% from 2022-2030. Compared to it, the global auto OEM market size was 32.4 billion USD in 2021, which is expected to be worth 46 billion by 2030. To check which type of part is right for your car or what is compatible

Can You Drive A Vehicle With Expired Registration In PA?   When you live in Pennsylvania, and you are a driver, you need to know that driving without any form of registration comes with repercussions when you get caught. Some regulations have been put in place to protect every driver, and these rules are also set so that drivers can know of the consequences that they will face when they don't follow the rules set.   Registration is very important because it allows the state to know the type of car being driven, and they will also be able to know how to fix a car in case it gets damaged in an accident. As a driver, you need to know that you will have to face the consequences of driving with an unregistered vehicle. What Happens When You Don't Register Your Car in PA? When you purchase a vehicle in PA, you need to register it; if you don't, you will not get legal state license plates or registration documents. When you don't have the right documents, you will be pulled over by the first police officer you meet on the road, and you will have to answer some questions and explain to them why

7 Common Mistakes People Usually Make While Buying a Used Car   Buying a vehicle is one of the biggest purchases you'll ever make. It is estimated that almost 16% of an average American’s total budget goes into transportation, which includes vehicle and fuel costs. That makes it the second biggest expense after housing. You would want to be sure that you're getting a quality car at the right price. But all too often, people make mistakes when buying used vehicles. To help you avoid these common pitfalls, we've assembled this handy list of tips for buying second-hand cars: Not Checking the Car’s Maintenance Records You cannot judge a book by its cover. A car seller would use the best car wax and polish on it before showing it to potential customers. A good wax can give a car a shine of a new one, even if it is many years old. The best automotive wax in the market takes only one to two hours of your Saturday afternoon’s time to give you a high shine new looking car. And though your car’s exterior will change with the best car polishes and waxes, you need to determine its overall condition. Therefore, check whether or not the car