If you have just bought a new VW, odds are, you received a warranty with your new vehicle. Part of the warranty usually states that you must follow the manufacturer's maintenance schedule or you run the risk of having the warranty voided. One key part of the maintenance schedule is routine oil changes. If you have never had a VW, your oil changes are going to be a bit different than what you are used to with American and Japanese vehicles.
Are you in search of a new vehicle? Do you love bargains? Is your area prone to violent summer storms that sometimes contain hail? Then you might want to wait until after one of these thunderstorms to buy an automobile. Why? Because you might be able to find a vehicle that has suffered some minor cosmetic hail damage available at a bargain basement price. For example, dozens of dealerships in the Denver and Colorado Springs had cars damaged in the spring of 2014.
Have you noticed that your BMW is drifting to one side of the road or the other as you drive? Are you wondering what might be causing this problem? If so, check out the below three reasons your wheels might be to blame.
Inaccurate Tire Pressure
If you just pull up to the free air pump at your local gas station and pump away until your wheels feel nice and firm, you're filling your tires wrong.
If you're an independent contractor, you may find that selling your home and using your RV from a site like http://www.orangewoodrv.com/ to travel to all of your clients may end up being more cost effective. Several RV's on the market today are spacious and accommodating-- providing all the comforts of home on wheels. Instead of paying for travel costs and home mortgage or rent, you could lump it all together, taking your home with you wherever you go.