Cars aren't always serious business-have some fun on the lighter side
It's the spooktacular month of October and the RepairPal office is bubbling with excitement over Trunk-or-Treat themes! Get inspired with our favorites from Instagram.
in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, RepairPal is excited to participate in Brakes for Breasts, a unique opportunity for both shops and consumers to join in the fight against breast cancer.
While auto repairs are an unavoidable part of car ownership, there are certain car models that could cost you surprisingly more than you expected.
If you want to trust your mechanic—and believe me, there are a lot of honest ones out there—you need to find one who is worthy of that trust. Here are some things to consider when looking for a good mechanic and how to build a solid relationship with him or her once you do find that person.
Welcome to class! Audra Fordin, of WomenAutoKnow.com, has come up with a brilliant way to understand a vehicle’s systems—she compares them to bodily systems. Check it out. I bet you’ll understand more about cars by the time you get to the bottom of the list.
Having car trouble and don’t want to pay for it? Has a bad mechanic taken you for a ride? RepairPal is here to help with the #FixMyCar Contest!
Consumers vs. Car Dealers can't agree on this controversial ad about haggling. What do you think?
Summary: Some of the best advice we’ve ever received were from our fathers, and this is especially true when it comes to taking care of your car. This Father’s Day, RepairPal’s celebrating dads everywhere by asking, “What is the best car-related advice that your father has given you?” using the hashtag #DadsCarAdvice.
IIt's been a while since we did something fun on a Friday and since this week seemed particularly long, I think it's time we all had a good laugh. Here are a few funny bumper stickers to get you started.
Today, Jim Taddei (our expert mechanic) and I took to the parking lot so he could help me install new wiper blades.