Deciding that it’s time to modify your car is a big step. For some, it takes years before additions are made. For others, the purchase of aftermarket products begins before the car even leaves the dealership lot. It all is a matter of what you are looking to get out of your ownership experience and where you see a potential project heading. However, one of the biggest mistakes newcomers to ... (more)
Taking your car to a professional mechanic can end up costing you hundreds of dollars and eat away at your savings. Most people don’t realize that you can do repairs and maintenance to your car yourself, saving time and money. To avoid unnecessary expenditures, here are some tools you need in your toolbox to be an at-home mechanic.... (more)
America is a nation of people who love vehicles of all types. In fact, the U.S. Department of Transportation reports that there are over 250 million registered vehicles in the country. With each of these vehicles comes the maintenance, repairs, and custom improvements that owners will need and want to do on a regular basis. While vehicle repair and body shops may be widespread and easy to access, there are ... (more)
The Motorz apps have all been updated and are completely new from the previous versions! These look better, are faster and easier for us to make changes.
Please grab one and if you could do me a favor and rate it 5 stars in its respective app store (and maybe leave a nice review, too?) all of us at Motorz would love it!
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As part of my partnership with Sears Holdings, and because I’m a spokesperson for Craftsman tools at Sears, I’m going to be featured once again in the upcoming Sears tools catalog that comes out next month. Looks like a total of 6 pages, too! Here’s a preview!
As you may have noticed, I have all but completely abandoned this blog in lieu of keeping friends and family updated through other social networking tools such as Twitter and Facebook. From time to time I’ll hopefully update christhis.com with something useful!
OMG what a crazy few days. First, the fire started Sunday in East County and we kept a close watch on it, knowing that I had a Monday morning flight with Frozone to go to Michigan for a two-day Ford truck media event. We made the decision early Monday morning to go ahead with my trip, as it looked like the fire was going to avoid our neighborhood. Unfortunately soon ... (more)
What happened to Fully Converged? Simply put, I couldn’t maintain all the websites and blogs I own. It got too crazy, so I found myself concentrating on one site/blog for a while, then ignoring it for a while while I worked on my other sites. I couldn’t take it any longer!
So, FullyConverged.com has blended with my personal blog to become one place where I can blog to my heart’s ... (more)
I don’t really know what version this is, but 2.0 sounds good enough. I just switched over from Blogger to WordPress on my own server to have more control over my blog. I’m so glad that I did… WordPress is pretty damn cool! Their blog import tool imported all of my Blogger posts and comments in just a few seconds. That saved me a ton of time.
With this change ... (more)