Archive for the ‘Guides & How Tos’ Category

What’s the Darkest Legal Window Tint in Georgia?

Thursday, December 17th, 2020
Window Tinting Film

Georgia State Window Tinting Laws & Restrictions

Black is the new black when it comes to automotive aesthetics these days and adding a custom window tint is an inexpensive step towards transforming your vehicle into a sweet hunk of eye candy. But how dark is too dark for the law? Here we answer the question of what’s the darkest window tint that’s considered legal in the state of Georgia with a closer look into state transportation laws and restrictions.


3 Tricks Car Thieves Don’t Want You to Know

Thursday, November 26th, 2020
car theft graphic with lock emblem

Tips to Help Prevent Car Theft in Atlanta

In the United States alone, it’s estimated that a car is stolen every 43 seconds. Over the course of a year that ever-growing count reaches close to a million cases of car theft nationwide. This year Atlanta has seen a substantial increase in stolen cars, prompting citizens and guests to take special precautions. Here are our top three most important tips to follow to make sure you’re not the next victim in line. 


How to Open the Doors on the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E

Friday, November 13th, 2020
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E on coastal road at sunset

How Do I Use the E-Latch Door System on the New Mustang Mach-E? 

Ever since the Mustang Mach-E reveal, Ford fans have been reveling at the new EV’s ingenious design. It usually starts by admiring the distinctly smooth exterior design, and then it hits you: “Wait, where are the door handles?” The answer? There are none. So, how exactly does one open the doors on the 2021 Mustang Mach-E? We have the answer laid out for you here. 


How to Disable Auto Start-Stop on the Ford F-150

Thursday, November 5th, 2020
2021 Ford F-150 in field

Turning Off the F-150’s Engine Automatic Start-Stop Feature

If you own a Ford F-150 truck, your vehicle might come equipped with a feature that’s designed to cut down on emissions and lower fuel costs throughout the life of your vehicle. Available on select F-150 trucks, the Auto Start-Stop system automatically cuts power to the engine while idling, such as at a red light or while in line at the drive-thru. If you’re not in the mood to save money, the Auto Start-Stop on the Ford F-150 can be disabled without much hassle at all.