Katrina Dent

Katrina Dent is a car enthusiast that loves to help others. Why are you giving advice on Axle and Chassis? Kat has loved classic cars and car maintenance since her mom taught her how to change the oil filter on her ‘78 Challenger. Combined with her mom’s love of sports cars and her dad’s interest in pickup trucks and 70’s era Cadillacs, she grew up around vehicle enthusiasts that frequented car shows, and swap meets. Thanks to her family and her love of DIY, Kat has worked on multiple automobiles and is currently souping up her friend’s Kawasaki Ninja 400 motorcycle. When and how did you first develop an interest in vehicles? Kat became interested in vehicles when her mom let her play with her brother’s dinky cars, but her Barbie's pink corvette definitely kickstarted her obsession. She blames (but thanks) her mom for getting her into the more technical aspects of car maintenance. What's one piece of advice you'd give any vehicle owner? Read your manufacturer's manual and learn how to do essential car maintenance on your vehicle, like changing your oil and coolant and replacing your air filters. This tip applies more to women, but if you know how to service your car (or at least what it costs to service your vehicle), you won’t be overcharged at the mechanic. Women are often charged more than men for the same service because there’s an assumption they don’t know what the service is worth. Protect your vehicle and your wallet by performing most general car maintenance yourself.

Best Honda Fit Mods

Best Honda Fit Mods: How to Mod Your Particular Model

The Honda Fit, also marketed as the Honda Jazz, is a five-door B-segment subcompact car or supermini created and manufactured by Honda since the early 2000s. Now in its fourth generation, Fits have gone through its fair share of tune-ups, including the hybrid petroleum-electric version from 2010. Despite these changes, their box-like shape hasn’t changed

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