We visit the Grand Opening week of the High Plains Raceway to watch some racers hit the new dirt track.
The 1960 Plymouth XNR is a concept car created by famed Chrysler designer, Virgil Exner. It is the only car of its kind and it’s for sale.
Jann Scott visits McCaddon Cadillac for their annual vintage Cadillac show. We look at Cadillac cars from the 1960, 50′s and even the 40′s
Jann Scott goes to the Colorado National Speedway for the start of the 2011 NASCAR series races, Jann also interviews some of the racers and winners including No. 39 Jack Nugent and Bear Lynch.
In this informative episode, Doug tells us all the best tips he can think of to help your cars get the most gas mileage possible.
Doug informs us about how how autos and the environment and what the automotive industry is doing to help cut down on environmental waste.
As it changes from the summer heat to the winter cold Doug talks about things you’re going to start seeing in your car and things to be prepared for as well as ways to make sure you don’t have any breakdowns. A few things Doug talks about are coolant, batteries, windshield wipers, oil changes, engine oil, belts and tires.
In this episode, Doug talks about when things go wrong with your transmission, first thing he does is take a transmission apart to investigate the problems, he looks at the differential fluids, the transmission filter and further down in he explains why it is critical that all the tires be the same. Finally with the transmission completely dismantled he discovers the problem is in the vehicle TTS is working on and some signs to tell that something may be wrong.
More summer tips from Doug, since it’s getting to be very hot weather what better time to talk about air conditioning, your car much like your body needs lots of water, Doug shows us how to measure temperature and how to tell if your air compressor is working correctly and what signs to look out for it it’s not properly functioning.
Spring and Summer Tips for driving, keeping your car in good shape and making sure your travel is safe this spring and summer. Doug tells us a little about the history of TTS and what you can do to protect your car and make your ride better in the upcoming thunderstorms and heat of the sun. Doug explains Tires, Tread, Inflation, Windshield Wipers, Windshield Glass, Headlights, Taillights, Air Conditioning and Coolants as a few of the things to help your autos run better in the spring and summer.