Posts by: Tim Miller

Tim Miller

My name is Tim- an auto mechanic from Colorado.I don’t know why I do love cars and always want to discover them. With what I know, I think I should share with everyone .I am a contributor on and writing about automotive. Besides, I am also writing a personal blog about OBD2 Scanner name OBD Advisor. Hope it's useful for all you guys.

5 best tips to solve food allergies in cats


If there is one thing we, humans have in common with our cats, it is food allergies. Food allergies can happen for many reasons and have numerous consequences ranging from the uncomfortable to the unpleasant. Knowing how to deal with these food allergies, what causes them in the first place...

What To Consider When Buying a Bandsaw


Adding a bandsaw to your workshop will change the way you work forever. A bandsaw enables you to cut large sweeping curves, ultra-thin custom veneers and create fine details much more easily and safely than any other type of saw. But choosing the right bandsaw is a daunting task, especially...

Common uses for power transmission components


The term mechanical power transmission is a reference to any product which is used within a system powered by moving parts, as opposed to systems that are powered electronically. Such systems include a variety of different power transmission components, including chains, sprockets, belts, shaft couplings and drive components. The belt...

8 Ways to Save on Car Expenses This Holiday Season


In life, expenses can pile up on you. A home is without a doubt the biggest investment you will make, but following that is a car. Owning and using a car reckons the second-biggest home expense. Owning a vehicle is both a necessity and a privilege. Whether it is getting...

The Two Remedies Your Skin Can’t Do Without


We all want to have better skin! It’s a fact that can easily be agreed upon. The skincare industry is worth a fortune because of this desire. Companies capitalize on our skin complaints, and seek to offer us the solution in the forms of creams, serums, and moisturizers. These companies...

Exterior Home Improvements that are Worth It


Image source If you’ve been focusing your home improvement efforts solely on what’s inside your house to the detriment of the outside, now is the time to change that by making one or two choice exterior home improvements. Why? Quite simply because the exterior of your home is its ‘face’;...

The Art Of Moving Home Without Lifting A Finger


Moving house is one of the most stressful experiences that you will ever have to endure in life. This is why many people choose to do it only once or twice. The thought of having to pack up your life’s belongings into a seemingly never-ending sea of double-walled cardboard boxes...

Top 5 Off-road Motorcycles in 2017-18


The motorcycle space in the United States is pretty much on the face. It is either big grand cruisers or powerful sports motorcycle that are the go-to models. However, the off-road motorcycle segment has been underrated to a great extent due to the urban lifestyle in most parts. Yet, strong...

Consequences of putting wrong fuel in your car


Wrong fuelling your car is not uncommon these days. Figures reveal that one driver wrong fuels their vehicle every four minutes i.e. 150,000 drivers in the UK every year. Wrong fuelling means putting petrol in diesel vehicle or diesel in petrol. Here’s a complete guide on how to deal with...

Autel AL619 Scan Tool

Autel AL619 Autolink OBDII Scan Tool Review


I bought Autel AL619 scanner for basic use on my own vehicles. I’m a mechanic by trade at a small garage but to pay the bills, I do a little work at home on the side. As vehicles are more technical than ever, I thought a basic scan tool would...

Autel Autolink AL319 scan tool

Autel Autolink AL319: #1 For Inexpensive & Easy To Use


My check engine light was illuminated on my 2010 Chevrolet Traverse. Conveniently the extended warranty had just expired and I was left footing the bill. The dealership wanted over $100 just to scan the codes by an OBD2 Scanner and tell me what was wrong with my Traverse which seems like highway...