Four Maintenance Tips To Help Prevent Damage To Your Transmission

Automotive Blog

In addition to your engine, the transmission of your car is an important component that needs maintenance. If you want to get the most mileage out of your car, transmission care is important. Doing things like having the seals replaced and changing the fluid can help reduce problems and avoid repairs with your car. Here are some tips for maintenance that can help prevent transmission problems in your car: 1. Watch The Level Of Transmission Fluid Carefully

3 December 2015

2 Car Maintenance Jobs To Have Done Before You Take A Road Trip

Automotive Blog

Taking a road trip can often be an economical and fun vacation, but there are a few things that you will want to have done to your car before you leave. Having your tires changed and windshield repaired or replaced are two easy ways to get the most out of your vehicle throughout your road trip. Windshield Repair or Replacement One of the first things that you should have done before you leave on your trip is make sure that your windshield is in the best shape possible.

26 May 2015

Dispelling Two Myths About Common Car Problems

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When your car encounters problems, you may not understand the causes or needed repairs for the problem. If this is the case, you may be making a couple of critical mistakes due to misinformation, and there are a couple of misconceptions about common problems that many people believe. By dispelling the following two car maintenance myths, you will be in a far better position to have these issues addressed when they arise:

20 May 2015

3 Reasons To Replace Your Rotors When You Replace Your Brakes

Automotive Blog

If your brakes are squeaking and at the end of their lives, it is time to replace them. When you go in to replace your brakes, your mechanic is most likely going to ask you if you want to replace the rotors as well. Here are the top three reasons why it is a good idea to replace your rotors at the same time you replace your brake pads. #1 You'll Feel It When You Drive If Your Rotors Are Not Smooth

30 April 2015