3 Important Questions To Ask When Your Windshield Needs Replacing

7 December 2018
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Has your car's windshield been damaged recently? Are you putting off having it repaired because you aren't sure how to handle it? However it happened, having to deal with a windshield that is cracked, chipped, or pitted is never an enjoyable task. If you've never had to deal with it before, you may be having trouble even deciding where to take your vehicle to have your windshield fixed. Instead of simply opening the phone book or looking online and picking one at random, there are questions you should ask to ensure that you get the right company or service for your needs. Read More 

Freedom Of Movement And Money Back For The State: Benefits Of IRP Apportioned Plates And Registration

28 October 2018
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IRP stands for "international registration plan". It was developed in accordance with the Canadian Department of Transportation and states within the U.S. that have agreed to be members of the agreement. If your state is a member, you may not be able to choose whether or not you participate based on individual state rules. Regardless, you should know that IRP Apportioned plates are required on every semi-truck within member states and that there are benefits to participating in this program. Read More 

Questions To Answer Before Buying A Used Car Transmission

6 September 2018
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Buying a used transmission system can save you a lot of money if you need a replacement. However, you should answer these questions about the transmission you are looking to buy to make sure it is the right one for you.  Is the Transmission Leaking? The transmission fluid is the lifeblood of your transmission system; it cools the transmission, cleans it, and also transfers force from one part to another. Therefore, a low level of transmission fluid can not only affect your car's performance, but it can also damage the transmission system. Read More 

3 Fleet Maintenance Tips

20 May 2018
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A fleet of vehicles for your company can look sharp and ensure your customers that they can depend on you to be there when they need you. Of course, this also means you have to make sure the fleet is up and running well, without costing too much in repairs and upkeep. The following fleet maintenance tips can help you do just that. #1: Have a set maintenance schedule Putting all the fleet cars on the same maintenance schedule will make your life easier since you won't always be juggling maintenance responsibilities. Read More 

Does Your Car Need Brake Service? Watch for These Red Flags!

11 May 2018
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Each time you get behind the wheel of your vehicle, you rely on thousands of moving parts to get you safely from point A to point B. Your brakes, brake pads, and rotors are among the most heavily utilized and most important. Unfortunately, many drivers simply don't understand how to tell when their vehicle needs new brakes or another related repair. While most brakes will need replacing around 50,000 miles or so, this can vary greatly depending on whether your driving is mostly city or highway miles. Read More