Four Steps To Prepare For Windshield Replacement

30 December 2019
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It happens to every driver sooner or later: a windshield chip or crack. There are countless threats to your automotive glass lurking on the roads, from errant rocks kicked up by passing trucks to acorns falling out of trees. In some cases, you may not even know what damaged your windshield in the first place. Whatever the cause, a compromised windshield is not something that you should ever ignore. Not only can minor windshield damage reduce the safety of your vehicle in an accident, but it can also quickly grow out of control. Read More 

Putting Off A Transmission Repair? 2 Reasons Why Doing So Is A Bad Idea

26 November 2019
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The automatic transmission converts incoming power from the vehicle's engine into motion and then controls the speed and direction at which the car moves. In the course of a normal driving day, the transmission may be tasked to perform its duties dozens of times, with each instance capable of producing wear on critical components.  Unlike some other parts on the car, the transmission usually gives at least some warning before it stops working, including sluggish or noisy operation, making noises, or giving off odors. Read More 

2 Possible Reasons Why Your Diesel Truck Is Difficult To Start In Cold Weather

4 November 2019
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When you have a diesel truck, you are probably used to having to start it and let the engine run for a few minutes before taking off, especially in the mornings. However, you may have noticed that you have problems getting it started when the temperatures outside turn cold. There are a couple of possible reasons why this is happening. 1.  Compression Is Too Low to Fire up the Engine Read More 

Time For The Annual Safety Inspection? 4 Steps To Follow For Your Emissions Test

5 August 2019
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If you have an older model of car, the annual safety inspections can fill you with dread, especially where the emissions testing is concerned. After all, if your car fails the safety inspection, your registration gets put on hold. It's important to know that you don't have to approach your safety inspection with fear. Here are four steps to follow to avoid problems with your emissions test. Give Your Car a Fighting Chance Read More 

4 Signs You Need New Tires

16 July 2019
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Driving on old tires can actually be dangerous. Tires that are past their prime may suddenly separate from their tread while you're driving. This can cause your vehicle to go out of control, leading to a collision. Prevent car accidents by replacing your tires in a timely manner. Here are four signs that you may need new tires: 1. You haven't replaced your tires in the last six years. One of the best ways to ensure you're always driving on good tires is to replace them regularly. Read More