Four Signs You Need Auto Brake Repair

Posted on: 8 July 2018

Your brakes are the most important safety feature of your vehicle, as they are what actually allows you to moderate your speed on the road. Improperly functioning brakes are thus a huge safety concern, as they greatly increase the risk of a collision occurring - and thus bodily harm by extension as well. Fortunately, brakes will rarely fail completely overnight. There are a handful of early warning signs that you can keep watch for to determine when you should make an appointment with your local mechanic to have your car's brakes inspected and repaired.
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Buying Your First Car? Why Smog Testing Is So Important

Posted on: 7 July 2018

Buying a car for the first time is something that many people look forward to. Depending on how prepared you are the event can either be the ticket to the kind of freedom that you've dreamed of or the beginning of a series of events which might make you wish you would have kept walking. The key to making sure you don't fall into the second group is crossing your 'T's' and dotting every 'I' that you can think of.
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3 Reasons Your Car's A/C Compressor Makes Strange Noises

Posted on: 5 July 2018

It only takes a sweltering summer day to make you thankful for your car's air conditioning. When you start hearing strange noises every time you use your A/C system, there's plenty of reason to be worried. These noises could indicate the beginning of compressor failure, which could rob you of your air conditioning and cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in repairs. If your car's A/C compressor starts making a racket, it's likely due to the problems listed below.
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4 Truck Maintenance Tips To Prevent Summer Engine Problems And Costly Trips To Repair Shops

Posted on: 5 July 2018

The hot summer weather can be harsh on the diesel engines of trucks. Before you travel long miles, there is maintenance that needs to be done to your truck to prevent engine problems. You want to do the conventional maintenance such as changing the oil coolant and other fluids, as well as prepare your truck for summer weather and potential breakdowns. Here are some summer truck maintenance tips to help prevent and deal with engine problems during hot summer weather:
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