2019

Are You In Need Of New Tires? Let's Find Out

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Too many people make the mistake of not paying attention to the condition of their tires. They might not know that they have a need for new wheels for their vehicle until they get a flat, or someone points the problem out to them To help you stay on top of the need for a tire shop, you will want to review the following signs of old or damaged tires:

30 April 2019

Signs Your Car Needs New Spark Plugs And How A Mechanic Replaces Them

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The spark plugs in your car are small parts, but your car won't run without them. As they age, they show signs that it's time to get new spark plugs put in. Here are the signs you could have bad spark plugs and how the mechanic at the auto repair shop might replace them. How To Know When To Replace The Spark Plugs An easy way to stay on top of spark plug changes is to follow the instructions in your car's manual.

30 April 2019

Scheduled Prepaid Maintenance Packages: FAQs

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There are few things more exciting than stepping onto the lot of a car dealership and picking out a brand-new vehicle. A brand-new vehicle is a major investment, and it is one that you should protect for the long term. Therefore, getting your new ride in for a maintenance checkup on schedule is highly important. Some new car purchases will come along with an option referred to as scheduled prepaid maintenance packages.

26 March 2019

4 Truck Maintenance Tips To Help Inspect Your Truck After The Extreme Cold Passes

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Extreme cold can be hard on the mechanical components of your truck. There may be things that you do during the cold weather to ensure you have reliable transportation, but what happens when the cold subsides and the frost begins to thaw? Here are some auto maintenance tips to help truck for your truck after the extreme cold passes: 1. Clean Debris from Salt and Road Debris to Prevent Wear and Damage

10 February 2019

How To Get Sap Off Your Windshield

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Tree sap is something that literally hits most cars at one time or another. The sap is a particular problem because in its fresh state, it smears instead of wiping up neatly, and in its dry state, it can be like cement. Getting it off your car is important for three reasons. One, your car will look better; two, your paint can suffer if the sap stays on for too long; and three, your view out your windshield can be obscured if there's a lot of sap.

7 January 2019