The Importance of Proactive Car Repairs

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The Importance of Proactive Car Repairs

After I started working full time, I realized that I didn't have a ton of spare time to deal with broken cars. I was tired of struggling with the normal sounds and smells that my car was emitting, so I started thinking more carefully about proactive car repairs. I started abiding by the maintenance schedule and carefully reviewing my service records. It was a lot of work, but I was able to make a complete record of my car care and plan for future services. After carefully tweaking my vehicle, I was able to completely overhaul the system and make things right. Check out this blog to find out why car repairs are so important.



4 Signs Your Wheel Bearings Are Going Bad

In the center of your wheel is a hub. Inside of that hubs is a set of metal balls that are held together inside of a metal ring. This set of balls and ring is the wheel bearing for your vehicle. The wheel bearings have a very important job; they support the weight of your vehicle when you are driving. The balls and rings, in order to work, must be held extremely close together. Read More 

Auto Repair 101: Replacing The Blower Motor In A Chevy S-10 Or Similar SUV

If the blower motor for your Chevy S-10 Blazer (or similar SUV) makes a gravely or grinding noise when you turn on the heater or air conditioner, then its internal bearings are failing. Since the noise isn't going to ever improve and the blower motor will eventually give up and stop working altogether, the only fix for this problem is to replace it with a new one. Replacing a blower motor is a simple procedure that anyone with a few basic automotive repair skills can do in less than an hour. Read More 

Top 3 Reasons To Schedule Regular Brake Inspections

An automobile's brakes are incredibly important, but it is not uncommon for car owners to not pay much attention to them. People expect their brakes to bring a car to a halt when the brake pedal is pushed, but they often forget to take normal precautions to ensure that the brakes are in good condition. Changing your brake pads regularly when they are worn out is one way to take care of your car's brake system, but in between having your brakes serviced, it is also essential to have your brakes inspected by an experienced mechanic. Read More 

3 Amazing Reasons to Utilize Full-Service Gas Stations When Filling Up

The next time you need gas, you might consider heading to a full-service gas station as opposed to a self-service station. These gas stations operate a little differently than what you're used to, but they come with the following advantages.  Added Convenience  There are times when it's extremely cold and you probably don't want to get out of your car to fill up on gas. Well, you don't have to worry about this major inconvenience when you take your vehicle to a full-service gas station. Read More 

Are Your Tires Secretly Trying To Tell You Something About Your Car’s Health?

Everyone knows that tires are wear items and eventually need to be replaced. For the typical driver traveling an average number of miles annually, tires tend to last somewhere in the neighborhood of three to four years before a replacement is in order. Tires also commonly fail simply due to age. A tire that is more than five years old may begin to dry out, rot, and even crack—problems which can lead to a blowout even if your tread depth is good. Read More