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.



The Easy Method Of Identifying Failing Suspension System Parts

The suspension of cars is an important area that often gets overlooked by vehicle owners until it shows signs of going awry. One of the telltale signs that people first notice when they have a suspension issue is that their vehicles "drive" differently. For example, a vehicle might go from stopping at a gradual speed to lurching forward when the brake system is initiated. The following are a few things to look for that can be signs of suspension problems. Read More 

Five Other Things You Can Buy From Tire Stores (That Are NOT Tires!)

In your daily hustle, you probably pass by a couple of tire stores. Unless you need tires, you may not give these stores a second glance. However, there are usually dozens of other products available in a tire store that you could actually use. Here are just five things you can find in tire stores that are NOT tires.  Custom Hub Caps and Rims Custom hub caps and rims are so popular that many tire stores are now carrying a wide variety of these products. Read More 

Car Overheats After You Changed Its Coolant? Here’s What You Need To Know

If your car repeatedly overheats after you change its coolant, you might wonder if there's anything you can do to solve your issues. Cars usually overheat when something goes wrong with the cooling system, such as a broken fan belt or clogged radiator. But vehicles can also overheat when problems develop with the bleeder valve. Here's what a bleeder valve is, how it causes problems with your car and what you can do to solve the problems. Read More 

Two Tips To Help You Save Money When Getting Your Foreign Car Repaired

If you have a foreign car, you probably love the incredible features and luxurious feel of your vehicle.  However, what you may not be too pleased with is the bill you receive when it's time to have your car repaired.  You naturally want to keep your car in good condition, but if an unexpected mechanical issue arises, it may seem that you just can't squeeze the repairs into your budget.  Instead of letting your car remain out of commission for extended periods of time, use this information to learn two tips that can help you save money when your foreign car needs to be repaired. Read More 

Beginner’s Mechanics Guide: How To Change Front Brake Pads

A sign that you need to change your brake pads is when a brake light appears on your dashboard or you start to hear squealing and crunching sounds when you press down on the brake pedal. If you are thinking about starting to do some of the maintenance work on your car yourself, changing the brake pads is a good thing to know and do. You can normally change the brake pads yourself on most cars in an hour or two. Read More