Which Is The Best? Wax Vs. Sealant Coatings

Posted on: 15 May 2019

When you are engaged in auto detailing, you may use wax and sealants to detail your car. There are big differences between these two options and it's important to know which one to use. Both products will protect your vehicle's paint. However, whether or not you use one or another is based in part on your own preferences and is also based on the climate you live under and your lifestyle preferences.
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3 Misconceptions You May Have About Your Tires

Posted on: 19 April 2019

Tires are important for a few reasons. While they help your vehicle move, the tires also help you maintain your driving position safely on the road. Unfortunately, there are many vehicle owners who do not truly understand the importance of their tires. By learning the truth behind these common misconceptions, you will be more familiar with your tires. TPMS Is Best for Maintaining Your Tires One of the most common misconceptions people have is that their TPMS is all that you need to maintain proper tires.
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Why You Should Get A Commercial Driver's License If You're A Diesel Mechanic

Posted on: 3 March 2019

If you are a diesel mechanic, then you might have went to school so that you could learn about how to do your job. You may not have gone to school or gone through the process to get a commercial driver's license, however. It might not seem necessary to have a commercial driver's license if you're a diesel mechanic, and not all diesel mechanics have a commercial driver's license. You may want to get a commercial driver's license, though, if you work as a diesel mechanic for a living.
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4 Brake and Suspension Maintenance Tips to Reduce Tire Wear

Posted on: 28 January 2019

Are you bobbing and wobbling around town trying to find a tire shop? The problem of tire wear can come from the tires being out of balance, or there could be issues with the brakes and suspension of your car. When you have the new tires installed, make sure that you have the right brake and suspension maintenance done. Here are some brake and suspension maintenance tips to help end wobbling wheels that wear out the rubber on your tires:
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