Finding Value In An Auto Repair Shop: What To Look For
6 March 2018
Vehicles, especially in the United States where public transportation options are limited and limiting, are a necessary evil. Their upkeep is also a necessary evil. Trying to find an auto shop where you feel comfortable taking a vehicle regularly is often a chore, especially when your old, preferred auto shop has closed its doors for good. You want to find a new shop with the most value you can get for every auto repair you may need in the future.
How To Avoid Common Tire Mounting Mistakes
11 January 2018
If you mount and balance your tires on your own, you need to take special precautions to make sure that you don't make any mounting errors. You want your tires to be properly mounted in order to stay safe on the road.
Do not skip out on lubricant when you are mounting tires. You should use lubrication when you are both mounting and removing tires. You should put lubricant on the balcony of the wheel drop, on the bead seat, and on the inner toe area of the tire bead.
Signs Your Car Battery May Be On The Decline
24 November 2017
It is strongly advised that you replace your cars battery before it dies on you. If it dies, you can be left stranded at work, at a shopping center or even in your own garage. But if you don't know the signs that indicate your battery is on the decline, you don't know when you should replace it. Here are a few of the signs that may be indicative of a battery nearing the end of its lifespan.
4 Reasons Driving With A Chipped Windshield In The Winter Is Risky
15 November 2016
Some people do not think that a chip in a windshield is a big deal. This is one type of windshield damage that may not require an immediate fix, but you need to understand that driving with a chip in your windshield during the winter can pose specific challenges. That one little chip could potentially compromise the entire windshield during the winter. The following are a few ways it could happen.