4 Reasons Driving With A Chipped Windshield In The Winter Is Risky

Posted on: 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. 
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Three Things You Should Know Before You Need That First Tow

Posted on: 4 August 2016

As a new car owner, needing that first tow can be nerve-wracking. Having access to a vehicle you can tow it with is great, but you still need to decide on the way that you're going to tow it. With so many different towing trailers and options, how do you know which one is the right option? It's in your best interest to understand some towing fundamentals before you ever find yourself in need of the service, because that way you know what to look for.
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Four Signs You Need To Replace Your Catalytic Converter

Posted on: 14 July 2016

Catalytic converters work to reduce the harmful emissions from your vehicle by converting engine emissions to less harmful exhaust fumes. A damaged or failing catalytic converter can have a wide range of negative impacts on your vehicle. Thankfully, there are a number of warning signs that you can keep your eye out for to determine when you need to see a mechanic to replace your car's catalytic converter. Reduced Fuel Efficiency
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Protect Your Truck's Windshield From Damage Associated With Inclement Weather

Posted on: 17 May 2016

If a hailstorm caused damage to your truck's windshield, resulting in the need for a new piece of glass, protect the replacement windshield with the following tips. As a result, you will not need to worry too much about damage occurring when inclement weather is predicted. Cover The Windshield When It Is Going To Be Exposed Purchase a cover that is designed to be slip-proof and place it on your truck's windshield whenever your vehicle will be parked in an open area that does not contain any protection from rain, hail, or ice.
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