Maintaining Your Vehicle To Increase Reliability

If you are a new driver, you will soon discover that caring for your vehicle is very important so it works when you need it to. There are several maintenance steps, like scheduling oil changes, that you should take regularly to keep your vehicle in the best of shape. Here is a list of items you should regularly monitor in an attempt to keep your vehicle from experiencing downtime or the need for extensive repairs. Read More 

Three Considerations For DIY Brake Repairs

The brakes on your vehicle are one of the most important components. After all, without proper working brakes, many types of accidents can occur that can potentially be life threatening to you and to others sharing the road with you. If you notice that your brakes are in need of repairs, you may be thinking about making the repairs on your own. However, there are certain things to consider before doing this. Read More 

Answering Common Transmission Repair Questions You Might Have

Without a functioning transmission, your car's engine would likely destroy itself while you were driving. Unfortunately, this critical component of a car is frequently misunderstood by drivers. This can result in them being unsure of how to handle transmission problems when they arise. Once you are armed with the following answers to common transmission questions, you should find yourself in a far better position to have these issues addressed. Will A Severely Damaged Transmission Always Need To Be Replaced? Read More 

How To Fix A Flat Tire

A flat tire will prevent the car from being able to move and cause you delays. You cannot drive on a flat tire, as it will ruin the rims and potentially cause other issues with the alignment to be off. Changing a flat tire is fairly easy and can be done by following the steps outlined below in this step-by-step guide. 1 – Start by parking the car in a safe place that is out of the way of oncoming traffic. Read More 

Choosing Brake Pads To Match Your Driving Style

You may not know that when you take your car in for brake service, you have a choice in the type of brake pads installed on your car. Most auto shops use a standard brake pad that is good for average road conditions and driving. But you may have a special need for which a different kind of brake pad would work better. Here are the choices you have the next time you have brake work done on your car. Read More