Getting Your Car Fixed The Right Way

Protect Your Car: Don’t Drive With Low Fuel

Every person feels like they are an expert on their car, and to a certain degree, they are. So, when the low fuel warning light comes on, they keep going. After all, you know how far you can go, right? Well, while you might not run out of fuel, you could inadvertently be causing many other issues. Discover why it's essential to avoid the low fuel light and keep fuel in your car. Read More 

Telltale Signs Of Dirty Auto Air Filters

The air filter is one part of the car that most drivers don't give much thought to, but did you know that it has a huge effect on your car's performance? This is because your car's engine needs clean air to operate efficiently, and it is the filter that cleans the air entering the engine. That is why you should be aware of the signs and symptoms of a dirty air filter, which include things like: Read More 

Things New Truck Owners Need To Learn About Truck Maintenance

Don't wait until your truck fails before you start thinking about maintenance. By the time your truck fails, there's plenty you'll have lost with little hope of recovery. Trucks are heavy-duty vehicles and therefore, are usually called upon to do the heavy tasks. This means that there's, perhaps, a greater need to ensure that the truck is in a good state of maintenance. If you're a new truck owner, there are a few things you should have in mind as far as maintenance is concerned. Read More 

3 Maintenance Tips To Help Reduce Fleet Breakdowns

If your company relies on a fleet of trucks to provide products and services to consumers, then having trucks that are constantly breaking down can be bad for business. Fleet maintenance is critical to the success of your company. Spend time performing routine maintenance in order to extend the life of your fleet vehicles and ensure that breakdowns don't leave you without the ability to service your customers in the future. Read More 

5 Radiator Problems That Can Sideline Your Vehicle

Your car's radiator has a crucial job: to dissipate the constant barrage of heat generated by the engine. Having your radiator fall down on its job can result in potentially catastrophic an expensive damage to your engine. Keeping these problems at bay requires knowing how to identify them early on so preventative measures can be taken to protect your vehicle. The following talks about five common radiator problems that could leave your vehicle on the roadside. Read More