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Understanding The Different Fluids In Your Car And When To Change Them To Prevent Wear

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There are a lot of different fluids in your car, which include oil, fluids for your transmission, brakes, and power steering. There is also the coolant that protects your car from hot weather and freezing during the cold winter. With all these fluids, you probably want to know when they need to be changed and how to check the levels to prevent wear and damage to your car. Change Your Oil Frequently to Prevent Problems with Engine Wear Read More»

Why RV Body Repairs Shouldn't Be Done By Just Any Auto Body Shop

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Because RVs fit into the automotive family, many owners seek out an auto body repair shop when they have RV body repairs that need to be addressed. However, you should not take an RV to just any auto body shop for repairs. You should always seek out an auto body shop with experience and expertise in RV body repairs because they require different skills. Here’s what you need to know about RV body repairs compared to that of a traditional car. Read More»

Why Your Vehicle Might Not Pass Inspection

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In most states in the United States, in order to drive your vehicle legally, you have to pass a yearly inspection. Furthermore, to prove you have passed this inspection, you typically have to display a sticker on your vehicle in an appointed place that varies by state. While inspections can sometimes feel like a hassle, they exist to keep all vehicles on the road safe and, thus, to keep all drivers as safe as possible. Read More»

Check Engine Light Illuminated? 4 Steps To Take To Identify The Problem

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If you just bought your first car, you might not be too familiar with maintenance and servicing. If you’re car is equipped with dashboard indicator lights, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with what each one of them means. One light that might cause you some concern is the check engine light. In fact, the check engine light can instill fear in even the most seasoned car owner. However, just because your check engine light has illuminated, doesn’t mean you automatically have something to worry about. Read More»

3 Amazing Services Auto Glass Replacement Companies Can Offer Motorists

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One of the more important components on your vehicle is the windshield. It’s what helps block out the weather elements. If you think it needs to be replaced, you should work with an auto glass replacement company. They can provide these useful services.  Windshield Inspection  Just because you think you need a new windshield, doesn’t mean that’s automatically the case. Your windshield may actually be salvageable if not a lot of damage has occurred to it. Read More»

3 Ways To Get A Good Deal On Your New Car

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If you are getting ready to buy a new Chevrolet vehicle, there are some things that you can do that will help you get the best deal possible for you. Doing these things before you go in and even start talking to the salesperson will make it easier for you when you are ready to talk to the salesperson about getting the car you want.  Comparison Shop What you need to do before you do anything is narrow down which cars you want. Read More»

Why Your Truck Is Having Emissions Problems

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The discussions about global warming today have caused many people to become concerned about the emissions of their vehicles. The emissions from cars are among the major reasons for air pollution. That’s why many people, especially truck owners are concerned when they discover that their trucks have emissions problems. If you own a truck, and you discover that it has issues with its emissions, you need to take it for truck repair immediately. Read More»

4 Pros And Cons Of Aftermarket Parts

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When you need a new part for your car repair, you can purchase original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts or aftermarket parts. While many car owner prefer OEM parts, some prefer the benefits of aftermarket parts. Before you purchase anything, however, check out these four pros and cons of aftermarket parts. Pro: They Are Cheaper The biggest advantage to aftermarket parts is the cost. Essentially, aftermarket parts are generic parts because they aren’t made by auto manufacturers. Read More»

Should You Repair Your Damaged Tire?

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One of the worst feelings that you can get when driving down the road is a flat tire. When this happens, you switch the flat tire out with the spare and often wonder whether the tire is done for or if it can be repaired. Some tires can be repaired, while others will simply need to be replaced. Here is what you need to know about repaired or replacing your damaged tire. Read More»

Why And How Your Mechanics Should Keep Up With Changing Technology

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Cars are advancing faster and faster toward some unknown event horizon in car manufacturing. Self-driving cars are already here, although they may need another decade to tweak out the bugs. Computers do most of the work controlling many aspects of the cars. Cars that hover above ground exist, but are currently only in prototype form. Still, you run an auto repair shop that needs to keep up with the times. Are all of your mechanics able and ready? Read More»