Monthly Archives: April 2016

Oil Changes are Critical

Oil changes are preventative maintenance that’s critical to the longevity of a car. It’s also the least expensive routine maintenance task. Unfortunately most people pay little attention to it, but reap the expensive aftermath with high repair costs on what … Continue reading

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Silence Squealing Brakes

The sounds of summer are in the air. Motorcycles varoom down the road. Convertibles blasting music shake at stoplights. And, your noisy brakes turn heads to your embarrassment. Why does the droning noise increase during the summer? Most mechanics will … Continue reading

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An Illuminating Article on Headlights

The most important factor to consider when driving at night is how far your headlight beams reach. Most professionals suggest that 300 feet (the size of a football field) is ideal. However, the government safety ratings for headlights only consider … Continue reading

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Right Sizing Your Car Battery

We never think twice about replacing batteries in our electronics, but many hesitate to replace the battery in their vehicle. Car batteries wear out just like any other battery and need to be replaced. There are two measurements of concern … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Car Drivable

TV commercials will sell the latest gimmick to extend the life of your car, but preventative maintenance is the only miracle you need. Today’s cars can easily last twice as long with the proper maintenance. All moving parts require grease. … Continue reading

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