A Guide To Buying And Maintaining Tires

6 May 2018
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If you need to buy a new set of tires for your automobile, it's vital that you find the help of some seasoned tire dealers. You will need to learn the ins and outs of caring for your automobile tires while managing the overall care of your vehicle. By taking the time to consider the tips below, you'll be better able to maintain your automobile tires and purchase new ones from a professional when you need them. Read More 

Tips For Dealing With A Broken Side Window In Your Car

12 March 2018
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It's a bad start to your day when you leave for work only to find a side window in your car cracked and broken. It's a major inconvenience, but repairs must be made so you can drive your car safely. Here are some tips for dealing with broken window glass. Determine If The Glass Can Be Repaired When a side window is cracked or crushed, it usually has to be replaced. Read More 

How Car Windows Can Be Damaged During The Summer

7 January 2018
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You might not think much about your car windows, but the last thing that you probably want is for one of them -- or your car's windshield -- to be damaged. Unfortunately, this can happen for a few reasons during the summer. These are some of the things that you might want to watch out for this summer so that you can keep your windows in good shape. Extreme Temperature Changes Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Using A Mercedes Certified Collision Repair Center

18 November 2017
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If you have been involved in an automobile accident, you have the option of taking your car anywhere you would like to be repaired. If you have a Mercedes, you will want to find a collision and auto body repair shop that is familiar with your type of car. Taking your car to a Mercedes collision repair center gives you this peace of mind. However, there are pros and cons to taking your car to one of these certified repair centers. Read More 

Reaching 100,000 Miles With The Original Transmission Fluid Creates A Delicate Maintenance Situation

7 October 2016
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Transmission fluid may not burn like oil does, but transmission fluid does get dirty. Dirty fluid has the potential to launch a tidal wave of problems leading to major repairs when the filthy fluid continually cycles through the transmission system. A myth does abound: because transmission fluid doesn't burn the fluid doesn't have to be changed. Car owners who let basic maintenance responsibilities slip may find their transmission, well, slipping once the car reaches the 100,000+ mileage mark with the original transmission fluid. Read More