4 Maintenance Habits That Will Extend The Life Of Your Transmission And Keep You Out Of The Repair Shop

21 January 2019
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To ensure your car is reliable and efficient, regular maintenance is important. The maintenance includes regular oil changes, brake jobs and tire care. In addition, you also want to do routine maintenance for transmissions and suspension parts if you want to keep your car out of the repair shop. Here are some maintenance habits that will help extend the life of your transmission and keep your car out of the repair shop: Read More 

Tips For Keeping Your Aging Car On The Road For As Long As Possible

28 November 2018
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If you are still saving up to purchase your next vehicle and have decided to drive your old car until it suffers a fatal breakdown, then there are many things you can proactively do to keep it on the road for as long as possible, including following each of these tips: Tip: Keep the Radiator Full of Antifreeze Your car's radiator is tasked with keeping the engine cool. Without the radiator, the engine would get too hot and the metal would crack. Read More 

3 Signs Of Exhaust System Issues

11 October 2018
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The exhaust system in your vehicle is not something that you will think about very often, and that's understandable. In fact, an exhaust system that is doing its job properly is supposed to be almost unnoticeable. However, an exhaust system that no longer works properly can spell a number of complications for your vehicle by affecting the performance of your engine. Understanding some of the clearest signs of exhaust issues can help you spot these problems early and have them fixed before they grow to be serious. Read More 

Caring For Your New RV

8 September 2018
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An RV can allow you to have tremendous freedom when it comes to being able to travel. Yet, new RV owners will frequently make mistakes that could increase the risks of encountering problems while they are using these vehicles. The following are ideas for limiting these potential problems.  Keep A Fire Extinguisher In Your RV Due to the appliances and devices that may be in an RV, these vehicles will have a higher risk of experiencing a fire. Read More