Want To Buy A Used Car? Schedule An Inspection At An Auto Repair Shop

21 November 2018
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Replacing your vehicle with another one means that you will need to decide whether you want to buy brand-new or used. Although you can get the most modern features by opting for a new vehicle, you may like how much money you will be able to save by going with a used vehicle. If you are worried about the chance of buying a car that is not in the greatest condition, even though it may look great on the outside, you should make use of an auto repair shop. Read More 

Why Your Delivery Business Needs Onsite Fleet Repair Service

17 October 2018
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When you own a delivery service, you depend on your drivers to be on the road. Whether you are in the business of getting food or merchandise to customers, it can't happen without a dependable crew and reliable cars. If you want to ensure that your company grows and is highly productive, it's important for your fleet of vehicles to be in top condition. Learn more about why you should invest in onsite fleet repair service. Read More 

Beyond The Oil Change: 6 Other Car Maintenance Tasks To Do Regularly

5 September 2018
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You've probably heard this advice 100 times: change the oil in your car every 3,000 to 5,000 miles to keep it running smoothly. The way this advice is given out, you would think it was the only type of maintenance you needed to do to your car. But that's not the case! There are actually six other maintenance tasks that you should either do or have your mechanic do on a regular basis. Read More 

3 Signs You Need To Change Your Transmission Fluid

10 July 2018
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Your transmission fluid is a small but integral part of your vehicle's operation. Transmission fluid works to lubricate the moving parts of your transmission to make sure that gear changes can happen quickly and efficiently. For that reason, dirty or low levels of fluid can cause a whole host of complications not only to your transmission but to the operation of your engine and the overall performance of your vehicle as well. Read More 

3 Ways To Stop A Windshield Crack From Spreading

11 April 2018
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A chipped or cracked windshield can present a real safety hazard. Sunlight could hit the crack or chip and become refracted, temporarily blinding you while you are behind the wheel. A damaged windshield is not structurally sound, and you might not be protected against the collapse of your vehicle's cab during a rollover accident. If you don't have time to immediately contact an auto glass repair shop, there are some things you can do to help stop the crack from spreading and causing additional damage. Read More