It may seem impractical or even illogical that buying an additional set of tires for a vehicle could actually save you money in the long run. The cold, hard truth? Winter tires can indeed be a good deal over the lifetime of a vehicle, but they must be employed and maintained properly. The facts below…Read More Here!
As vehicles become more automated, there are more features that require immediate attention if they stop working. In many of these cases, a ‘Check Engine’ light or notification will be illuminated on your dashboard display. Read on for more in our crash course on the ‘Check Engine’ light. #1: Electrical Your vehicle’s engine needs electricity…Read More Here!
Brakes are an essential part of any vehicle– once you get going, everyone needs a way to stop! Direct, manual brakes are almost extinct in this modern world, as we have discovered and implemented much safer, more reliable braking systems for vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Whether you are in stop-and-go traffic or negotiating…Read More Here!
Engines produce a lot of excess energy that escapes as heat and vibration, this effect creates a lot of noise. When the muffler was first invented for vehicles, the reduction in noise pollution was so significant that they can became an industry standard practically overnight. Modern mufflers are so efficient that many motorists might not…Read More Here!
Many of us know the feeling– you jump in a vehicle, but nothing happens when you turn the key. No sputtering, revving or cranking… the telltale signs of what is usually just a dead battery. Batteries are not hard to replace or maintain. If you know how to open a hood, turn a wrench and…Read More Here!