Do I need winter tires? I have 4 wheel drive, so I just use all season tires all year long. What are all weather tires? These are questions and statements that we get all the time here in Canada – especially in Edmonton. While every driver’s needs are different depending on the weather and road…Read More Here!
The question of when you need to change your oil used to be answered by your local shop, which had a vested interest in keeping your car coming back every 5,000km. Nowadays, this question is more frequently being answered by a vehicle’s oil life monitoring system. This alert usually arrives between 8,000-13,000km – saving drivers…Read More Here!
Prior to 1980, winterizing your car was a necessary process to ensure your car would run all winter long. Fortunately, modern cars don’t require the same extensive winterization. With that said, there are still a few things you can do to keep you and your vehicle safe this winter. Read on for five ways you…Read More Here!
Your vehicle’s suspension system is what’s responsible for ensuring you have a smooth ride. While most drivers understand the basics of the suspension system (it absorbs bumps), not everyone knows some of the more intricate details. Read on for Park Muffler’s guide to your suspension system. The parts Your vehicle’s suspension system consists of more…Read More Here!
The most common cause of failure in a catalytic converter in an older car is that it becomes so clogged that the exhaust gases can’t get through it to the muffler and out of the car. If air can’t get out the rear of the vehicle, it can’t come in the front end, so the…Read More Here!