26 December 2019
The brake pads on your car will last anywhere from 25,000 to 65,000 miles, giving your brake pads an average lifespan of about 45,000 miles. Your driving habits will impact how long your brake pads last, as well as the type of brake pads you have on your vehicle. When you drive slower and you pay attention to how much cargo you haul around, you can help extend the life of your brake pads.
19 December 2019
Do you have a vehicle that's making funny noises? Are you having a hard time getting an appointment at your mechanic? Sometimes, you might be able to get your vehicle seen sooner at a specialty shop than at a generic mechanic, but you need to know if you even have an issue that the specialty shop can address in the first place. While you should certainly get your vehicle diagnosed by a professional whenever possible, here are some of the most common noises cars make and what can be done about them:
30 November 2019
Owning your own semi-truck can be an extremely freeing feeling as it can allow you to have a significant amount of professional freedom. However, a semi-truck is a major investment to make in your profession, and you will need to be as informed as possible before finalizing this purchase if you are to be sure to get a vehicle that will satisfy your professional requirements. Consider The Special Needs Team Drivers May Have
27 November 2019
The windshield is often viewed as a straightforward part of your vehicle with a single function. As much as it may be true that the windshield shields you from wind and debris on the road, this auto glass can now do far more than that. Smart windshield technology is something to seriously consider if you are into futuristic things and need a windshield replacement. Take a look at some of the things smart windshields can do for you while you are in your car.
6 November 2019
When you have damaged your plastic bumper, you could take steps to repair it yourself and save money. However, some motorists will make mistakes when repairing a bumper and may then have to stare at an ugly plastic bumper or may even need to hire a collision repair specialist to have the bumper repaired. Use the Right Filler A common mistake made when repairing plastic bumpers is to use a body filler and glaze that is meant for a metal bumper on a plastic one instead.