Sending Your Teen To College? Prep Their Car For Less Worry

5 June 2017
 Categories: , Blog

If you are sending your teen driver off to college and you aren't sure if they can care for their own vehicle while they are away, there are some things you can look into. You want to know that they can drive short or long distances safely, and that there aren't concerns as they pull out the driveway. You want to have the vehicle inspected by a mechanic, and have all of the fluids changed or topped off with a tune-up. Read More 

Maintain Your Vehicle

18 April 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

Your car is one of the most important things that you own. It is your car that gets you to work and back and often takes you to vacations. Simply put, your car is a vital part of your life. Since it is so vital, it is very important that you take very good care of your car. There is no doubt that driving your car is likely the most dangerous thing that you will do today. Read More 

Is Your Truck’s 4WD Out Of Commission? What Are Your Options?

11 March 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

Many four wheel drive (4WD) truck owners utilize this feature on a regular basis to give themselves the extra boost needed to get out of a snowy driveway, a muddy bog, or even just maintain traction on a rain-soaked highway. In other cases, you may only utilize your 4WD a few times a year during especially inclement weather. In either event, having the power to your front axle suddenly stop working can be a frustrating and worrisome experience, and those who use 4WD often may already be seeking repair quotes. Read More 

Signs Of Transmission Problems

7 March 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

Transmission trouble can't be ignored, and repairs can't be put off. Not only does a broken down transmission often leave your car immobile, trying to ignore an issue when it first starts can lead to an even more expensive repair later. The following are signs that your transmission needs to be serviced sooner rather than later. Sign #1: Fluid leaks Puddles under your car should always raise alarms, particularly if they appear beneath the engine compartment. Read More