3 Reasons To Invest In Auto Body Repair After A Small Fender-Bender

If you are involved in a minor fender-bender that isn't your fault, you may be tempted to collect the insurance money and use it on something other than auto body repairs. Or you and the other driver may decide not to contact the insurers or repair shops to make sure your rates don't change. However, even if your car is running fine, you should still take it into the shop. Read More 

3 Odors That May Mean Your Transmission Is Malfunctioning

If you have been noticing that your car is unable to accelerate properly or loses power as you speed up, you may have a problem with your transmission. If you suspect that you do, see if your vehicle is making one of the following three odors that could mean the transmission is malfunctioning. Sickly Sweet Smell If you smell a strong, sickly sweet odor, it is likely caused by the transmission fluid. Read More 

How To Save On Your Upcoming Car Repairs

If your car isn't running properly, you have likely begun thinking that it is time to take your car to a shop for some routine maintenance. However, the cost of repairs or maintenance services may not be within your budget at the moment, and this can make it difficult for you to take your car into a shop. Well, rather than prolonging your trip to a repair shop because you are worried about the costs, you may want to consider hiring a mobile mechanic. Read More 

Increasing The Life Of Your Heavy Duty Truck’s Brakes

If you are a new heavy duty truck operator, and you work for your own trucking business, you will soon find out the importance of maintaining your vehicle. By tweaking a few of your driving habits, you'll be able to extend the life of the parts that make up the mechanics of your vehicle. If you drive long distances with your rig, the braking system is one you will need to have working up to par each time you hit the highway. Read More 

Four Reasons Not To Ignore Your Auto Dealer’s Maintenance Reminders

Within a few months of buying a car from a dealer, you'll probably start receiving emails or postcards reminding you when it's time for services such as oil changes, tire rotations, belt replacements and fluid checks. While you might see these reminders as upsells, it's actually to your benefit to have these services done. Here are the most important reasons to follow up on these reminders and schedule these preventative maintenance services. Read More