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Automotive Maintenance And Repairs That Should Be Handled By A Professional

If you are a new car owner, you may already be concerned about keeping your car in like-new condition. Some of your friends may complete most of their automotive maintenance on their own, but what should you do? Simple jobs, such as installing a battery or changing a tire, can often be easily completed by a do-it-yourself-er. However, some mechanical maintenance and repairs are best left up to an automotive professional. Read More 

Preparing Your Vehicle For Vacation Travel

There are a few things you should check before taking your vehicle on a long drive to avoid car trouble should occur on the open road. Of course, you should always take water and snacks in the event of a breakdown in an isolated area, as well as medications and first aid supplies. Your vehicle will be doing most of the work, so you must consider its potential needs before starting off on vacation. Read More 

3 Summer Auto Care Tips To Help Preserve The Value Of Your Car During Heatwaves

Here comes the heat and it's not on the race track. The summer heat waves bring excessive UV radiation, extreme heat, and stress for cars that are not safely parked in a garage. You probably need your car for everyday use but want to protect it as much as possible from the wear extreme heat can cause. Here are a few tips to help preserve your car's value when the heat waves bring the heat this summer: Read More 

2 Things You Need To Know About Caring For Your Car

Nearly every adult knows how to operate a car. And many of those adults, and even teenagers, have a car that they are responsible for. One thing that many people fail to do is educate themselves on how to properly care for the car. There are so many things that people do that cause the car to be unsafe and unfit to drive. But with a little education you can keep your car nice and safe to drive. Read More 

3 Signs It’s Time To Visit Your Semi Truck Mechanic

Keeping your rig on the road and running smoothly is one of the keys to being a successful semi-truck driver. If you perform routine maintenance, you'll reduce the risk of sudden breakdowns and other issues requiring repair. However, semi-trucks typically put in a lot of road miles, so unfortunately, even well-maintained trucks may experience problems at one time, or another. If you put off having it repaired, you may exacerbate the problem and end up with a bigger trouble than if you had taken it in sooner. Read More