Warning Signs Of Worn Struts: What Your Car’s Handling May Be Trying To Tell You

If you've never experienced worn struts in your car, you may not be able to identify the signs of wear easily. Understanding the symptoms of worn struts may help you to spot a problem before the struts are severely damaged. Here's a look at a few of the things that you can do to determine if your car's struts are still working as they should or if they need to be replaced. Read More 

Three Myths Concerning Oil Changes

The average vehicle owner understands that oil changes are an essential part of vehicle care. However, what type of oil to use and how frequently to change the oil are just two of the grey areas concerning this process. There are a number of misconceptions concerning oil changes that prevent drivers from properly taking care of their vehicle. Make certain you know how to discern fact from fiction when it comes to oil changes to ensure you keep your vehicle running smoothly. Read More 

Six Tips On Maintaining Your Truck’s Paint Job

Preserving your truck's paint job is probably one of the most important things you can do to maintain your truck's value and keep your truck looking great through the years. But truck owners often use their vehicles for heavy duty work, and this can take its toll a truck's appearance. However, the following six tips will help you maintain your truck's appearance while you tackle even the toughest jobs: Attend to dings and chips immediately Read More 

3 Signs That Your Transmission Is in Need of Repair

Many people are afraid of facing the troubles that they might be having with their transmission. However, the longer you allow transmission problems to go without repair, the more likely it is that the issue is only going to get a lot worse. Therefore, you might want to take a few minutes to review the following three signs that you need to get your vehicle to a transmission repair shop as soon as possible. Read More 

Mobile Mechanic - They Will Come To You

When automobile owners are in need of routine maintenance or need something repaired on their vehicle they will typically take it to a local dealership or mechanic shop.  Sometimes, however, it is not possible to take the vehicle to the mechanic because the vehicle cannot be moved. Instead of having the vehicle towed, another alternative is to have a mobile mechanic come to the vehicle.   There are a variety of reasons that a vehicle would not be operational, but typically these would fall into one of three categories. Read More