What Happens When You Don’t Change Your Brake Fluid?

9 November 2017
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When's the last time you had your brake fluid changed? If you can't remember or haven't had it changed since you've bought your car, you're not alone. Despite brake fluid playing an essential role in your braking system, it also tends to be one of the most neglected fluids in the entire vehicle. For example, Audi recommends that you have an Audi service center change your brake fluid every two years regardless of mileage. Read More 

Tips To Prolong The Life Of Your Brakes

3 October 2016
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Your brakes are the most importance safety feature on your car, so it's vital that you keep them in good working order. Knowing how to maintain your brakes along with proper usage to avoid damage is the key to safe braking. The following tips can help you prolong the safe working life of your brakes. Tip #1: Check and replace fluid The brake fluid in your car will eventually get dirty from repeated use. Read More 

FAQ About A State Inspection For A Car

8 August 2016
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Did you recently purchase a car for the first time in your life? It is important for you to know that a state inspection might be required for the vehicle. Basically, a state inspection is done to make sure the vehicle is safe enough to be driven and won't put you at risk for causing an accident. This article covers a few of the questions that you might have about getting a state inspection for your car. Read More 

Brake Forensics 101: 3 Brakes Issues to Know for Repairs

28 July 2016
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After you've been in a car crash, it's to your advantage to have brake forensics done to determine if brake issues were at fault for your crash. Here are some of the common types of brake issues that an auto repair technician will look at.  Friction Fade Friction fade occurs when the brake's surface is worn down so much that it doesn't cause enough friction to get the car to stop. Read More 

Tips For Towing Efficiently

11 May 2016
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If you have decided to tow something, you might worry about getting the vehicle or all of your personal possessions to the correct place without anything being damaged. Here are some tips for making sure that your towing process is as smooth and efficient as possible. 1. Keep Sixty Percent of the Weight Near the Front Your first step is to load the car. If you are not towing another vehicle and are instead towing a trailer that is filled with your personal possessions or some other item, you need to make sure that you load it correctly. Read More