Tips To Give Your Tires A Fresh Start This Spring

20 February 2019
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Winter is the hardest season of the year as far as wear and tear on your vehicle is concerned. That said, the first days of spring are the perfect time to give your vehicle a full inspection and make sure everything is in solid shape for the warm weather joyrides that will be in your future. One particular area of your vehicle you'll want to pay close attention to after a long winter is your tires. Read More 

3 Things You Should Know When It Comes Buying A Car With A Clutch

21 November 2018
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Are you in the market for a brand new vehicle? Have you always enjoyed driving a car with a manual transmission? If so, you may be considering buying a vehicle that has a clutch. Since these kinds of vehicles are becoming harder to find, there are some things you should know when it comes to buying a car with a clutch. 1. Know What Kind of Vehicles Still Come with Clutches Read More 

Reasons Your Car’s Paint Will Peel And Avoid Or Fix It

21 November 2018
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According to Bankrate, the average cost to have your car repainted is anywhere from $300 to $900 for a basic repaint to anywhere from $1000 to $3500 or more if you want to achieve an amazing finished product. One of the main reasons why vehicle owners decide to invest in a new paint job is because the current finish on their car is peeling, cracking, and chipping. Here are a few of the many reasons why your vehicle's paint will chip and peel, including hail damage, and how to prevent it from happening. Read More 

Preparing Your Car For Winter: What You Should Do

12 October 2018
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Winter is on the horizon and will be here before you know it. If you haven't began to prepare your car for those cold, snowy or icy days, you could be in trouble. Your car needs to be cared for no matter the season, but in winter, you need to take extra care, as your car will be exposed to some serious elements. Read on for tips to prepare your car for winter, including what you should keep in your car during the cold weather months. Read More 

3 Things You Should Know About The Diesel Particulate Filter On Your Vehicle

1 September 2018
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The diesel particulate filter, or DPF, on your vehicle is a device that is designed to capture soot and ash and to ensure that they don't leave your exhaust and get into the air. A DPF can help remove the vast majority of particles that come out of your exhaust, greatly reducing harmful emissions that leave your vehicle and get into the atmosphere #1 - DPFs Are Standard in Newer Vehicles Read More