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Neglecting Fluid Checks

Neglecting Fluid Checks

It’s a common misconception that motor oil is the only fluid in the car that needs to be checked and changed. It’s true that motor oil is one of the more critical fluids in your vehicle but there are many other fluids in the car that should be checked, exchanged,...
Inspect the Brakes

Inspect the Brakes

It’s easy to ignore that squealing noise that comes from worn-down brakes. It is easy to convince yourself that the noise is coming from another car or that there is time to spare before you check. The truth is that the brakes are one of the most important components...
Skipping Oil Changes

Skipping Oil Changes

Motor oil and car engine technology has advanced so much over the years that, depending on the recommendations of your vehicle’s manufacturers, it may no longer be necessary to get an oil change every 3,000 miles – the average oil change interval is around 7,800 miles...
Don´t Ignore Checking your Tire Pressure

Don´t Ignore Checking your Tire Pressure

It is a common mistake to forget to check the air pressure in ones tires because, from the looks of it, the tires are properly inflated. Looks can be deceiving. Even when tires appear to be properly inflated, they could be low on air. While the tires may not blow out,...
Don’t Ignore the Check Engine Light

Don’t Ignore the Check Engine Light

It can be easy to ignore the Check Engine light. The light comes on and your car seems to be operating as it normally would and you might figure, “Well, everything seems fine, I’ll take care of it soon.” But other things come up, it gets put off, and one day your car...
Tire Myths

Tire Myths

Most of us know very little about tires – and a lot of what we think we know is flat wrong. Here are five commonly held myths about tires. 1. All-season tires have better wet-road grip than summer tires.Here’s the truth: An all-season tire trades wet-road...