Dashing Through The Snow? Spare Parts To Have In Your Trunk When You're Taking A Winter Road Trip

Posted on: 11 September 2018
If you're going to be doing a lot of traveling this winter, it's time to get your car prepared for the adventure. The first thing you need to do is get an oil change on your car. You'll need to change to a winter-grade oil so that your engine doesn't get all gummed up when your summer-grade oil thickens up on you. The next thing you'll need to do is stop by the tire shop and have winter snow tires installed on your car.
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Troubleshooting Common Causes Of Vehicle Vibrations

Posted on: 7 September 2018
If all of your vehicle's systems are in good condition, you shouldn't be able to feel the roughness of the road, and you definitely should not be feeling any sort of shaking while driving. However, these are two of the most common problems that can manifest in your car, since they can be caused by different types of wear and damage to multiple different systems within your vehicle. Understanding how to identify what is causing chronic vibrations while driving can help you fix the problem faster.
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3 Strong Signs Something Is Up With Your Vehicle's Brakes Lines

Posted on: 6 September 2018
Your vehicle's brakes are key to keeping you safe on the road. When your brakes start to go, you are no longer safe on the road. Your brakes are a complex system with many moving parts. There are lots of signs, other than the grinding of metal on metal, that your brakes may give you when they need a little service and attention. #1 No Resistance When You Put on Your Brakes
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Signs You Should Replace Your Truck's Shocks Before You Go Off-Roading

Posted on: 4 September 2018
If you enjoy taking your truck off-road, the stress and strain of driving over rocks, banks, and other rough terrains can take its toll on your shocks. Whenever you go out driving your truck, keep a lookout for the following signs that you should replace the shocks before your next outing. The Front End Nose Dives When You Hard Brake One of the first signs you may notice when your shocks are failing is the way your truck behaves when you hard brake to come to a complete stop.
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