Working With An Auto Body Repair Shop: What You Need To Know

17 September 2017
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No one walks out of their home in the morning or work in the afternoon and expects to be involved in a vehicle accidents. Collisions just happen, and they often happen when you least expect them to. If you have been an unfortunate victim of an accident and your vehicle has suffered damage that requires repair, then it is going to need a visit to an auto painting and  body repair shop. Read More 

Why You Should Have Your Brakes Serviced Before They Begin To Fail

9 September 2017
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Many motorists use the brakes on their vehicles liberally without regard for how quickly they will wear down. In other words, there are drivers who don't notice that their brake pads may need to be replaced until they're completely worn down and will need considerable work done on their brake systems. Sometimes you will know that you should take your car into an auto shop after your brakes begin to squeal when applied, or even after you find that you have to press extra hard on the brake pedal to get your vehicle to stop. Read More 

Car Window Problems: Causes And Fixes

3 September 2017
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Your windshield and the windows of your car are vital to the safety of the vehicle. Problems that seem small can become much larger if you ignore them. Taking the time once or twice a year to survey the state of your vehicle's windows is a good idea. Fall is a great time for this since many windshield problems become worse in winter if they aren't fixed. Problem: Small chips and cracks Read More 

What Happens When You Hit An Object With Your Car?

29 August 2017
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Sometimes, another car or person isn't the unintended target in your car accident. When you strike another object, here is what happens next: Property Liability Kicks In A good majority of accidents happen when one car hits another car, so you may be more familiar with the consequences of that kind of an accident. But your auto liability insurance also protects you in case you hit someone else's property, whether it's a vehicle or not. Read More 

How To Check A Vehicle’s Oxygen Sensor

19 August 2017
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A check engine light with a 'heater circuit malfunction' usually indicates a failed oxygen sensor in your vehicle. A failed oxygen sensor may also produce a weak idle, stalling, erratic jerking, and poor gas mileage. The oxygen sensor monitors the amount of fuel that enters the engine. Before you replace the sensor or schedule automotive repair, test it first to find out if it is the problem. Get Ready to Test the Sensor Read More