Top Reasons Your Vehicle May Not Drive Smoothly

Have you been experiencing a bumpy ride recently? When things aren’t as smooth as they should be, you might want to consider possible automotive problems. Excessive rumbling, bumping, wobbling, or vibrating is a sign of potential trouble. There are several factors that could be contributing to the issue including tire problems, suspension problems, transmission problems,…

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Locked Out by a Dead Key Fob

If you have a vehicle with keyless entry and keyless ignition, have you ever considered how you would start your car in the event that the key fob dies? If this ever happens, you’ve got a few options. Take a closer look at your key fob – many of them hide a temporary, pull-out key…

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Time to Spring Clean Your Vehicle!

Spring is just around the corner and it is the perfect time for auto maintenance. Some preparation now will help ensure that your summer driving plans go smoothly. ASE offers the following tips to “spring clean” your vehicle! Read the owner’s manual and follow the recommended service schedules. Have hard starts, rough idling, stalling, etc.…

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Top 10 Most Common Vehicle Repairs

Changing the oil and oil filter, replacing wiper blades and air filters, and scheduled maintenance top the list of the 10 most common vehicle repairs. According to research conducted by IMR Inc., an industry leader in automotive research, the top 10 most common vehicle repairs performed by vehicle owners and their trusted repair shops are: Oil/oil…

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Winter Driving Advice

Severe weather can make driving not only frightening, but dangerous as well. Preparing yourself and your car for winter driving conditions is one way to stay safe on the snow and ice covered roads, but you should also know when to stay off the roads completely. How to Plan a Winter Drive If you do…

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Latest Auto Advancements to be Thankful for

Thanksgiving is officially over, however there are plenty of auto advancements to be thankful for! NOKIAN HAKKAPELIITTA 9 These tires are equipped with steel stud implants designed to break up ice-covered roads! While small, they do an excellent job of gripping the road and braking due to their Y-shaped spike design. DO NOT DISTURB MODE…

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