May is Motorcycle Awareness Month and it is important to stay educated on motorcycle safety, whether you ride or not. While driving, it is vital to share the road with motorcyclists and treat them as you would any other motor vehicle. Be sure to keep an eye out for riders at intersections and in the…Details
Spring is the best time to get everything organized and cleaned up from Winter’s gloom! You clean your house both inside and out, and this time of the year is one of the prime times for auto maintenance! You can take out the snow shovel, gloves, and heavy boots from your trunk and store them…Details
There are a couple of common problems that occur when dealing with automatic transmissions, including fluid leaks and low fluid levels. You may notice a puddle of transmission fluid, often red in color, on your garage floor or driveway. If you don’t notice that, you may feel the transmission is slow to engage a drive…Details
This vehicle came to us with a customer complaint of a coolant leak. During the customer interview process, the customer informed us the vehicle had been involved in an accident a few months ago. Our inspection revealed the previous repairer had not repaired all the damage. The radiator was bent, as can be seen in…Details
Have you tried turning the heat on in your car but it continues to blow cold air by the time you reach your destination? There are many ways a car heater can fail, but this specific problem can be attributed to two basic causes: either coolant isn’t flowing through the heater core or air from…Details
Winter is here…or at least it’s on its way! This is about the time when temperatures take a big dip, meaning frigid mornings. For those getting up and leaving the house, getting to your car in the cold can be miserable. To alleviate this type of discomfort, many people usually leave their vehicle running for…Details
Examine your tread! Your tires are one of the most important components of your vehicle. Worn tires may compromise your handling, accelerating and braking during winter driving conditions. The more tread depth you have on your tires the better. The amount of traction your tires provide will keep you safe on the road. If you’re…Details
Automotive safety has evolved from just seatbelts and lighting to digital safety features that can help drivers avoid collisions. Vehicles today are among the safest in history, contributing to overall annual decreases in crash-related fatalities and injuries. Automakers continue to offer and increasing range of safety technologies which can cause drivers to struggle to stay…Details
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Later-model vehicles typically have a great feature that cleans/filters the air that comes into the interior called a cabin filter. Cabin filters trap dust, pollen, and other airborne diseases, helping those with allergy and/or other respiratory problems. In addition to the cabin filter, your car has an air filter specifically for the engine that requires…Details