Symptoms Telling You To Check Your Brakes

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The brakes on your car will need to be replaced and repaired from time to time. How do you know when it's time to take your car in to have your brakes looked at? Here, you'll find a few symptoms of bad brakes that tell you it's time to get the car in for repairs. Shimmying Steering Wheel When you press on your brake pedal, the car should begin to slow and come to a smooth stop.

25 September 2018

Commercial Fleet Management Tips To Consider

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Many commercial enterprises will need a fairly large fleet of vehicles to function. While this can be a necessity, it can also represent a sizable logistical challenge as managing and maintaining a large number of vehicles can quickly become an overwhelming responsibility if you are unprepared. Appreciate The Ways A Rigorous Fleet Management Program Can Benefit Your Enterprise It is a common situation for business owners to take a fairly hands-off approach when it comes to their vehicle fleet.

24 August 2018

How To Tell If Your Semi's Transmission Is Failing

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Owning your own transportation company can be a great way to generate income, but only if the trucks in your fleet remain in good working condition over time. Transmission troubles could sideline your semis for an extended period of time, so it's important that you are able to spot these transmission problems early and invest in the repairs needed to keep your trucks on the road. Here are three signs to be looking for as you monitor the condition of your semi's transmission in the future.

1 December 2017

A Vehicle Owner's Guide To Understanding Brake Calipers

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Brake calipers are the part of the brakes that connect the force on the brake pedal to the brake pads. This is done through hydraulic fluid within the actuators and the calipers used on both front and rear brakes. As a vehicle owner, it is normal to want to know more about brake calipers. When Are Brake Calipers Needed? Calipers are found on cars that use disc brakes. The majority of vehicles have them on the front wheels, and many also now have them on the rear wheels.

11 August 2016

3 Maintenance Tasks To Help Your Car Deal With Extreme Heat And Avoid Overheating

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The summer heat means that cars get a lot of extra wear do to the heat. Just like you may be overwhelmed by heatwaves, the same thing can happen to your car without proper care. Since most cars are air cooled with fans and radiators, modern commutes in traffic can compound these problems. To avoid these problems, maintenance like flushing the coolant and checking auxiliary fans can help reduce the potential for overheating problems.

2 August 2016

Four Commonly Heard Misconceptions About Maintaining A Foreign Car

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There are a few common misconceptions out there about foreign vehicles. If you fall under the influence of any of these misconceptions, it could cause you to spend more than you need to on vehicle maintenance or pay for service from mechanics that aren't qualified to work on your car. The following are four of the most common misconceptions about maintaining a vehicle produced by an overseas manufacturer:  Foreign vehicles require more costly maintenance than domestic vehicles.

26 July 2016

Tips For Inspecting Your Chimney Before Winter

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With the end of summer approaching, it's the perfect time to start prepping your chimney for the winter season ahead. If this is the first pre-season inspection you've done, you might not know what you should be looking for. You can't always see the problems just by glancing at the chimney, so there are a few things you should be aware of.  Look At The Mortar The mortar holds the bricks of your chimney together.

20 July 2016