The Pros and Cons of Doing Your Own Brake Repair

The Pros and Cons of Doing Your Own Brake Repair

In case you have the know-how to do your own brake work, the do-it-yourself approach to replacing brake pads and rotors on your car can is worth it. But be sure you know what’s wrong before getting started or you might get in serious trouble or death.   Modern brake...
What is Fleet Maintenance and Why You May Need It

What is Fleet Maintenance and Why You May Need It

Fleet maintenance is the process of keeping your vehicles operating in a good enough condition so that they are safe, reliable, and can stay on the road longer. Developing a preventative maintenance program is an integral part of managing a fleet and helps businesses...
Ways to Fix Your Car’s AC

Ways to Fix Your Car’s AC

Having your car’s air conditioning go out can wear out your day fast. The causes of broken air conditioning are generally compressor issues or leaks. In case your air is blowing cool but not cold, the problem may be a leaky filter, cooling fan problem, radiator...
How to Fix a Broken Tail Light

How to Fix a Broken Tail Light

You can replace taillights, but, if you have time available, it can be time-intensive. Depending upon the effort, the tail light fix can be easy and fast. Still, if you’re able, there’s no other method but replacing the taillights. You can fix any cracks...
How to Check your Tire Pressure

How to Check your Tire Pressure

1. START WITH COLD TIRES IF POSSIBLE  Vehicle manufacturers specify PSI per sq inch” of pressure from a cold tire. Tires are considered cold when the vehicle has been parked for 3 hours or longer, or if the vehicle has been driven less than one mile (1.6 km) at medium...
How to Properly Changing your Oil

How to Properly Changing your Oil

Changing your oil is a simple task in most cases, but there are a few important areas that you should keep in mind. By following these 10 oils changing advice, your oil change will go down fast and not clogged.   Cool Your Jets. Practice wrenching and using rubber...