Tranmission Woes? Save Some Dough On Repairs

Posted on: 27 January 2015

If the transmission on your car has gone out, or if you think its life is almost over, you need to start shopping around. The transmission is one of the most expensive components on the vehicle to repair, but if you shop around you may be able to save some cash. You don't have to go out and pay for a brand new transmission to be installed in the vehicle. Shop around and compare the cost of transmissions and labor to see if you can save, and consider these three things.
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Causes Of Premature And Irregular Tire Wear

Posted on: 22 January 2015

In an ideal situation, all your cars' tires would wear at the same rate. Unfortunately, there are things that cause your tires to wear not only unevenly, but also at a very fast rate. Here are three major causes of this kind of tire wear: Improper Inflation Properly inflating a tire helps to distribute the vehicle's load across all parts of the tire. Under-inflating or over-inflating a tire interferes with this load distribution, which means some parts of the tire have to bear more load than others.
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New Teen Driver In The House? Keep Your Mind At Ease With These Services

Posted on: 17 January 2015

If you're like most parents who have a teen that is ready to hit the road, you're probably pretty nervous about the prospect of an accident – and for good reason. Vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers in the United States. But you can help to protect your teen's precious life while they are behind the wheel with the help of these important services: A Safety Cell Phone App
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Creative, Powerful Ways To Market Your New Auto Repair Shop

Posted on: 14 January 2015

Have you decided to put your encyclopedic knowledge of  all things automotive to good use and open your own auto body shop? Welcome to the crowded club. Nearly 175,000 auto body shops dot the streets of the U.S. already – to put it in perspective, that's roughly 50,000 more auto shops than gas stations. How, then, as a new auto body shop proprietor, can you stake a claim in this cluttered market and get those leaky intake manifold gaskets and burnt-out ignition coils lined up outside your garage door?
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