Monthly Archives: August 2019

Does Your Muffler Need to Be Replaced?

Have you ever heard a car drive by that is so loud you want to plug your ears? Did you wonder at the time what caused that annoying sound? Well, there’s a good chance it was a bad muffler. When a muffler isn’t working right, that means there’s something wrong with your vehicle’s exhaust system. So if you’ve noticed your car, truck, crossover, or SUV getting louder lately, you might want to check the muffler. Your exhaust system, like every other system, is a very important part of your vehicle. If it’s not functioning properly your vehicle isn’t going to function properly, either. And if you don’t take care of the issues quickly, they could get worse. And that can lead to even more problems, greater damage, and more expensive repairs. So if you notice any trouble signs with your muffler get them taken care of right away. What to Look for There are some obvious signs to look out for if your muffler is having any problem ... read more

What Is the 30-60-90 Maintenance Plan?

Have you ever heard the term “30-60-90 maintenance schedule?” What about the “factory schedule maintenance plan?” These terms are basically the same thing. And they both refer to the auto maintenance schedule that car manufacturers recommend for your vehicle. The reason the schedule includes these three numbers is simple. Most car manufacturers recommend this service every 30,000 miles. So now that you know what the 30-60-90-maintenance plan is, you might wonder how important it is. Don’t Skip Your 30-60-90 Maintenance Some drivers don’t give this scheduled maintenance plan much thought. In fact, some drivers ignore it altogether. But this factory scheduled maintenance plan is actually very important. It’s not just a suggestion. It’s also not an attempt by the dealership where you bought your car to trick you out of more money. There are actually two very good reasons to follow this plan closely. 1. First, sticking to ... read more

How to Fix a Flat Tire

Have you ever been stuck somewhere with a flat tire? You walk out to drive your car and one of the tires is toast. It’s even worse when you’re driving and your tire suddenly goes flat. Unfortunately, flat tires are a part of owning a car. Tires are made super durable, but if you run over a nail, you’re most likely going to get a flat. That’s why it’s a good to know how to fix a flat. At some point, almost everyone will have to fix a flat – especially if they don’t have a spare tire – at least once in their lifetime. So here’s what you need to know if you end up with a flat tire. Using a Tire Plug Kit The first thing you’re going to need is a tire plug kit. Once you have this you’re ready to fix your flat. 1. Find the Leak - The next step is to locate the leak. This is often very easy if the nail or other object that caused the leak is still stuck in the tire. If you can’t find anything stuck in yo ... read more

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