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What Does it Mean When Your Car Won’t Start?

Nearly everyone has sat behind the wheel of their vehicle, turned the key and came to the sad realization that the car won’t start. Luckily, if it does happen to you, there are usually only a few problems that can cause your vehicle to refuse to start. It’s important to know the difference between these […]

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Warning Signs that your Vehicle has a Damaged Alternator

The alternator might be the most important component in your vehicle. Sure, the battery powers the electrical components of your vehicle, but with a non-functioning or damaged alternator the battery will become drained much more quickly. While the vehicle’s engine is running, the alternator charges the battery supply and adds additional power to the vehicle’s […]

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Windshield Chips and Cracks Can Become Costly Damage when Ignored

Windshield chips and cracks can happen at any time when you’re behind the wheel. The most common cause of this type of vehicle damage are rocks and pieces of metal debris flung from the tires of other vehicles. Unfortunately, these windshield chips and cracks are unavoidable, even for the most experienced drivers but knowing how […]

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Preventative Maintenance can Keep your Vehicle on the Road Longer

The average vehicle lifespan is 13 to 17 years, and as a vehicle ages, its chances of a roadside breakdown continue to increase. Luckily, just like our own aging process, there are steps that can be taken to ensure a long and healthy life. Beginning a preventative maintenance program can be especially important as your […]

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Performing a fluid change

How Maintaining Car Fluids Will Keep You Driving Longer

In order to keep your vehicle running at peak performance, it’s important to check your fluid levels regularly. Checking your vehicle’s fluid levels is simple and easy, but there are many considerations to take into account that you may not know about. In this blog, we go over different car fluids, what they do for […]

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Car Battery

Everything You Need to Know about Your Car’s Battery

Forgetting about car battery maintenance can be a costly mistake. A dead battery can leave you stranded on the side of the road or worse.  In this blog, we’ll go over what your battery does for your vehicle, warning signs it might be nearing the end of its lifecycle, and what to keep in mind […]

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vehicle with minor dents and scratches from hailstorm

How to Fix Vehicle Dents and Scratches at Home

Accidents happen all the time. It’s nearly impossible to own a vehicle and not notice the minor dents and scratches that have accumulated over its lifetime. That’s why it’s important to have the right equipment on hand when accidents do happen. With just a few everyday household items, you’ll be able to repair minor cosmetic […]

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Vehicle's check engine light turned on

Common Reasons Your Vehicle’s Check Engine Light Is On

A vehicle’s check engine light can be a mystery. One moment, your vehicle is driving fine, and the next, the check engine light turns on. What does it mean? The vehicle is still driving fine, so it must not be anything to worry about, right? Well, that’s not always the case, but many people are […]

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Oil Change

The Warnings Signs that Your Car Needs an Oil Change

Over time, your vehicle’s parts will begin to wear down. Whether it’s your tires, suspension, or even windshield wiper blades, your vehicle needs proper maintenance to continue performing at the highest level. To keep your engine running efficiently, one of the most important aspects of your routine vehicle maintenance should be regularly replacing your vehicles […]

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Windshield Wiper Blades

How to Find the Right Windshield Wiper Blades for Your Vehicle and Replace Them Yourself

It’s easy to underestimate exactly how important proper visibility is while driving. Proper windshield wiper maintenance is an area many vehicle owners don’t consider regularly, and it’s easy to forget living in areas that might only require the use of the vehicle’s wiper blades one or two times a month. The simple fact is, you […]

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