Understanding Vehicle Maintenance Services

The Dumper Trailer Guide To Help Choose The Right Features At The Right Price

If you need a dump trailer to get work done, there a lot of choices of trailers and features that you may want. You want to consider the axles, height of the rails, and operation of hydraulics that power the dumping feature. More features that you do not need will cost more, and if you have a budget to work with you will want to invest in just the features you need. Read More 

Diagnostic Strategies For Intermittent Engine Problems

Some of the worst engine problems are those that only appear intermittently. You notice a problem, but it disappears before you even take your car to the mechanics. The following tips should help you diagnose such problems. Establish a Pattern The best thing you can do for the diagnosis is to establish a pattern for the problems. How long does it take before the problem reoccurs? What is the weather like when the problem occurs? Read More 

Pinning Down That Troublesome Vibration

Mechanics see customers complaining of vehicle vibrations on an almost daily basis. When your car is vibrating, it indicates trouble, but the source isn't always easy to pin down. Although mechanics are highly skilled in finding the underlying cause of vibrations (and many other problems), it is still helpful to have as much information as possible when you bring your car to the shop. The more data you can provide to your mechanic, the more quickly they will be able to locate the problem and get you on your way. Read More 

The 3 Most Common Early Signs Of An Automotive Brake Problem

Brake problems are one of the most common issues car owners face. Thankfully, most brake system repairs are relatively simple and inexpensive to have done. However, if you ignore the early signs of a brake problem, it can lead to much more expensive repairs or even a tragic accident. To avoid unnecessary repair bills or accidents, it's important you know the three most common early signs of a brake system problem. Read More 

Tire Patching: Is It Worth It?

You can repair or replace a tire. Repairing it typically costs less, but there is a third option: patching. Patching costs the least of these, and it is similar to repair in that it fixes the tire and makes it usable again. However, a patch may not last as long as a repair, which begs the question, Is it worth it? The following info on tire patching will let you decide for yourself. Read More