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Signs Your Car Has A Blown Head Gasket

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If your car has started acting sluggish whenever you drive it, you may wonder if there is something wrong with your engine. If so, look for the following signs that your car has a blown head gasket, which is the sealer that separates the coolant from sensitive parts of your motor, as well as from other fluids such as the oil. Car Misfires When You Start It One sign to look for when trying to determine whether your car has a blown head gasket can be detected when you first start up your car.

3 October 2018

How To Ensure Your Truck Has Plenty Of Power

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Truck repair can be costly and can cause real delays for work or getting the kids off to school. Make sure it is well powered and always be ready to jump into action with the following tips. Tires Make sure you have good tires on your truck. Check that you have good tread all the way around all of the tyres. Good grip on the road means you are less likely to have any kind of accident.

2 October 2018

Is Your Transmission Safe To Drive On?

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Many drivers will check their tires, fuel, coolant and most other things in their car before they set off in the morning. One thing that is almost always overlooked is the transmission. The transmission is one of those parts of a car that many drivers don't know exist, and others just assume that nothing could possibly go wrong as far as the transmission is concerned. Unfortunately, this misconception means that a lot of drivers are moving around with transmission systems that are not safe to drive on.

2 October 2018

4 Quick Fixes You Should Know In Order To Take Care Of Your Car

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As a vehicle owner, it is helpful to know a few quick fixes for taking care of your car. Being able to take care of the little things when they go wrong with your car can help you avoid bigger problems. It can also save you from having to go to the mechanic for simple issues you can take care of on your own, and reserve your mechanic time and money for when you really need some help.

2 October 2018

Why Take Your Luxe Car To A Specialty Mechanic?

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Owning a BMW or other expensive vehicle means you have an investment worth protecting. You want your car to last for many years, and while your luxury or imported car may be able to be serviced at any mechanic, you may want to choose a specialist instead. Here are reasons why you should consider a specialty mechanic for your luxe car. The investment in shopping around until you find a mechanic you can trust is worth it.

2 October 2018

Tips For Truck Performance Tuning

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When most vehicles leave the factory, their performance has been throttled in many different ways, resulting in vehicles that are not as powerful as they could be. For the standard consumer, this might be enough. However, there are others who will want to get as much as their trucks are able to offer, and there is a way of getting this. The solution, of course, is custom tuning of the vehicle.

2 October 2018

OEM Vs Aftermarket Windshields

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If you're looking for a replacement windshield, you'll have to choose between aftermarket glass and OEM glass, which is also known as factory glass. OEM, or original equipment manufactured glass, is glass that's made by the same company that manufactured the windshield that was originally used on your car. Aftermarket glass, on the other hand, is made by other manufacturers who have no affiliation with the cars manufacturers. However, these two options are far from equal.

2 October 2018

How To Choose The Best Tires For Your Car

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Tires can be the difference between your car performing at its peak and an acceptable, or even sub-par, performance. Although there are many different tires that you can choose for your vehicle, not all tires are built the same. Some will not even be right for your vehicle or the weather. It's important to know what kind of tires will be good for your vehicle, since you won't want to buy tires more than once in a three or four-year period.

2 October 2018

Do You Qualify For IRP-Apportioned Plates?

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Semitrucks serve an important purpose when it comes to transporting products across the country. Many shipping companies own and operate semitrucks in multiple states. Some trucks even cross through many states during each delivery run. Commercial vehicles are subject to fees that can vary from one state to the next. To help streamline the transportation of commercial goods, states have entered into an International Registration Plan (IRP) agreement. This agreement allows commercial vehicles with the appropriate plates to cross state borders with ease.

2 October 2018

Think Your Car Is Having Transmission Problems? 3 Signs To Watch Out For

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If your car is not driving right, this could be due to many things. One thing that can cause problems is the transmission. This part is important for the entire car to run well. Fortunately, there are many signs you can watch out for to know that the transmission needs to be repaired. Below are three of these signs to help you get started. Car Making Weird Noises You will hear weird noises coming from your car if the transmission is having problems.

2 October 2018