Four Reasons You Should Not Skip A Tire Rotation

As a car owner, there is so much routine maintenance that you need to keep up with that it can be easy to overlook some things or believe that certain routine maintenance is more important than others. One of these auto shop services include tire rotations. Not many car owners are aware of the importance of it. Here are four reasons it should not be skipped: Each Tire Wears Differently: The most important reason you need to get your tires rotated is because each tire wears differently.

Have A Truck With No Air Conditioning And A Bad Odor? What To Do

If there is a foul odor in your commercial truck and the air conditioning isn't working like it usually does, it's time to get the vehicle looked at. Even if you think you can drive without the air conditioning, if there is another problem with the vehicle, you don't want to risk driving the vehicle and making the problem worse. You also don't want the vehicle to break down and leave you stranded on the side of the road.

Are You Taking Care Of Your Car's Belts And Hoses?

Although the belts and hoses are crucial to a car's operations, they are often not thought of until they malfunction. When that happens, there is a good chance that another component is damaged. To help you protect your car's belts and hoses, here is what you need to know. Why Are the Belts and Hoses Important? The belts are part of a pulley system that helps to power various systems in your car.

Understanding A Transmission Fluid Leak Issue

Most people understand the vehicles have a number of fluids that need to be changed or replaced over time. Evaporation, small pinhole leaks, and degradation of the fluid are all reasons why a bit of new fluid may need to be poured in each reservoir. While this is true, you may notice that you need to add more and more fluid to the transmission fluid reservoir. Keep reading to learn why this may be the case.

3 Questions to Ask When Replacing Car Glass

More than ever, fixing car glass that's smashed or cracked is a simple repair. However, to ensure the replacement work will be durable and last, asking these questions is recommended. What Glass Will Be Used? As long as there's new glass on the car, it might not even occur to you that you should ask any questions about the type of auto glass the technician will be installing. However, you should know that the new glass could be different from the glass that you previously had on your car.