Warmer temperatures are here, and the hotter weather can make it a challenge to keep your semi running smoothly. If you are an over the road truck driver, or you put a lot of miles on throughout the day, it won't always be convenient to get to a semi repair shop. For this reason, you should always inspect your semi-truck before your next run. Here are three things on your truck that you should inspect on a regular basis in hotter weather. [Read More]
3 Things You Should Know About Your Vehicle's Brakes
When it comes to your vehicle, eventually you will need both maintenance and repairs. Keeping up with all of your car or truck's needs can feel a little overwhelming at times. However, it's important to be knowledgeable about your vehicle's needs; not paying attention can mean expensive repairs down the road. Your brakes are one component of your vehicle that you cannot ignore. Failure to maintain or repair your brakes can be dangerous. [Read More]
What Are The Dangers Of Driving With A Cracked Windshield?
If you have a crack in your windshield, you may be wondering if you really need to have it repaired. It is strongly recommended that you have a windshield crack filled or the windshield replaced as soon as possible. This is because there are dangers associated with driving around with a cracked windshield that has not been filled or repaired. Here are a few of those dangers: The Crack May Impair Your Line of Vision [Read More]
About To Hit 100,000 Miles? 3 Auto Repairs To Look Out For
Auto repair is something that every car or truck owner should be prepared for. It's a given part of owning a vehicle. At some point or another, repairs will be needed. Auto repair also becomes more likely the longer it's been driven. The average age of vehicles on the road is now 11.6 years. This means that more drivers than ever are hitting that 100,000 mile mark and beyond. Here are three auto repairs to look out for after a car hits 100,000 miles. [Read More]