Tips For Avoiding Expensive Repairs In A Diesel Pickup Truck

Posted on: 10 August 2018

People choose to purchase diesel pickup trucks for a number of reasons. Diesel pickup trucks typically have much better fuel economy, can tow more weight, and can last longer than gasoline-powered pickups when they are properly cared for. But, owning a diesel pickup truck also comes with some challenges. If you don't properly maintain a diesel pickup truck, you can be stuck with some very expensive truck repairs. If you're purchasing a diesel pickup truck, use the following tips to maintain your truck and avoid costly repairs: [Read More]

Roadside Assistance To The Rescue

Posted on: 5 November 2017

Were you ever locked out of your vehicle because of a lost or broken car key? Ever got a flat tire and your spare couldn't be changed because a nut was broken and could not be removed? These events can leave you stranded, frustrated and overwhelmed. But there's hope!  With roadside assistance, you can alleviate such mishaps and save yourself some frustration. What does it offer? Roadside assistance is provided to drivers when they encounter any difficulties with their vehicle on the road. [Read More]

What Not To Do When You're Locked Out Of Your Car

Posted on: 26 June 2017

When you're locked out of your car, it can be tough to know what to do. Avoiding these common mistakes can help you avoid making the situation worse than it already is. 1. Try to Break in Yourself Your first instinct could be to try to pry your car door open or to break a window so that you can get in. However, getting into your car without the right equipment or know-how can be harder than you think, and there is a good chance that you will damage your car in the process. [Read More]

4 Tips For Determining Whether Or Not Your Car Needs New Disc Brake Pads

Posted on: 21 January 2016

If your car is not stopping properly when you apply the brakes, the problem could be that your disc brake pads have become worn or tattered. If this is the case, you may need new brake pads. Use the following four tips to determine whether or not you need to have them replaced. Pay Attention To Any Strange Noises When You Apply Your Brakes When you apply your brakes while coming to a complete stop, pay attention to any strange noises that they make. [Read More]