Three Types Of Windshield Damage And What To Do About Them

5 October 2016
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If you've seen DIY windshield repair kits, you may wonder if they're actually as great as they claim and what sorts of windshield damage they can repair. The truth is that while they aren't totally useless, they are no substitute for a good auto shop in most cases. Here are three types of windshield damage commonly sustained and the best treatment solutions. 1. Shallow damage Whether you got something caught in your windshield wiper that then scraped across the windshield and damaged the outer layer of plastic or the tough outer layer was damaged by an uncareful car washer, it's always a sad day when a blemish shows up on your otherwise perfect windshield. Read More 

Trying Your Hand At Your Own Auto Maintenance? 3 Safety Tips You Should Follow

25 August 2016
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If you just bought your first car, it's a good idea to familiarize yourself with its maintenance schedule. The first thing you should do is read your owner's manual, particularly the maintenance schedule. Missing maintenance appointments could put your vehicle at risk for mechanical breakdown. If you've decided to take care of the maintenance for yourself, you should make sure you take some appropriate safety precautions before you begin. Here are three safety tips you should follow when working on your car. Read More 

Corroded Battery Terminals? You Can Replace Them Yourself

9 August 2016
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If you're checking under the hood of your vehicle one day and notice that the battery terminals — the metal brackets on the ends of two cables that attach to the battery — are corroded, it's important to take action. One option is to take your vehicle to an auto repair shop and have a mechanic replace the terminals for you. Another option is to tackle this project yourself, which isn't overly difficult and won't cost you much money. Read More 

Preparing To Have Your Trailer Verified

27 July 2016
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To allow the trailer verification process to proceed as smoothly as possible, you will need to know what is expected of you and whether you are required to even have your particular trailer inspected. Once your trailer has been verified, you are then able to have it registered.  The Verification Process All trailers are checked for a VIN. Then, the VIN must be physically verified against all supporting paperwork. If the trailer does not have a VIN, it will need to be assigned a new VIN. Read More 

Auto Service 101: What A Solenoid Is, What It Does, And How To Recognize When It Needs Repair Or Replacement

11 May 2016
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There are so many components to the typical gas engine that help it go. The engine alone is not enough to make your vehicle move, nor is the battery, the gas, or the ignition. In fact, if you are just learning about cars and trucks right now, you may be surprised to learn about all of the parts that get your vehicle started and keep it moving. One such part that is not often talked about is the solenoid. Read More