4 Top Signs Your Car's AC System Needs Servicing

Posted on: 21 May 2019

Imagine yourself taking a drive during a hot afternoon only to realise that your AC system is not functioning. If you're used to using your AC system, the drive will generally be unbearable. Therefore, you should make sure that your car's AC system is in good condition to avoid such inconvenience, especially when the summer heat is at its peak. The best part about your AC system is that it will not just fail indefinitely. [Read More]

Why You Need a Mobile Mechanic, Even When Times Are Good

Posted on: 28 December 2018

Are you the type of person who is reactive rather than proactive? You may feel that you are so busy on a daily basis that you don't have time to anticipate issues and instead only get around to them when you have to. Of course, this is not the ideal situation because you may have to solve problems that have become much worse than they would ordinarily have been, and this can only be a bad thing in terms of cost and time. [Read More]

Malfunctioning Auto Parts That Should Have You Seeking Immediate Vehicle Repairs

Posted on: 10 December 2018

If you have been a motorist for a significant number of years, you may not be quick to seek vehicle repairs when your car starts to act up. Granted, there are an array of issues that can crop up and be handled via DIY maintenance. However, there are alternative problems that should never be addressed by an amateur as you could be putting your car's operation at risk as well as your safety and that of other motorists. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why Your Car's AC Has Weak Airflow and How to Fix It

Posted on: 4 October 2018

The temperatures are getting warmer, and pretty soon, it will be close to unbearable to travel in a car without a sound air conditioning system. The problem with car ACs is that they do not just break down one day, the process is generally slow, and if you are not keen, you may not realise it is happening. One of the strongest indicators that your car's AC is falling apart is weak airflow. [Read More]