The Common Causes of Power Steering Failure

Posted on: 3 April 2018

It is important for every motorist to know what can go wrong with the power steering system so that the car owner can take steps to reduce the likelihood that those factors will compromise the power steering system of his or her car. This article discusses some of the common issues which can result in power steering failure. Fluid Loss Most vehicles currently have power steering systems that rely on hydraulic power to function. [Read More]

What Are Some of the Mistakes People Make When Caring for Automatic Transmissions?

Posted on: 29 November 2016

Any moving part in any machine carries a risk of failure. The more complex the machine, the more care and maintenance it will need. The automatic transmission in your vehicle is probably the most complex component of the whole car. It stands to reason therefore, that you should pay attention to its maintenance. What are some of the biggest mistakes people make when it comes to protecting the transmission's longevity? [Read More]

Should You Get an Added or Extended Warranty on Your Car?

Posted on: 6 October 2016

When you buy a new or used car from a dealership, you may be offered an added or extended warranty. While you don't want to pay for anything you may not actually need when it comes to your car, this doesn't mean that an additional warranty is a waste of money. Note a few factors to consider that can help you determine if you should invest in that added or extended warranty for any car. [Read More]

Helping You Keep Your Car Air Conditioner Running in Tiptop Shape All Through the Year

Posted on: 25 July 2016

Air conditioning is no longer only for high-end, luxury cars. These days, almost every new car model comes with air-conditioning as a standard feature. Besides making sure to take your car's air conditioner for annual service, there are other things you can do to avoid cases of AC failure during the year. Run your AC regularly Naturally, you might reason that it is prudent to turn off your car's AC system during the cold days, but that is not the way to go, as stopping your use of the AC system for lengthy periods can culminate in wear of seals and gaskets and also faster loss of refrigerant. [Read More]