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Taking Great Care Of Your Car

When it comes right down to it, the length of time that your car actually lasts comes down to a few simple things: which car you choose and how well you take care of it. Unfortunately, most people discount the amount of effort that it takes to keep a car in tip-top shape, which is why so many cars break down frequently. I wanted to create a new blog all about how to take care of your car, so I started up this website. Read more on this blog about how to prevent problems, ways to keep your car in top condition, and how to save money on repairs.

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TLC For Your Heavy Duty Brakes
21 October 2018

Semi trucks need access to functional brakes at al

4 Things You Can Do To Extend The Lifespan Of Your Tires
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Whether your tires are brand new or they have been

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TLC For Your Heavy Duty Brakes

Semi trucks need access to functional brakes at all times. Because a semi itself weighs more than a passenger vehicle, these large trucks rely on air-actuated brakes rather than the hydraulic brakes found in passenger cars. Brake maintenance is critical to the performance of a semi. Faulty brakes could result in fines from the Department of Transportation. Brakes that are not working efficiently could also result in serious injury. Give your heavy duty brakes the attention they need to remain in good condition. Read More 

4 Things You Can Do To Extend The Lifespan Of Your Tires

Whether your tires are brand new or they have been on your vehicle for a couple of years, it makes sense to take steps to extend the lifespan of their tread. Tire lifespan in part depends on the brand of the tire. When treated correctly, you can expect most normal tires to last approximately 60,000 miles. Extended wear tires may last up to 70,000 miles.  However, there are a couple of other components that influence the lifespan of your tires: your driving habits and the maintenance you complete on your tires. Read More