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5 Habits For A Longer-Lasting Car

It takes more than just setting up a yearly maintenance appointment to keep your car running at its best. You must perform some DIY car maintenance on your own if you want to identify small problems early and fix them before they grow into larger issues. In this article, we've rounded up seven of our maintenance tips, which you can do on your own. Take a read, and keep them in mind if you want a longer-lasting vehicle. #1. Clean Interior Let's start with something simple. Maintaining ... read more

What to Do When Your Engine Overheats

Car engines can overheat for a myriad of reasons. They generally do so because there is an issue with the cooling system, and heat cannot escape the engine. You should address an overheating engine immediately. The following are things you can do when your engine overheats: Switch Off The Engine The first thing you should consider doing when your engine overheats is turning it off. Pull over and switch off the engine. Allow the engine to cool for about fifteen minutes. If you can, call roads ... read more

What is The Difference Between Brake Pads and Brake Shoes?

When your braking system is working correctly, you probably take it for granted. However, the braking system is one of the most vital parts of your vehicle, and it keeps you and others safe. You need to know enough about your braking system to ensure it is working properly. One fact to fathom is the difference between brake pads and brake shoes. Though they are different, they perform the same task. Read on to find out the difference between brake pads and shoes. Brake Pads vs. Brake Shoes: De ... read more

Signs That Mean Your Car Battery Is Dying

A car battery is an important component of your vehicle. It provides a way for you to start the engine, recharge the battery and keep your car connected when you're on the road. But just like any other part of your car, a dying car battery can cause problems. Here are five signs that your car battery is dying: Trouble starting: When your car won't start, it could be a sign that your battery is dying. If your car is older, it could be time to upgrade to a new one. If it has been sitting ... read more

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