Administrator Thursday, 25 April 2013 00:00
It's spring cleaning time! That should extended to your car as well. Regular vehicle maintenance may include a transmission fluid change, just like replacing the coolant in your radiator or a basic oil change. Regular transmission service, typically every 24,000 miles or at least every two years, can help you avoid more costly repairs down the road. Some vehicle manufacturers may recommend longer service intervals, up to between 50,000-100,000 miles. However, these longer intervals are a disadvantage, as minor problems may not be identified early on and they can turn into a major transmission repair.
Is there a difference between "Transmission Fluid Change" and "Transmission Flush?"
Administrator Thursday, 18 April 2013 00:00
Are you tired of the continual hassle of tire repair, worrying about being stranded by the side of the road? If so, it's time to go shopping for tires. If this isn't your first time, you know it can be overwhelming as there are so many brands and types to choose from. As you make your choice, consider your style of driving, and what is best for your particular vehicle, rather than the tires that are the most widely advertised, or that are the most expensive.