Thursday, 10 January 2013 04:56
While it might seem old-fashioned, the end of the holiday season brings with it resolutions for the coming year. For many of us, the New Year presents a unique challenge as the economy continues to fight stubborn financial problems. Budgets are tight and, as a result, you may need to hold onto your current car a little longer than you expected. It's easy to overlook the small responsibilities as a vehicle owner, which of course, includes tire service.
We've listed three resolutions below to help ensure you've got the information you need to keep your car in top shape throughout 2013. After all, owning a car should be fun, not a hassle.
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Saturday, 29 December 2012 00:00
It doesn't take a driver with an engineering degree to figure out when something's just not right with the braking system of a vehicle. If you hear metal against metal, squealing or high-pitched screeching noises when you apply your brakes, these are typically the first signs that's something's wrong with your vehicle's brake rotors.
When you start to notice these symptoms, you typically want to find out where the noises are coming from and what might be causing them. Keep in mind that, in most cases, a persistent noise, even after the brakes have warmed up, indicates that a repair or brake replacement may be needed. To help determine whether the squealing noise is simply a nuisance or a sign of failing brake rotors, remember these basic facts: