Understanding Toe And Camber: Tire Alignment

In order for your car to function properly and for your tires to wear as they should, you need to make sure that your tires are in proper alignment. This alignment will vary somewhat depending on what kind of vehicle you drive. Still, if your tires get out of alignment, you may wear out your tires prematurely.  What Causes Tires to Get out of Alignment? Normal driving should not cause your tires to fall out of alignment, but hitting potholes, curbs, or other rough driving can. [Read More]

Why Towing Your Car To A Mechanic Should Be Done By A Professional

Did you decide to leave your stalled car on the side of the road until you can come back and get it? If you are now trying to find a friend or family member with a sufficient sizedvehicle to tow your car to a mechanic, you mind want to contact a towing company instead. Take a look at the information in this article to find out why you should hire a professional towing company to assist with your situation. [Read More]

Keep Your Automatic Transmission Running Smoothly

No vehicle owner wants to deal with an automatic transmission does that does perform effectively. Fortunately, you can keep your transmission functioning at a high level as long as you take good care of it. Here are some good ways to reduce the chances that your transmission suffers any major problems. Fluid Check   Check your transmission fluid on a regular basis according to the schedule in your owner's manual. The fluid should be at the appropriate level on the dipstick. If it's low, this could indicate a leak that needs professional attention. [Read More]

How To Easily Fix A Broken Hatchback

It is no fun to open up the hatchback on your vehicle only to have to come down on your back or head. A functioning hatchback is essential in order for you to be able to use your rear cargo space for everyday tasks like storing groceries. When your hatchback fails to stay open and just shuts on its own, generally you need to replace the hatch struts, which is a relatively simple job that even the newest at-home mechanic or do-it-yourself-er should be able to accomplish. [Read More]