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  • Lockout Services ~ Ideal And Likely Needed In Despair Without A Spare Key

    27 June 2016

    Getting locked out of your vehicle is likely something that you want to think will not happen to you, but many people have experienced this inconvenience. It is best to have a plan in mind for this occurrence because even if it never happens to you, it could happen to someone else, and you may need to help them. Some auto lockouts become emergencies, and deaths may even occur. For example, when small children or pets are locked inside vehicles, getting access to the interior of vehicles in a timely manner may be extremely important.

  • Ready To Sell Your Used Car? The Easiest And Smartest Way To Do It

    26 June 2016

    Are you ready to sell your car privately but you aren't sure how to market it, or how to get it ready? To get the top dollar for your automobile, there are some things you'll want to do, and you may have to spend a little bit of money to get the vehicle ready. The marketing part is easy with all of the online classified ads, garage sale sites and social media options available today.

  • How To Diagnose Turbocharger Issues When You're Test Driving A Used Sports Car

    24 June 2016

    Turbocharged engines and sports cars go hand in hand. When fitted with a turbo system, an engine is able to produce the same amount of power as an engine with much higher displacement. However, turbo systems are also highly complex. If you're considering a used sports car with a turbocharged engine, it's important to diagnose any issues with the turbo system before you make the purchase. Diagnosing Vacuum Leaks Turbo systems require a complex series of intercooler pipes and vacuum lines that connect the turbocharger to the engine's intake manifold.

  • When Selecting a Roadside Assistance Program, Consider whether Its Towing Coverage Meets Your Needs

    24 June 2016

    A few decades ago, there was one popular service that offered roadside assistance along with many other discounts and features for travelers. Today, there are many companies that provide roadside assistance, and you can choose the one that best suits your needs. When selecting a roadside-assistance program, one of the most important things to consider is the program's towing coverage. You'll want a program that provides emergency towing that meets your needs.

  • How Heavy Duty Truck Parts Are Moved Or Suspended And Why You Should Not Perform The Repairs Yourself

    23 June 2016

    Heavy duty truck parts are quite massive and very heavy. Automotive repair shops for these trucks have to maneuver the parts around the shop in some very atypical ways (when compared to how parts are moved and installed in passenger vehicles). To get a better idea of just how these parts are moved around a repair shop and why you should not attempt heavy duty truck repairs yourself, the following information is included.

  • Truck Tips: What To Do If You're In An Accident

    21 June 2016

    If you own a 4x4 truck you probably rely on it for fun and transportation. Although no one wants to think about being in a truck accident, here's a quick guide to you get your truck back on the road after an accident. Leverage Your Options Even if you have insurance, your deductible alone might be slightly less than paying for the cost out of pocket. Furthermore, if you file an insurance claim, you can expect a nasty rate hike in your auto insurance premium (particularly if your claim is more the $1,800).

  • Tips For Maintaining Your Alignment

    21 June 2016

    The alignment of your car is a major mechanical and safety concern. A poorly aligned car typically pulls to one side or shakes at highway speeds, which can make it difficult to control. Poor alignment also causes premature wear on tires, puts stress on axles and bearings, can damage steering components, and it can negatively affect your gas mileage. The following tips can help you keep your alignment in good working order.