Things You Should Know About Getting Your Tire Repaired

10 September 2020
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Tires will need to be repaired at some point. While there are some indicators that they'll need repairs soon, like a slow leak, you can drive over a nail at any time. It can be nerve-wracking to deal with, especially if the blow out was scary, so here are some key things you should know about getting your tires repaired. This is just to help you feel more knowledgeable and in control. Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Purchasing Used Race Tires

11 June 2020
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Many people enjoy auto racing, both recreationally and in a professional capacity. Many different types of vehicles can be used for racing, but all racing automobiles need good race tires in order to improve performance and ensure that the vehicle can be driven at high speeds safely. However, quality race tires can be quite expensive, so some auto racers who are on a budget opt to purchase used race tires. Used race tires can be a great purchase, but if you're interested in buying used race tires it is important to know what to look for. Read More 

Top Reasons To Use Pushcarts In Your Auto Repair Shop

15 January 2020
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When you think about material handling equipment like pushcarts, you might think about this type of equipment being used in an industrial setting. However, there is a good chance that you could make use of pushcarts in your auto repair shop, too. These are some of the reasons why pushcarts can be handy for use in just about any auto repair shop. Get Help With Carrying Heavy Parts When you first receive a shipment of parts for your auto repair shop, you might dread having to carry things to the back. Read More 

Pay Attention To Warning Lights When It Comes To Auto Repair And Maintenance

9 January 2020
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Your dashboard is full of warning lights, and it's important to pay attention when you have a dashboard light turn on. The warning light for your tire pressure will go on when one or more of your tires is low in pressure. This can happen if there is a slow leak in the tire, or if the weather was really cold the night before. Warning lights for fluid leaks can turn on, such as if you are missing transmission fluid or coolant. Read More 

Tips To Help You Get Through Winter Driving Without A Disaster

7 November 2019
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Driving in the snow and ice can be terrifying. Not only do you have to worry about your own driving skills, but you have to worry about all of those other drivers on the road – some of whom have no sense and go much faster than the conditions should permit. Are you ready for driving in the snow this year? Here, you'll find a few tips to help prepare your vehicle for safe winter driving. Read More