Top Signs You've Chosen A Good Used Car Lot

If you are thinking about buying a used car, you might be looking into the different used car lots in your area. If you are wondering whether or not you have chosen a good used car lot to purchase your used car from, these are a few signs that you can look out for. The Vehicles Look and Drive Good Of course, you can't tell how nice a vehicle is just by looking at it. [Read More]

How To Approach Auto Collision Repair After An Accident

A car accident can leave a person without a vehicle for several days or weeks. That's why it's important to approach getting your car fixed as soon as possible. It's not always as simple as getting a check from the insurance company the same day and getting your car into a shop. It can be more involved than that. There are a few things you should remember when getting your vehicle in for auto collision repair. [Read More]

Is Your Transmission Failing? Signs You Need Transmission Repair

Transmission repair is something many car owners face from time to time. The average transmission should last around seven years or so but may last longer — or reach its prime sooner — depending on the miles that are put on it. On average, a transmission will last up to 200,000 miles. You can do many things to keep your transmission in healthy condition, including draining its fluids and keeping the oil in check. [Read More]

5 Point Checklist To Inspect Your Brakes And Suspension To Know When It Is Time For A Brake Job

If you are want to know when it is time to have a brake job done, you want to know how to revise your brakes for problems. When inspecting your brakes and suspension, you want to look for problems like uneven tire wear, damaged parts, and wear of the brake pads. You will also want to test the resistance when you press the brake pedals and the alignment when you drive. [Read More]