3 Important Reasons to Take Your Car in for Collision Repairs

7 October 2020
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

If you've been in a car accident, your car is going to need some collision repairs. When most people think of collision repairs, they think of things like dents and broken headlamps. But, collision damage can go much deeper than that, even during a minor fender bender. That's why it's important that you take your car to a collision repair center any time your car is involved in an accident. If you're not sure why that's important, read the information provided below. Read More 

Potential Hidden Problems After A Minor Collision

24 September 2018
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

When you have a minor car accident, there may be a chance you could really have some serious hidden damage without even knowing it. Even if your car shows little or almost damage on the outside, there could be other components that were affected. Unless you know what to look for, this damage is often difficult to find, but could still affect the safety and usability of your car. Here are five types of hidden damage that you could have in a minor front or rear end collision. Read More 

Learn What To Do When You Notice That Your Check Engine Light Is Lit On The Dashboard Of Your Car

25 January 2018
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

There are many different things that could cause the check engine light to light up on the dash of your car. There are many people who make the mistake of ignoring the light because they assume that the issue is something minor that can be dealt with later on down the road. This is not a smart decision to make because minor issues can quickly lead to more major issues that can be quite expensive to have repaired. Read More 

Four Things Every Fleet Manager Should Know About Parts Buying

24 July 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

As a new business fleet manager, one of your top priorities is likely keeping the trucks on the road. Investing in the right parts is a key part of this process, but it can be difficult to know which parts those are. With so many suppliers out there, you may think opting for the cheapest price is the best way to go. In fact, that's not necessarily the case. Here's a look at a few things that you need to know before you start sourcing heavy duty truck parts for your fleet. Read More 

How To Test A Brake Master Cylinder

25 May 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

If your brakes are not working properly, check the master cylinder. As the name implies, the master cylinder controls all brake functions. It controls the brake pressure as well as stores the fluid when the brakes aren't in use. Testing the master cylinder is essential for safety reasons. It is easy to check the master cylinder by following these tips. Prepare to Work For this project, you will need a flashlight, brake fluid, a clean rag, eye goggles, and gloves. Read More