When you take a vehicle on the road it is very important for both safety and reliability that it functions properly. This includes having the engine running, the transmission switching gears and the brakes clearly responding. Being able to stop your car in a... Read More.
Like tires, batteries are not cheap. So, it's important to do all you can to get the most battery life possible. How Long Does a Car Battery Last? Nobody likes to be stranded with a dead car battery. Whenever I get stuck, the first thing I... Read More.
Mississippi's summer months of can bring miserable heat. So, why are we talking antifreeze? While we may feel cool and comfortable inside our vehicle with the air conditioning, your vehicle's engine won't be sharing your joy. In fact, it could easily "blow it's top". Keeping... Read More.
Summer is officially here on June 20th. Now is the time get outside to enjoy the open road and magnificent views. Being confident in your vehicle's reliability can mean the difference in a fun Summer road trip and a miserable one. Here are some tips for... Read More.
Did you know that not all tires are the same and not all vehicles require the same amount of pressure? It's true. If you are unsure what your tire pressure should be – rest easy – you are not alone. It is a subject that... Read More.
Window seals hold in your cool air from air conditioning in the warm months and your heat during cold winter months. Seals also keep out dirt, dust, and moisture. A vehicle trunk and moon roof seals also insulate and protect you and your cargo... Read More.
Normally as a car becomes older, mold, bacteria, fungi and other micro organisms begin to grow. This is especially true in areas rarely accessed such as the vents of the air conditioner and on the evaporate right behind the dashboard. As time passes, there... Read More.
We all want to keep our vehicles running better and longer. Your transmission needs care and maintenance just like your engine. 10 Ways to Prolong Your TransmissionCheck transmission fluid regularly and properly. Check transmission fluid after running while it’s hot in the engine. Stop and go... Read More.
Are you the one with the “noisy vehicle” that squeals every time you start your engine? Your engine belts make a screech or squeal noise usually because the rubber belt is slipping on the metal pulley and just like your tires spinning on the... Read More.
Keeping personal tabs on the work you have done to your car can be a pain. A few of our customers have said they like to keep receipts in the glove compartment so they can look through them when needed, but that's no real... Read More.