Don’t Overlook These Signs That It’s Time to Take Your Car in for Service

Most vehicle owners know when to take their car in for an oil change and tune-up, and will of course have it diagnosed and repaired if the engine won't start. However, there are other signs that it's time to take your car in for service even if it's actually running. Note a few of these here so you know to avoid causing more damage to your car and face even costlier repairs down the road. Read More 

Three Ways a Wheel Alignment Will Save Your Frugal Family Money

If your family is on a tight budget, it's easy to overlook the fact that your car needs a little preventative maintenance. If you find your car drifting off course when on a straight road, it may be in need of a wheel alignment. Before you decide that a wheel alignment is not a justifiable expense for your frugal family, check out these three ways that a wheel alignment can actually save you money. Read More 

How to Avoid Getting a Blown Tyre

Getting a blown tyre while you are driving down the road can be dangerous not just for you, but for others on the road. It is important that you try to avoid a blown tyre in every way possible. Here are some of the top ways to do that. Inspect the Tyres Regularly A good way to prevent a blown tyre is to keep an eye on the tyre's condition on a regular basis. Read More 

How to Prevent Flat Spots from Developing on Car Tyres

Flat spots refer to the soft and flat sections that form on a tyre after a car has been parked on a hard surface. The flat spot causes the car to vibrate each time that flat spot makes contact with the ground as you drive. This article discusses some measures that you can take to prevent flat spots from forming on the tyres of your car. Inflate Tyres Correctly One of the most common causes of flat spots on tyres is under-inflation. Read More 

Warning Signs Of Worn Out Brake Pads

Maintenance of your vehicle's brakes does not only work toward keeping your car roadworthy, but it also enhances the lifespan of your vehicle. However, some vehicle owners tend to overlook their brakes and rarely carry out maintenance measures to keep them in good condition. Thus, your brakes eventually wear out you incur exorbitant costs in replacing them. However, if you can catch the telltale signs of worn out brake pads in good time, then you may not need to replace your entire braking system. Read More