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Monthly Archives: November 2021

REASONS WHY MY VEHICLE IS OVERHEATING?

REASONS WHY MY VEHICLE IS OVERHEATING?

REASONS WHY MY VEHICLE IS OVERHEATING? There aren’t many things more anxiety-inducing than driving along and suddenly noticing your temperature gauge is creeping up, hotter and hotter. You might say to yourself: “Oh no! Why is my vehicle overheating?” “Do I have a radiator leak?” “Do I need a radiator repair?” “Should I try to make it to an auto repair shop, or pull over and have my vehicle towed?” As experienced mechanics, we can tell you a vehicle overheating problem isn’t something to ignore, as you could seriously damage your engine. Here’s more advice on looking out for radiator issues, like a radiator leak, and reasons you may need a radiator repair. Possible Reasons for Vehicle Overheating If you’re driving along and notice your temperature gauge moving toward the red, your vehicle isn’t going to immediately explode or anything like that; however, driving with an overheating engine can cause ser ... read more

BEST TIME TO PURCHASE NEW TIRES

BEST TIME TO PURCHASE NEW TIRES

BEST TIME TO PURCHASE NEW TIRES There are numerous indicators to look out for that will cause you to buy new tires for your vehicle. However, attempting to figure out the precise time span for how long your tires last is nearly impossible. There are numerous elements that factor into the longevity and mileage of a tire, subject to: Weather forecast Tire’s model type Driving routine How driver handles tires Road’s habitat What we do know is, that the more beating a tire takes on, the more likelihood that it is unsafe to drive. A tire tread’s initial design is to reroute water from beneath the tire, which leads to improvements in traction on the road and less hydroplaning when the ground is wet. The more worn that the tire gets, the more undependable it gets. Once the tire shallows down to 1/16th of an inch, it is considered totally unsafe. Professionals, however, suggest that you don’t wait until your tires get to that point to get new tires because your sa ... read more

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