Warning Signs That Your Truck May Need Transmission Repair

If your car is not shifting gears as it should or it is stuck in a gear, it is common knowledge that you have a transmission issue and need a repair. But this is often what occurs after you have either missed or ignored warning signs of a potential transmission issue for some time. Knowing what the warning signs are of a potential truck transmission issue will help you catch problems early so you can get them repaired before they lead to more problems like a stuck or slipping transmission. Read More 

What Can You Do When Your Car Is Damaged In A Parking Garage?

After your car is damaged in a parking garage, it can be hard to get the right compensation from the person responsible for your car. These steps will help you minimize your damage and perhaps find a solution for paying for your vehicle. Look at the Terms and Conditions Many parking garages will claim that they are not responsible for damages to your vehicle. It may state as much on the back of your parking ticket, or there might be a warning posted as you enter the garage. Read More 

4 Benefits Of Owning A Truck

If you're in the market for a new vehicle, you may want to consider purchasing a truck. This type of automobile can get you where you need to go and offers plenty of other benefits in the process. The key to getting the most out of your truck may rest in knowing some of the things it can do for you. Benefit #1: Hauling things Whether you're moving your kid into college or helping a friend move furniture, you can count on a truck to help you do so. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Diesel Mechanic To Check Out A Used Semi-Truck Before Buying

If you're going to be buying a used semi-truck, either from an individual or from a used dealership, you will probably want to hire someone who specializes in commercial truck repair, such as from C L Enterprises, to come out and take a look at the truck first. These are a few reasons why this is a good idea. 1. Determine Whether it's a Good Choice to Buy In some cases, buying a used semi-truck isn't a good idea, such as if the truck needs extensive repair work. Read More 

Common Signs Of A Bad Fuel Pump

In order for your car to run properly, its fuel pump needs to be in good shape. If you have a newer car, chances are that you have an electronic high-pressure pump located inside your gas tank. The fuel filter is usually located nearby. Generally, the fuel pump and filter has few problems, and they may not even need servicing for the entire time you own your car. However, just like any part, there are those that wear down early or develop problems. Read More