A Few Signs You Need To Go To A Transmission Repair Shop

The transmission in your vehicle is a very important system that ensures the automobile runs correctly. Basically, it takes the energy produced in the engine and transfers it to the wheels to make the vehicle move. It changes the gears to allow the wheels to move faster or in reverse. When the transmission is not working properly the car will not run efficiently, or it may not move at all. Here are a few signs it is time to go to a transmission repair shop before the vehicle quits moving: Read More 

Signs And Dangers Of Dirty Or Stale Engine Oil

The engine oil performs multiple functions for your car. Over time, the engine oil becomes stale and dirty, and the dirt interferes with some of the oil's functions. The following are some of the telltale signs of dirty engine oil and how it may affect your car. The Signs There are various signs of stale engine oil, but the following are some of the most obvious. Change in Color Clean oil is lighter in color than dirty oil. Read More 

3 Ways To Take Top Care Of Your Convertible Top

Owning a convertible Corvette is a dream come true for many car owners. If you own a convertible top, you want to make sure that you treat it with care.  #1 Avoid the Car Wash The car wash is an amazing invention that makes it easy to quickly wash your vehicle, especially when it's chilly outside, and you don't want to do the job yourself. However, when you have a convertible, its best to avoid the car wash. Read More 

Dealing With Car Insurance In The Aftermath Of A Hail Storm

There are many threats that mother nature can throw at a car, but few are as frustrating as hail damage. Although not all hail storms are serious enough to necessitate expensive repairs, severe storms can result in extensive damage across nearly every body panel on a car. If the hail is large enough, or if it is being driven by severe winds, it is even possible for the damage to be so significant that a proper repair will involve respraying one or more body panels. Read More 

3 Questions That Should Be Asked During Your Oil Change

Every manufacturer recommends oil changes at different intervals, but the general rule of thumb is that oil changes should be performed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or every six months. When it comes to ensuring that your vehicle is in tip-top shape, the oil change is the most frequent automobile maintenance task that will need to be performed. To make certain that your vehicle is getting what it needs and to stay on top of things yourself, here are three questions that you should be asking the mechanic who is performing the oil change. Read More