Tips For Getting Your Vehicle Ready For An Inspection In Canada Before Selling It

17 November 2015
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If you are getting ready to sell your vehicle, then you need to have it inspected. To help make sure that it passes with flying colors, you will want to make sure that you are making use of the following tips. Have The Brakes Checked It is important to make sure that the brake pads are in great condition and that there is plenty of brake fluid in the reservoir. Not only that, but you are going to want a mechanic or brake specialist to check the condition of the rotors. Read More 

How Engine Oil Can Help You Diagnose Car Problems

6 November 2015
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Did you know you can learn many things about your car by examining its fluids? One of these fluids is the engine oil, whose status can help you diagnose engine problems. For example, these four oil conditions mean something is wrong with the engine: There Are Globs on the Dipstick If your dipstick comes out of the oil with globs, then there is a high chance that the engine is developing sludge. Read More 

3 Reasons To Use A Manufacturer Repair Shop

4 November 2015
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Is your car running poorly? If it is, then you have likely begun looking into which auto shop to take it into for its repairs. Well, if you want to be certain that your repairs are done quickly, correctly, and with quality replacement parts, you may want to consider using your vehicle's manufacturer dealership. Having repairs done from a manufacturer dealership can have many benefits, like the following:  Manufactured Replacement Components: Read More 

If It Ain’t Broke, Maintain It! The Importance Of Showing Love To Your Old Car

20 October 2015
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You and your car have been friends for a long time. You remember the day your dad bought it off your 1995. Studies have shown that after the economic decline of 2008, people were more inclined to keep their old cars for longer amounts of time. People now keep their cars on average for about 11 years. Keeping an old car can save you a lot of money as long as the car is taken care of. Read More