Don't Ignore These 6 Common Brake Problems

Posted on: 2 May 2022
With good care and regular maintenance, your brakes serve you for a long time. However, even with regular maintenance, your brakes can run into problems from time to time. Your brakes are a significant safety component of your vehicle, so you should watch out for any unusual behavior. Reach out to a BMW auto repair shop if you encounter the problems discussed below. 1. Vibrations or Wobbles When you Brake Over time, your rotor surface wears down and becomes uneven.
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A Car Owner's Guide To Windshield Stress Cracks

Posted on: 24 March 2022
Not all windshield cracks begin with a rock strike or similar impact. Stress cracks are another type of crack that can affect your car's front windshield.  Appearance  Unlike chips and impact cracks, a stress crack doesn't have any type of obvious strike point. Instead of spider webbing out from a central point, such as when the windshield is struck by a rock, the crack follows a roughly straight or curved light with few sharp angles or branches.
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All About Your RV Tires

Posted on: 4 March 2022
Your RV should be maintained even when you aren't going to be taking it out for a while. Taking proper care of it during the off-season is the best way for you to know that it is going to be in great condition and ready to go the next time your family wants to go on a trip. One of the areas of concern you should have will be making sure the tires stay in good shape.
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Understanding a Vehicle's Transmission Maintenance Process

Posted on: 7 February 2022
Most car owners understand the importance of regular car maintenance. However, they do not understand the importance of maintaining a car's transmission system. Thus, people wait until the vehicle's transmission system fails before seeking professional assistance. The first major sign of a failing transmission is slipping. Slipping occurs when the car's transmission fails to engage, preventing the driver from changing gears. One can also tell that their vehicle's transmission is faulty when they notice fluid leaks or hear abnormal noise when it shifts gears.
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