What Do You Do When Your Car Starts Hydroplaning?

December 2nd, 2021 by

Imagine this, the highway is rain-soaked and full of puddles when suddenly the car begins to swerve, then skid. Your car is in motion of hydroplaning.    Hydroplaning can happen at almost any speed, but it is far more likely to happen at high speeds. Invariably, hydroplaning catches drivers by surprise. Inexplicably, the car begins…

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Why Change Your Oil and How Often?

November 30th, 2021 by

Oil lubricates the moving parts of your engine. It keeps them cool by lowering friction and carrying heat away. It also keeps any grit or tiny particles from scratching tightly-fitted parts. So think of the oil in your engine as your vehicle’s lifeblood.   Heat breaks down oil. It can make the oil gummy or…

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Rotate Your Tires for Longer Life

November 23rd, 2021 by

Rotating the tires, which is recommended by all tire manufacturers, involves changing the tire’s position on the vehicle from one wheel location to another. This helps to even out tire wear between all the tires so the tires last longer and do not develop abnormal wear patterns.  Refer to your owner’s manual/tire manufacturer handbook for…

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When to Get Your Timing Belt Changed

November 23rd, 2021 by

We all do the best we can to protect our vehicles. For instance, making sure to perform the required maintenance services such as changing the oil, checking the brakes periodically, and checking the tires as well. These are items we can easily see, but what about those other maintenance items we can’t see or detect…

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Everything you Need to Know About Your Car’s Alignment and More

November 22nd, 2021 by

When Should I Get An Alignment?   If you’re wondering whether your vehicle needs an alignment, first look at your tires. Uneven tire wear — often, more wear on the outside of some tires — is a prime indicator that your car is likely out of alignment. Here are a few more indicators: Your car…

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Why are my brakes squealing? Do I need brakes?

November 22nd, 2021 by

Not necessarily. A certain amount of brake noise is considered “normal” these days because of the harder semi-metallic brake pads that are used in most front-wheel drive cars, trucks, vans and SUVs. This type of noise does not affect braking performance and does not indicate a brake problem. However, if the noise is objectionable, there…

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4 Reasons to Get An Oil Change

November 22nd, 2021 by

4 Reasons to Get An Oil Change Typically, after 3,000 to 5,000 miles, it’s recommended that you perform an oil change. However, the mileage intervals can change depending on the make and model of your vehicle and your local driving conditions.   Not performing regular oil maintenance can be damaging to your vehicle in the…

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How to know if your car needs more power:

November 16th, 2021 by

The condition of the cell plates inside the battery determines whether or not a battery is still serviceable. Current is produced when sulfuric acid in the battery reacts with lead in the cell plates. As the battery discharges, sulfate accumulates on the plates and reduces the battery's ability to make current. The sulfate is returned…

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Can my Android phone hook up to my Maserati?

February 24th, 2019 by

Owning a luxury car of the Maserati brand's caliber, means embracing the latest in design and technological innovation. But while the power of a Maserati car is impressive in its own right, it's all the more so when you pair it with the power of your Android phone. And with Android Auto compatibility available on…

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Should I get the convertible or coupe Maserati GranTurismo?

February 19th, 2019 by

If you're in the market for a sports car these days, there's a lot of crucial factors to consider. But if you've already honed in on the new Maserati GranTurismo, then congratulations, you're already half-way to a great decision! Why just half-way, you might ask? Well, once you've decided that you want to drive a…

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