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Hop on Down to the Auto Shop Is your car making a rumbling noise? Do you not get enough power when you press on the gas pedal? Then you need to hop — or rather, drive — on down to the auto service shop. It's okay if you do not know what is wrong with your car, because that is the auto mechanic's job to figure out. They can take a look, run a few tests, and figure out what's going on. Then, they'll give you an estimate for the repairs. Your car will feel like a whole new machine once it's all fixed up! Learn more about that process as you read the articles we've curated here.

Posted on: 3 October 2022
If you own an RV with a slide-out, you probably also own a slide-out topper. Toppers help keep rain and debris from your slide-out roof, protecting it from damage and protecting the rest of your RV when you slide the extendable section back inside. However, ev

Posted on: 6 September 2022
There are some types of car repairs that aren't as upsetting as others because they aren't nearly as expensive or as much of a hassle. However, one part of a car that can really scare a person when they hear it needs work is the transmission. This is because s

Posted on: 14 July 2022
If you stay on top of brake maintenance in a modern vehicle, you'll usually go through three distinct phases as your brake pads begin to wear down: Interior brake warning light Squealing Grinding It's typically fine to replace your brakes once you see a warn

Posted on: 20 June 2022
If you suspect your car has brake problems, it's important to get your vehicle inspected by an auto repair shop as soon as possible. Putting off brake repair can cause major damage to your vehicle and put you and other drivers at risk. Learn to recognize the s