2 Signs The Serpentine Belt In Your Car's Engine Needs Replaced

Posted on: 27 August 2020

While driving your car the past few days, you may have noticed an intermittent, high-pitched squealing noise coming from your engine. While the sound could be caused by a faulty water pump, another likely culprit is a loose serpentine belt. If you suspect that the latter is the case, you may also be experiencing a couple of other issues whenever you get behind the wheel. 1.  Interior Lights Dim and Flicker When You Start the Car
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Recommendations to Keep Your Vehicle Windshield in Great Condition

Posted on: 31 May 2019

When you drive your vehicle on the roads and highways, your chances of sustaining damage to your vehicle windshield increase. Long commutes to and from work each day can put you at risk of a rock chip or a crack to your vehicle's front and back windshields. Here are some recommendations to help you take care of your vehicle's windshields. Hire a Professional There are an unlimited number of videos online giving you step-by-step instructions so you can replace your vehicle windshield all yourself.
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Ready For A Handicapped-Accessible Van? What To Consider

Posted on: 12 July 2018

Wheelchair life takes getting used to. If you're feeling more confident about ambulating and socializing in your chair, you may finally feel comfortable with your new life, even with a handicap. When you're finally beginning to see that your life can be as rich and social as anyone else's, you may want to drive. You'll need a wheelchair-accessible or handicap van. To ensure suitability, what should take focus while searching?
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3 Reasons To Get Rid Of Your Spare Junk Car Today

Posted on: 6 November 2017

Do you have a car that you never drive? Has it been sitting around for so long that the tires have gone completely flat? When buying a newer car, it's not uncommon to keep the old one around as a spare. But however good your intentions are, the vehicle may wind up sitting around for so long that it's no longer worth fixing it up and trying to keep it running.
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