Automotive

Auto Transmission Repair: 2 Commonly Asked Questions

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The transmission system is a vital part of any car. Without the ability to smoothly change from one gear to another, it will be impossible to safely drive your vehicle. However, because your transmission system gets a lot of use, it is susceptible to wear and tear. If you notice any signs that your transmission may be becoming damaged or worn, such as sticky gears or strange smells, you should take action right away and have your car repaired.

11 July 2017

2 Signs You Need to Take Your Vehicle to the Auto Repair Shop

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If your car is giving you problems, it can be tempting to ignore them and hope that the problems resolve themselves. Unfortunately, when it comes to automobiles, this rarely happens. Problems will tend to get progressively worse, until your car or truck fails completely. Learning to recognise the signs of a mechanical problem and acting fast can help to protect your vehicle and your safety while also avoiding expensive repairs. Below is a guide to 2 signs that you need to take your vehicle to the auto repair shop.

10 July 2017

Modification of Carbon Fibre Motorcycle Exhaust System

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The exhaust system of a motorcycle forms one of the primary components for performance modification. For instance, having a stock motorcycle exhaust will actively downplay its performance because it affects the flow of the exhaust gas attempting to exit the engine system. Thankfully, you have the option of modifying your exhaust system to improve the exhaust flow coming from the engine. The exhaust of a motorcycle is one of the most noticeable features in public; hence this custom exhaust fabrication modification will not only improve the overall performance but will also make your ride stand out from the crowd.

27 June 2017

Why You Should Consider Adding a Specific Modifier to Your Vehicle Lubricant

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Your vehicle's gearbox and transmission are engineered very well by the factory, to last as long as possible and give you years of carefree motoring. However, you do need to pay some attention to their upkeep on a regular basis and also need to understand that they have a certain amount of redundancy built-in. What can you do to extend the life of these components, as far as possible? Adding a Specialty Lubricant

21 June 2017

Get Your Driving Instruction Business Off to the Right Start

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If you want to teach people to drive, and you'd like to go down the route of setting up your own business to do so, it's important to make sure you get off on the right foot and set everything up properly. Starting any business can be a confusing affair, leaving you unsure of whether you're doing everything right or not. As long as you follow a few simple guidelines, you'll be able to run a successful driving school on your own terms.

18 June 2017

Avoid These Common Mistakes When Handling Your Own Car Repairs

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Making your own minor auto repairs can be a great way to save money and ensure they get done quickly without having to wait for an appointment at a repair shop. However, when you are ready to handle some DIY car repairs, you want to ensure you stay safe and properly handle all the parts and tools you'll be using. Note a few common mistakes that many car owners make when handling their own repair work, so you can then avoid them yourself:

30 May 2017

Simple Tips for Maintaining Your Car's Electrical Systems

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Your car's electrical systems are actually just as important as the engine; many very important parts under the hood of a car are powered by electricity, including the fuel pump, fan, oil pump and the like. When your electrical systems fail or become damaged, your car can literally shut down, even while you're driving it. Maintaining the electrical systems should then be as important as maintaining any other part of the vehicle; note a few tips on how to do this, so you ensure your car is always in good repair and running smoothly:

30 May 2017

A Guide to Caring for Your New Car

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For some, a car is little more than a means to get from A to B. For others, it is a prized possession, treasured and loved. Whichever camp you're in, a new car is likely to be a big purchase that you'll want to take care of. Chances are you'll want to wash it quite soon after purchase to keep that bright, sparkly, new car look. Use these tips to make sure that you're cleaning and caring for your vehicle properly.

13 April 2016