3 Reasons To Choose Summer Tires

If you're mulling over the choice between summer tires and all-season tires, then you aren't alone. For parts of the country that experience the full gamut of seasons, this choice certainly isn't straightforward. All-season tires tend to be much cheaper upfront, and the added cost of switching tires once winter rolls around can turn off many buyers. While your budget may dictate the options that are available to you, there are compelling reasons to choose summer rubber instead of wrapping your wheels in another set of all-season tires. Read More 

4 Ways to Troubleshoot Problems with You Auto AC This Spring Before Summer Arrives

If your AC is out when you get caught in traffic during the summer heat, it can be miserable. You want to make sure that your AC is working before the heat arrives. Therefore, it is a good idea to start with maintenance and test your AC to make sure it is working before you find yourself stuck in traffic without it. The following auto AC troubleshooting tips will help you determine the problems with your car's air conditioner: Read More 

Strange Car Noises That You Should Not Ignore

Your car, of course, makes noise as it moves down the road, but most drivers generally understand the difference between regular car noise and an odd sound that you should not be hearing. If your car has been acting up with some strange noises lately, it's important to get your vehicle to a car repair shop as soon as possible before that strange noise turns into a large repair bill. To that end, here are some of the different types of noises you might be hearing that might indicate that all is not well under the hood. Read More 

Types Of Hail Damage Your Car May Need Repaired

Hail can be an immensely destructive natural force. In particular, cars can be extremely vulnerable to suffering damage from the hail. As a result, it can be common for car owners to need to address several types of damage after a hailstorm passes through their area. Body Dents Large hailstones can strike the body of your car with tremendous force, and this can lead to deep dents forming in its exterior. Read More 

Common Symptoms Of A Failing CV Joint

A constant velocity (CV) joint allows a drive shaft to transmit power at varying angles without too much friction or play. Many cars have CV joints in their suspensions. In front-wheel-drive cars, the CV joints either connect the transmission to the drive shafts or the wheels to the drive shafts. CV joints are great, but they do break down Humming Noises Humming noises from the CV joints can mean a variety of problems. Read More