The Best Care for Your Car

Why Does Your Two-Wheel Drive Car Need A Four-Wheel Alignment?

If you've been shopping around for an alignment for your car, you've probably heard that you need (or should get) a four-wheel alignment. This procedure might make sense if you drive a 4WD or AWD vehicle, but what about everyone else? As it turns out, most modern front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive vehicles also require adjusting all four wheels. Understanding why this is the case requires understanding a few of the basics of modern vehicle suspension and the role that alignments play in keeping your car safely on the road. Read More 

Evaporator Or Compressor – Which Part Is Leaving You Sweating?

Your car's air conditioning system is similar to a home central or mini-split air conditioning system but on a much smaller scale. Like these residential systems, your vehicle has condenser and evaporator coils, a compressor, and refrigerant plumbing to transport heat away from your cabin. Any of these parts can potentially fail, leaving you sweating on your way to work on hot, sunny days. Two potentially common points of failure are the evaporator coils and the compressor motor. Read More 

Surprising Ways Roadside Assistance Would Be An Invaluable Service When Stranded

Granted, many motorists are familiar with the phrase roadside assistance services. While they may have never sought them before, they probably assume that they are provided when someone is facing an issue with their vehicle on the road. However, some individuals will misinterpret the scope of roadside assistance services, as they presume they are only relevant when one has become involved in a car crash that would advisedly affect the driveability of their vehicle. Read More 

3 End-Of-Warranty Preventative Maintenance Items

Buying a new car is always an exciting experience, and there's nothing like the honeymoon phase that follows. Unfortunately, all vehicles eventually become routine, day-to-day appliances, and that new car shine will inevitably wear off. As your vehicle ages, there are plenty of milestones, but one pivotal moment is when your factory warranty finally runs out. Realizing you're out of your warranty period can feel a bit like floating down a river without a paddle. Read More 

Maintaining Your Duramax Diesel: Injector Balance Rates 101

Since Duramax engines have been on the market for years, service technicians that work with diesel engines also have a deep understanding of how to service and maintain these engines. Injector balance rates are one critical aspect of maintaining your diesel and diagnosing potential problems with the fuel system. Understanding how injector balance rates work and why they matter can give you a deeper understanding of how your vehicle operates. Read More