How To Spot Transmission Trouble

Posted on: 3 June 2016
Unless you want to find yourself stranded along the side of the road, needing a tow to get home, you will want to make sure that you are well aware of the signs of transmission trouble. This way, you can have the vehicle repaired before the transmission completely breaks on you. To help you with this, you will want to review the following signs of transmission trouble. Fluid Is Leaking
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4 Tips To Get Ready For Towing After Breaking Down On The Road

Posted on: 2 February 2016
While getting your car towed can be one of those things that you want to avoid, sometimes it is the only option if your car breaks down the side of the road. Instead of being at a loss of what to do when contacting a tow company, it's important to look into what kinds of things you need to do so that you get your car back safely. Take Pictures of the Front and Rear Bumper
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How to Help Your Kids Have a Safe Car Trip Home for Christmas

Posted on: 16 December 2015
While you are surely counting the days until your college kids come home for the Christmas holidays, you are probably also a bit apprehensive about their drive home. You are probably well aware that they haven't gotten enough sleep due to finals or other exams and assignments. Also, you know that they may be so anxious to get home for the Christmas break that they might be tempted to have a heavy foot on the gas pedal.
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Three Things You Should Keep In Your Car In Case You Get Stuck In The Snow

Posted on: 6 November 2015
Getting your stuck in the snow is annoying at best, but it can also be extremely dangerous. If your car gets stuck along a frequently traveled road that's covered in ice and snow, you could easily get hit by a passing vehicle. Alternatively, if your car gets stuck in snow in a remote area, and you aren't prepared to face the winter weather, you could end up with frostbite or hypothermia.
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