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2 Reasons To Have Your Car Engine Rebuilt Or Replaced

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

After dealing with car problems, the last thing that you probably want to hear from a mechanic is that your engine is shot. Although you might be tempted to start shopping for a new ride, there might be a better way. Here are two reasons to have your car engine rebuilt or replaced, instead of junking your ride. 1: Extend Vehicle Service Life Do you remember the day that you picked out your car? If you are like most people, you probably drove it around town and proudly showed it off to all of your buddies. If you aren’t super eager to...

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3 Troublesome Signs That Your Car Needs An Alignment

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When your car needs an alignment, it means that your tires aren’t lined up properly with the road. They are either tilted or turned in such a way that doesn’t allow them to meet the surface of the road evenly. As you can imagine, driving a car that is not aligned properly can lead to additional wear and tear on the car. Additionally, putting off an alignment can make your drive less than comfortable. Therefore, it’s extremely important to pay attention to these three troublesome symptoms of a misaligned front end. ...

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Hitching Up And Towing Safety Tips Every Driver Should Know

Posted by on Dec 4, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When it comes to providing added functionality to your existing vehicle, the one small change you can make is adding the best trailer hitch. When you have a hitch in place, you can pull a trailer, boat, recreational camper, or many other prices of equipment. Pulling something behind your vehicle may be an added bonus feature, but doing so does not come without its own set of safety guidelines for the road. It all comes down to five basic safety practices: 1.Hitching Up Right The first rule to remember is the trailer hitch is the first point...

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Keep Your Car Battery From Overheating With These Tips

Posted by on Dec 2, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your car’s battery is designed to handle quite a workload. After all, it’s the first device that needs to work properly when you turn the ignition before anything else under the hood can start to do its job. Car batteries tend to last three to five years before needing to be replaced, but if you live in an especially hot climate, your car battery could overheat, causing you to encounter problems much sooner. Here are a few tips for keeping your car battery at the correct temperature. Keep It Clean The top of the battery can...

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Three Ways To Make Traveling To The City A More Enjoyable Experience

Posted by on Nov 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Large cities almost always make it on every travelers list of places to go at some point. Large cities may be some of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, but if you have never traveled to such an area, there are a few things that you should know to make sure that you have the most incredible time possible while you are away. Forget Personal Transportation In a lot of places, picking up a rental car at the airport to get you where you want to go while you are on your trip is ideal. However, when you arrive in a large city,...

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Repairing And Maintaining Hydraulic Hose And Fittings Problems

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Minor faults in hydraulic hoses and fittings can grow into major leaks and sprays if not attended to as soon as possible. Whether you’re dealing with an electric or gas system, the mixture of liquids and power systems can quickly dismantle your operations and require replacements. A few inspection and troubleshooting points can help you pinpoint and fix an early leakage problem, or at least choose the proper replacement part if it’s too late. Understanding Hydraulic Hose And Fitting Failures When liquids enter or exit the...

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How Auto Repair Shops Make Your Car As Good As New

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The majority of car accidents in the US result in only minor injuries or property damage only. According to the Department of Transportation, of the 5,615,000 crashes in 2012, 5,584,000 were non fatal, with 70% of those non-fatal accidents resulting in property damage only. What this means is that if you are in an accident, chances are pretty good that you won’t get hurt and that you’ll need an auto repair shop to help you out. The auto body shop can take your car and make it look as good as new: New Parts Bumpers, quarter panels,...

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Auto Recycling: The Journey Of Your Junked Automobile

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

So you’ve decided to junk your car. You watch with sadness—or maybe relief—as it is loaded onto a flat-bed truck and driven away into the sunset. For the millions of American consumers who junk automobiles every year, the story ends here. For the cars, however, the journey is only beginning. Automobiles are, world-wide, the most often recycled product, and most parts of the car can be reused or processed as raw materials. A Second Life for a Lucky Few A fraction of the cars that are junked are fixed up for resale. This is...

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New Or Used – Choosing The Right Parts For Your Auto Project

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You’ve decided to hold onto your old car for a little longer, but want to fix a few problems to keep it on the road. As you inspect your car to plan out the repairs, you’ll have the choice of using new or used car parts. Your decision will be based partly on your budget, but safety should also be a consideration. There are some parts that you’ll absolutely want new, and some car parts that will work used as well as new. Here are some considerations on how to choose the right parts for your project. When New Parts Are the...

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Four Things To Help You With Relocating Historic Buildings When You Sell Your Land

Posted by on Nov 14, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If the time has come to sell the land where you have historic buildings, you may want to preserve them. To be able to preserve them and sell the land, you may need to have the help of an oversize hauling service. These services often deal with moving large industrial machinery and other things that are too big for conventional transportation services. They can also help with the relocation of historic buildings and organize a move when you have a building you want to move. If you need to relocate a historic building, here are four things that...

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