Don't Fail Me Now: How To Prevent Brake Problems This Winter

Now that the cold weather is officially here, you'll need to start paying closer attention to your car, especially the brakes. Freezing temperatures, ice, rain, and snow can wreak havoc on your brakes if you're not careful. Beginning the season with a thorough brake inspection is a good way to start. However, there are a few other steps you should take to prevent winter brake problems. Here are four important steps that will help keep your brakes in good condition this winter: [Read More]

3 Keys To Foreign Car Transmission Repair

In order to get all that you need from your vehicle, you'll need to take great care of your transmission. This is particularly important when you have a foreign vehicle because you'll need assistance from a shop that specializes in them. Whether you have a Volkswagen, BMW or Mercedes, the transmission is important, because it's the part of the vehicle that will switch gears seamlessly and allow you to accelerate and decelerate with full control. [Read More]

Four Reasons You Need Lockout Services For A Lost Key

Even if you have a spare, you definitely want to consider hiring professionals for lost key services, especially if you lost your keys in a very public area and especially if that area is near your home. Here are four specific reasons as to why this is so important: Your Key Probably Needs to be Programmed: If you have a newer car, chances are, you are going to need your key to be programmed to your vehicle. [Read More]

Signs Your Power Steering Pump May Be Going Bad

There are many different parts in your car that can go bad or stop working. One of the parts that may fail is your power steering pump. The power steering pump is responsible for pumping power steering fluid into the steering gear. This helps your wheels to turn as you turn your steering wheel. A power steering pump generally lasts about 100,000 to 200,000 miles. This is a huge difference, which is why it important to know the warning signs that indicate the power steering pump may be going bad. [Read More]