vehicle that stalls? learn what it could be

Does your vehicle stall or stutter when you come to a stop? If this is a problem you are experiencing click here to learn more about it.

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vehicle that stalls? learn what it could be

Does your vehicle stall or stutter when you come to a stop? Do you struggle to keep your foot on the gas at each stop light to ensure the car doesn't stall in the middle of traffic? There are several issues that could be causing your car to stall - some of these problems are easily fixed. If this is a problem you are experiencing, take a moment to visit my website. There, you will find a list of possible causes, some troubleshooting techniques and what your mechanic may do to keep your car running when you stop. It is my hope that you will find exactly what you need to help keep your car running from start to stop.


A Bumpy Ride: A Guide To Replacing The Shocks In Your Car

11 August 2015
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The shocks are part of a vehicle that help to absorb the bumps and heavy impact experienced while driving. If you can push down hard on the trunk or hood of your car and it does not bounce back quickly, or if you've begun to notice that driving has become a little more rough and you're feeling every single bump in the road, you may need new shocks. You can replace your shocks yourself without having to pay a mechanic, but before you do so, read on to learn more. Read More …

3 Reasons to Consider a Commuter Motorcycle

4 August 2015
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Commuting to work is a big part of a lot of people's day, so you want to have the best possible vehicle for that commute. While most people tend to commute to work in a car or SUV, you should not overlook the benefits provided by utilizing a motorcycle for commuting. Great fuel economy, fun, and convenience are just a few of the reasons to consider a motorcycle as your next commuter vehicle. Read More …

How Window Tint Prevents Skin Cancer

11 July 2015
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On the surface, it may seem like tinted windows serve the sole purpose of looking great. Every year, almost 5 million Americans are treated for skin cancer, and having your windows tinted can prevent you from becoming one of them. UV Rays Skin cancer starts with exposure to UV rays, and if you have ever been in a car during the day, you've been exposed to them. The two types of UV rays you will encounter in your vehicle are: Read More …

Rrrrrip! There’s A Tear In Your Car’s Seat… Now What Do You Do?

6 July 2015
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Not every car accident involves hitting something with your vehicle. Sometimes all it takes is an overexcited pet or some old seat material for your car's upholstery to suddenly have a big gash. If your seats are looking a bit worse for the wear, here are a few of your options to get them fixed up.  Check If The Damage Is Reparable The most common spot for seat rips is the bolsters, or the part of the seat that sticks out on the sides. Read More …

How To Save Money By Changing Your Own Oil

23 June 2015
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Oil is the lifeblood of your vehicle and it needs to be changed on a regular basis to keep the engine operating at high efficiency. Over time, oil collects dirt and that dirt runs through the engine along with the oil as it lubricates. Changing the oil will remove the dirty contaminated oil, and replace it with fresh motor oil that will help you with gas consumption and the car's acceleration. Read More …