Hearing unexplained noises from your car can be troubling, especially when you don't know a lot about vehicle mechanics. The good news is that most every sound you hear from your vehicle will have an explainable source, and you can often narrow down the source of the problem when you understand what different sounds mean. Here's a look at what you need to know if you're hearing a rattle from your car. [Read More]
What Does Your Car's Airbag Light Mean?
Most modern cars have a dizzying array of warning lights built into the gauge cluster, often with infotainment centers that can spit out a bewildering number of diagnostic messages when something goes wrong. Familiarizing yourself with all of these warnings may seem like a daunting task, but there is one that you should never ignore: the airbag light. In most vehicles, this light will look like a seated person with a deployed airbag in front of them. [Read More]
2 Signs Your Car's Water Pump Has a Slow Leak
Lately, you may have noticed that your car has a small puddle underneath it while parked and that you have to top off the coolant in your radiator every few days. While this problem could be caused by a leaking radiator, the issue could be a slow leak that is coming from the water pump. If you suspect that this could be the case, look for the following signs to confirm that your water pump has a slow coolant leak. [Read More]
Getting A Semi Truck Repaired
Due to many semi truck owners making deliveries over a long distance and on a regular basis, the vehicles often become problematic. Any vehicle that has problems can pose an accident risk when it is driven, but the situation should be taken even more seriously when it is a semi truck. This is because a semi truck is much larger than other vehicles, which means that it has a higher risk of causing fatal injuries when involved in a collision. [Read More]