Could You Be Damaging Your Vehicle's Transmission?

Your car gets used almost every single day, and it sees a lot of wear and tear over the years. Unfortunately, many people don't realize the damage that they do to their vehicle based on the way they drive or maintain it. Here are some ways that you could actually be damaging your vehicle's transmission. Not Coming To A Full Stop When Shifting From Reverse One habit that everyone has all likely done at some point is caused transmission damage due to how they shift gears. [Read More]

The Importance Of Regular Oil Changes (By A Professional)

It's fairly common knowledge that vehicles should get an oil change every 3 to 5,000 miles, or every 3 months or so. But while this is common knowledge, you might not exactly understand why it is so important. A regular oil change can provide several important benefits for your vehicle. Here's why you should always make room for your next oil change in your schedule, and also why you might want to rely on a professional to handle this important task. [Read More]

Why Your Car's Low Transmission Fluid Level Needs Immediate Attention

After finding drops of red fluid under your car, you may have checked the transmission fluid level only to find that it is low. While you may be able to refill the fluid yourself, there is a good chance that the levels will continue to drop. If so, there are a couple of reasons why your car's low transmission fluid level warrants immediate attention by a professional. 1.  Decreased Pressure Increases the Risk of Gear Slippage [Read More]

Tips For Spotting Potential Brake Problems With Your Vehicle

There are many aspects of your vehicle that need to work for you to have a ride that is safe and comfortable. Of all the aspects of your vehicle, the brake system is crucial to ensuring your safety. That is why it helps to watch out for the following problems to identify when it is time to take your car in for auto repair. Vibrations Every car controls a bit different, but you're likely familiar with the sensation of your vehicle's brake pedal when pressing down on it. [Read More]