Posted October 25, 2016
Your vehicle’s radiator holds water and antifreeze in a large reservoir to aid keeping the engine cool, and will occasionally require to be flushed. Your vehicle’s radiator keeps the engine cool when it’s running, and it also keeps your engine from freezing when it is parked on cold winter days. ... continue reading.
Posted September 22, 2016
Wiper blades are fundamental for safe driving around Michigan. Efficient wiper blades are as important as good tires and clean oil for your vehicle’s safe operation, yet are often overlooked until there is a problem. A few simple steps will help you extend the life of your wiper blades, and ... continue reading.
Posted August 22, 2016
Back-to-school season has officially begun in Walled Lake. This time of year, parents have to balance multiple schedules, pick-ups, and drop-offs to make sure everyone in the family gets where they need to be, when they need to be there. As your family manages school, practices, extracurricular activities, and work schedules, ... continue reading.
Posted July 20, 2016
The last thing you want to deal with on the roads in Walled Lake is a flat tire. To avoid the stress of changing a tire on the road and the expense of replacing your tires, follow these five steps to reduce the risk of a flat tire and maximize the ... continue reading.
Posted June 23, 2016
When an emergency happens on the road, will you be prepared? The best way you can be ready for any situation on the road is by carrying an emergency kit. Before your next road trip, be sure to gather these tools to stay safe and prepared on the roads: Flashlight. ... continue reading.
Posted May 23, 2016
Having an inspection can seem like you’re asking for trouble. But this simple step is critical to making decisions about the best care for your vehicle. Which is why we’re dedicating this month’s blog to one car care myth, and bringing you the truth you need to know! MYTH: Repair shops ... continue reading.
Posted April 22, 2016
If a vehicle’s timing belt fails, it usually leave the driver stranded on the side of a road needing a tow. A broken timing belt may also mean thousands of dollars in engine damage and repair bills! Why do timing belts break? There are two common causes for timing belt ... continue reading.
Posted March 21, 2016
They’re out there. Lurking in dark shadows, in puddles, lining every street. Potholes season is here, and it means real danger for your car. Hitting a potholes means more than just a hard jolt. They can cause flat tires, bend wheels, and break suspension components! All of these things can ... continue reading.
Posted January 21, 2016
When your brakes start screeching every time you stop, you know it’s time for a brake service. But how can you know if it’s a routine brake pad replacement or if there’s a bigger issue under the surface? The answer: a brake inspection. Your vehicle’s brakes are not just one ... continue reading.
Posted December 22, 2015
On cold winter mornings, the last thing you want to deal with is a car that won’t start. Even though summer heat is usually attributed to damaging car batteries, winter is the time when these issues are most noticeable. Whether it’s evaporated battery fluid, corrosion, or internal damage, a worn ... continue reading.