Owning a car can be confusing, and with the amount of car owners on the road, it is no secret that there are a lot of car maintenance myths floating around. Test your knowledge of car care with our car maintenance quiz.
Q: How long can brakes last?
A: It depends on the make and model of your car, but brakes can last anywhere from 25,000 to 50,000 miles. This is also determined with your driving habits in mind, as those who stop-and-go drive more frequently will have to change their brakes more than those who drive mostly on the highway without traffic.
Q: Is changing the oil and filter necessary?
A: Yes. Changing these features will help the engine last longer. Changing the oil regularly -- experts recommend doing so once every 3,000 miles -- will help your engine run smoother and will decrease the chances you ...[more]
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Off-roading may be a necessity of your lifestyle, or an exciting weekend diversion. In either case, you may already know what it’s like to encounter a situation that your tires are not prepared for. A particularly muddy path, or a snowy and slush-filled road can both prove challenging to a vehicle that is equipped with the wrong type of off road tires. Whether you choose Dunlop tires, or Goodyear tires, here are the two biggest questions that you should ask yourself when considering your options.
Where do you plan to off road?
Off road tires come in a myriad of treads and sizes. For most people, one of the following three types of tires will be sufficient.
Did you know that almost 175,000 businesses in the U.S. are auto repair companies? The purpose of any auto repair business is to diagnose and fix vehicle problems as quickly and as accurately as possible. Between 2006 and 2016, there is expected to be a 14% jump in the number of auto mechanics. If you are looking for a qualified, trustworthy mechanic, look for places that have Automotive Service Excellence certified employees. When it comes to options for your car repair, there are several things you should know.
Are the tires your mechanic recommends the best fit for you? All terrain tires like Goodyear tires are one option they might recommend. These tires are not just for goi ...[more]
One thing we sometimes hear from customers buying tires in Puyallup, WA is, “what’s all that information on the tire sidewall mean?” It’s kind of a lot to go into all at once, but let’s see if we can clear it up briefly:
Did you know that demand for auto repairs is anticipated to rise almost 10% over the next year? This is probably because the auto industry in general is expected to experience a 3% growth rate as the economy picks up. For better or for worse, more cars means more repairs, and getting your car fixed up is no small task. Here are three tips, though, for maintaining your vehicle through the fair and tough weather.
1. Consider Upgrading Your Tires
Did you know that the average tire lasts for 25,000 to 50,000 miles? When it comes to buying tires, the right fit for your car and lifestyle can impact fuel economy ...[more]
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