Monthly Archives: April 2020

Why Your Vehicle’s Transmission is So Important

Even if you’re not that familiar with the inner workings of your vehicle, you’re probably still aware that the transmission is one of the most critical components of your vehicle. But do you know why? Here’s a closer look at the transmission of a vehicle and why it’s so important to take care of it.[Read more…]

Best Brakes Brands

The brakes on your vehicle are essential for many different reasons, the main one being the safety of you, your passengers and the other drivers on the road. We know you have a lot of choices for brake pads and accessories, so we’ve compiled a list of the best brake brands on the market. Read[Read more…]

Why You Should Service Your Radiator Before the Summer

There are several things you should do to get your vehicle ready for the summer. The most important thing is to have your radiator checked by a professional mechanic.   What does a vehicle radiator do? When your vehicle is running, it pumps coolant through the engine to prevent it from overheating. The coolant then[Read more…]

What Are Shocks and Struts and What do They Do

Do you ever wonder what the purpose of the shocks and struts on your vehicle are? Let’s take a closer look at shocks and struts and what they do.   What are Shocks? Shock absorbers, usually called “shocks,” on a vehicle have one job. Their sole purpose is to keep the vehicle from bouncing while[Read more…]

What the NJ State Inspection Covers for Your Vehicle

If you live in New Jersey and own a vehicle, you’re probably aware of the inspections you’re required to have every two years or every five years, depending on the age of your vehicle, to keep your registration current. There are two main parts to an inspection which covers both safety and emissions. Here’s a[Read more…]

The Common Errors an Inexperienced Person Will Make Changing Oil

Changing your oil yourself may seem easier and less expensive than getting it done by an experienced mechanic, but that’s not necessarily the case. In fact, unless you are a qualified mechanic, you may unknowingly make errors as you go. These mistakes can be costly and dangerous in the long run. Read on for more[Read more…]