Wheel Alignment Basics

Wheel Alignment Basics THE BASICS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WHEEL ALIGNMENT Keeping your car in tip-top shape is one of the most important things about car ownership. To fully enjoy your mean machine, you’ll have to learn all the parts that need attention every now and then. In this article, we’ll be looking at…

Top Signs of Engine Trouble

Top Signs of Engine Trouble TOP 5 SIGNS OF ENGINE PROBLEMS We have all been there: While sitting at a red light or stop sign, “What is that strange noise and where is it coming from?”. Is that noise coming from my car? Is that a squeal or a squeak? Is it serious? Is it going…

Tips on Driving In The Rain

Tips on Driving In The Rain How to Drive in Rain: 5 Quick Tips (and One Suggestion) Whether you live in America’s driest city or its soggiest, rain makes driving more challenging and dangerous. To help you avoid the rainy-day car-accident blues, here are 5 quick tips. A few rainy winter days and Spring is…

Tips on Buying a New Car

Tips on Buying a New Car Buying a New Car? Are you, or someone you know, thinking of buying a used car? Have you taken into consideration all of the potential warning sings of a problematic purchase? Have you made sure that the vehicle meets state inspection criteria? Have you reviewed a CARFAX report and had a professional…

Oil Changes

Oil Changes Most vehicle manufacturers recommend changing the oil once a year or every 5,000 miles in passenger car and light truck gasoline engines. For diesel engines and turbocharged gasoline engines, the usual recommendation is every 3,000 miles or six months. If you read the fine print, however, you’ll discover that the once a year, 5,000…

How to Take Care of your Car in the Heat

How to Take Care of your Car in the Heat Summer is just around the corner…Is your vehicle prepared to “Take the Heat”? When outside temperatures rise, vehicles feel it too. High temps can destroy car batteries, stress their cooling systems, and wear on their tires. As a precaution, vehicle owners should periodically check these…

The Penny Test: A Quick Way to Check Tire Wear

The Penny Test: A Quick Way to Check Tire Wear   The replacement of old tires is a common maintenance expense, one that also happens to be vital to your safety on the road. Knowing when they’re ready to be switched out isn’t difficult, but it does require a bit of knowledge about tire tread wear and…

How to Make Your Car Last 200,000 Miles — and Beyond

How to Make Your Car Last 200,000 Miles — and Beyond By Katie LaBarre | U.S.News & World Report LP – Wed, Jun 27, 2012 8:44 AM EDT Last October, the odometer in Joe LoCicero’s 1990 Honda Accord rolled past the 1 million-mile mark. He’s a damage claims inspector who reportedly drives his Accord about 62,500 miles…

Facts About Pot Holes

Facts About Pot Holes Drivers know immediately when they hit a pothole, but what they don’t always know is if their vehicle has been damaged in the process. To help determine if hitting a pothole has damaged your vehicle, watch for the following warning signs: Loss of control Swaying when making routine turns Bottoming-out on city…

General Driving Tips

General Driving Tips 1. To properly align your driver side mirror, put your head close to the window and position your mirror so you just can see your car. 2. If your mirrors are positioned correctly, a passing car should appear in your side mirror before leaving your rearview mirror. You should also see a…

Car Maintenance Tips That Can Add Life to Your Car

Car Maintenance Tips That Can Add Life to Your Car Is auto repair something you have thought about tackling yourself? Perform your own auto repairs when possible by adhering to the following helpful guide. Don’t forget to ask tons of questions when taking your car to an auto repair service. These questions should be geared…

AUTO SERVICE & CAR REPAIR: Maintenance Guide

AUTO SERVICE & CAR REPAIR: Maintenance Guide Courtesy of:  The Car Care Council This maintenance guide is designed for the motorist who drives their car an average of 12,000 to 15,000 miles a year in a city like Dallas or Fort Worth where the typical daily commute consists of some stop-and-go driving in heavy to moderate traffic…

auto repairWe are a Digital Shop

Our technicians use the latest technology to not only tell you if there are any issues with your vehicle, but show you. If we uncover an issue the photo will be e-mailed to you for your records. At the end of every visit you will receive a detailed report regarding the general health of your vehicle. Our #1 goal is to keep you safe on the road.