Buying New Car Tyres: Tips on Picking the Correct Tyre Size
16 November 2017
Many motorists often forget just how important their tyres are when it comes to ensuring optimal vehicle safety and performance until there is a mandatory car inspection coming up. Tyres are the main point of contact between a vehicle and the road surface when driving. Hence, the condition of the tyres significantly affects vehicle safety and performance.
If you no longer enjoy a smooth ride because your car tyres are old and excessively worn, you will need to replace them.
Moving Forward After the Kobe Steel Debacle: Five Tips to Keep Yourself Safe
26 October 2017
Recently, news was released that Kobe Steel sold subpar steel to a variety of automakers. If you frequently buy parts for your vehicle, you may be wondering if your car might be affected. You may also be wondering how to keep your car safe from subpar parts.
1. Buy From Reputed Suppliers
Whether you're buying Mitsubishi car parts, Toyota parts, or any other car parts, make sure that you get them from a reputable supplier.
Types of Diff Repairs Your Vehicle May Need
31 August 2017
Your rear differential comprises gears, which are constantly covered with oil. This oil functions to ensure the bearings in your differential do not overheat, as this could compromise the operation of your vehicle. Nonetheless, this fluid eventually breaks down as it deteriorates with constant use. As a result, friction occurs in the moving parts, which in turn causes metallic debris to collect in the gear oil. If the oil is not changed on a routine basis, you begin to experience problems with your differential.
How to Ensure That Your New Boat Trailer Doesn't Stop You in Your Tracks
13 July 2017
If you're new to the world of boating, you may have just purchased your first vessel and are planning a weekend away. You may have added a trailer to your fleet as well and are figuring out how you should hook everything up properly. As the boat and trailer combination can represent a considerable additional weight, the whole rig will require some assistance when it comes to braking. What is one of the big braking issues you should be aware of in this situation, so that it doesn't catch you unawares?