Hello! Welcome to my blog. My name is Audrey and today, I would like to invite you all to learn about the wonders of the automobile. I first became interested in the auto mobile after the death of my husband. Until that point, I had no interest in cars at all. My husband did all the driving and I simply had to turn up on time and climb into the back. However, a few days after the funeral, I walked into our garage and I decided that I would learn how to drive and how to maintain an automobile. Our mechanic has been very good at teaching me a few things and giving me some top advice.
9 August 2017
If you have imported a foreign car into Australia from the US, European or Japanese markets, you may be tempted to have it serviced and repaired at your local auto repair shop. However, it may be more beneficial to have your car serviced by a mechanic who specialises in working on foreign cars. Below is a guide to 2 benefits of having your imported car serviced by a specialist rather than a regular auto repair shop.
8 August 2017
The muffler on your car's exhaust system performs an essential job. When the engine is running, high-pressure gas is being constantly forced through the exhaust system; this creates vibration and noise. The muffler on your car is designed to insulate the exhaust system and to stop this noise from entering the environment. Below is a guide to 3 signs that you need to have the muffler on your vehicle repaired or replaced.
6 August 2017
If your car's current tyres have worn out, here are two important factors which you should take into consideration when shopping for a replacement set: Pricing The price of tyres can vary quite a bit. If you're on a tight budget, you might be thinking about opting for economy tyres. These are usually made from a rubber compound which is substantially less robust than standard or premium tyres. If you travel long distances in your car on a daily basis, buying a set of cheap tyres will probably end up being a false economy.
4 August 2017
Auto mechanical repairs can be expensive and usually take quite a bit of time to perform. As such, you may find yourself tempted to postpone having repair work done to your vehicle for as long as possible. However, if you don't want to endure the hassle of a roadside breakdown, it's important to pay attention to the warning signs that your car is in need of repair. Here are two signs that mean that it's time to take it to a mechanic: