How to Initially Diagnose Issues With Your Car’s Clutch

12 April 2018
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

If your car is fitted with a manual gearbox, it is essentially the driver's responsibility to select the proper gear for the road conditions ahead. In order to do this effectively, you will need to temporarily disconnect the power provided by the engine from the transmission system that turns the wheels. As you may know, this separation occurs when you put your foot on the clutch pedal, but sometimes this part of the system can fail. Read More 

Reasons to Let a Professional Towing Company to Provide Heavy-Haul Roadside Service

11 January 2018
 Categories: , Blog

Do you need to recover a piece of heavy machinery that hasn't yet been delivered to the intended location because the tow vehicle has broken down en route? Or, has the tow vehicle been involved in an accident and you need to have the vehicle and the load it was carrying recovered? If so, you will need to enlist the services of a professional roadside service that focuses on hauling large vehicles and heavy equipment. Read More 

Alternator Problems: Three Common Signs of Impending Failure

5 January 2018
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

The alternator is a critical component in the automotive electrical system. This unit is designed and built to convert the energy from the vehicle's crankshaft into useable electrical power for the vehicle. In addition, the alternator is essential for recharging the battery which provides electricity when the engine is not running. Therefore, if the alternator in your car or truck fails, the entire electrical system will be affected. Here are the common issues that indicate alternator damage and imminent failure. Read More 

4 considerations for auto glass replacement

2 January 2018
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Whether you hit a rock which flicked up an cracked your windscreen, were the victim of a crime which left a damage windscreen or just had an unlucky run-in with a hailstorm, it's never nice to have to deal with a crack in your car's windscreen. What can make this worse is dealing with an unreliable auto glass repair service which could potentially leave you with more damage to your vehicle and an even bigger bill at the end. Read More