Why Is Your Car Stalling?

Automotive Blog

Are you having problems keeping your car running when you come to a stop? Before you take your car to the shop for repairs, you should try to get an idea of what is causing the car to stall. Below, you will find the three most common causes of cars stalling when idling to give you an idea of what could be going on. Bad Gas The gas that you put in your car could actually be what is causing the car to stall.

28 September 2015

3 Signs You May Need To Have Your Car Looked At By A Mechanic

Automotive Blog

It's important to take careful care of your vehicle so that you can get around safely and are able to protect your investment. If you don't keep up with regular care, you may have to pay a lot of money for serious repairs. It's important to recognize warning signs that you may need repairs so that you can get help as soon as you notice an issue. Take a look at the following information to better understand some of the warning signs that may point to the need to see a mechanic.

2 September 2015

Troubleshooting Battery Problems In Your Car

Automotive Blog

You don't have to think much about your car battery until something goes wrong. They are made to keep working until the last moment when they give out. There are a few signs to tell you that there could be a battery problem. Then it's time to drive right to an auto repair services shop to get it looked at. Delaying that trip might find you stranded in the mall parking lot with a dead battery.

14 August 2015

3 Reasons Why Your Car Is Shaking

Automotive Blog

Does your car shake when you drive it? Does it feel like the steering wheel is rattling in your hands? If so, then you may want to get it inspected as soon as possible. A shaking car could signal any number of problems, including engine trouble, suspension problems, and wheel or tire issues. The shaking may be an easy fix, but if you let it go on too long, you could have a much more costly and complex issue on your hands.

30 July 2015

Emerging Agricultural Technologies

Automotive Blog

Throughout history, the farm has been a breeding ground of new technology. From the first true automobile, the steam-powered tractor of the late 19th century, to the genetically modified produce of today, the farm has been at the bleeding edge of scientific advancement for hundreds of years. As the 21st century has already seen great advances in Internet-connected devices and alternate energy, the application of these technologies to the agricultural sector is sure to enhance production and spur further innovation in the years to come.

8 July 2015

5 Ways To Tell If Your Brakes Need To Be Replaced

Automotive Blog

Having a truck requires maintenance, but it may be hard to determine when that is needed. Brakes are one part of the truck that is vital to haveig them work well, so here are five ways to tell if you need to have them replaced. High-Pitch Screech One of the first warnings you will have that your brakes need to be replaced is a high-pitch screech. This sound comes from the wear indicator, which is actually just a metal shim that is placed in the gap as a spacer.

25 June 2015

3 Ways To Prolong The Life Of Your Car's Braking System

Automotive Blog

Your car's braking system plays a vital role in the overall performance and safety of your vehicle. Unfortunately, many car owners tend to overlook the importance of maintaining a car's braking system; instead, prioritizing other aspects of the car's performance, such as the engine and the transmission are often seen as more important. Here are a few simple tips that car owners can keep in mind to prolong the life of a car's braking system, stay safer on the road, and save money on repairs.

11 June 2015