Knowing When to Take Your Car for Servicing

Posted on: 22 January 2018

Because the rise DIY repair guides has made it easier for motorists to access information about their vehicle, some innovative car owners are attempting to service their cars by themselves. Indeed, there are some simple services one can carry out independently, while others will need a skilled car servicing professional to address. It's important to know when it might be a good choice to handle an issue by yourself and when it's time to visit a professional. [Read More]

Trends in the Automobile Industry That will Influence Your Mechanic's Work

Posted on: 3 January 2018

Car technologies and the automobile industry as a whole are evolving at a rapid pace. With constant innovations in car design, safety features and repair methods, car mechanics and their customers need to be aware of how times are changing and what lies ahead for them in the market. It is especially important for you to know how you will continue to maintain your current vehicle or how to handle car repairs when you purchase a new car. [Read More]

Avoid Making These Mistakes When Arranging a Car Hire

Posted on: 8 December 2017

If you're arranging a car hire for yourself, either for your upcoming holiday or for a business trip, you want to ensure you avoid any unnecessary charges and fees and know everything involved in that rental or hire. Note a few common mistakes you'll want to avoid when arranging a car hire so your trip is as hassle-free as possible, and so that you don't have any unpleasant surprises on your rental invoice! [Read More]

Steps to Follow When Cleaning Your Car Battery Terminals

Posted on: 20 October 2017

The function of car batteries is supplying the requisite current to your car's ignition system to introduce cranking thereby starting your engine. Batteries are high on the list of auto servicing requirements, without which you'll experience terminal corrosion among other problems. Terminal corrosions are as a result of hydrogen gas from the battery's acid escaping where the terminals meet the case. The gas then mixes with atmospheric components to form corrosion. [Read More]