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Is My Car Battery Dying?

You are already five minutes behind and have a busy day ahead. You hurry out to your car, slid into the seat, and try to turn the engine over. Nothing happens. You give it a few more tires, and still, nothing. We have all been in this situation. Your car battery is something many drivers take for granted, until it stops working. It is like the heart of your car, and if it stops your car will not have the power to start or move. You don’t want to be caught off guard. It is easy to know when your battery is dead, but better to know the signs of your battery wearing out. Here is what to watch for, and how to know when it is time for a new battery. No Crank, No Lights, No Start Your battery powers all the accessories in your vehicle, and this is a sure sign it is completely dead—void of all signs of power. Not much you can do except find someone to jump your car or call a tow truck. Sometimes you might have just left the interior lights on all night. Other times you migh ... read more

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I Hit a Curb, Now What Should I Do?

Our mechanics hear this all the time, and it can happen to even the best of drivers. This is a common problem in the winter months, but really it can happen at any time. It might not seem like a major problem, but hitting a curb can do more damage than you think. If you hit a curb, don’t just ignore it. Instead pull over and check for damage. But first you need to know where to look, how to evaluate the situation, and determine the best action to take. How Serious was It? Not all curb hits are equal. The first thing you want to consider is how fast you were driving when you ran into the curb. Next you want to note is the height of the curb. If you are driving a car at 50 mph and hit a curb that was higher than six inches, you are most likely to some serious damage to the front end. But if you hit a small, three inch curb going only five miles per hour, then you might not have any damage at all. It also can vary depending on the vehicles construction. Issues that Resul ... read more

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