Is Your Car Overheating Because Of A Faulty Radiator? Here's What You Should Do About It

Posted on: 2 May 2019

Whether your engine temperature gauge is slowly climbing into the danger zone, your engine automatically shut off due to overheating, or you've got white smoke billowing out from your car hood, you've encountered every driver's worst fear. When your engine overheats while you're driving, it's a major roadside emergency. Overheating is typically caused by a failed radiator, which is responsible for keeping the engine comfortably cool. When the radiator doesn't function, there's no way for your car's engine to dissipate heat — it will always overheat when you're driving it.
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How To Deal With Tandem Parking

Posted on: 3 January 2019

For whatever reason, some apartment complexes have decided that tandem parking is the best way to provide multiple spots for one apartment. Maybe the management thinks anyone sharing an apartment must be such good friends that they will have no problem sharing a spot, but even the best of friends will have different schedules and need different parking priorities. If you and your apartment mates find yourself in this situation, there are ways to prevent one car getting stuck behind another -- but you also need to be aware that towing may be necessary.
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Commonly Encountered Automotive Body Issues

Posted on: 27 October 2018

Many different types of damage can occur to your car's exterior. This can make it necessary for individuals to have at least a basic understanding when it concerns repairing many of the more common issues that can arise with their vehicle's exterior. What Can Be Done For Rust Or Corrosion? Corrosion on the body of the vehicle is one issue that is extremely common. This is particularly prevalent for those with older vehicles, as the coating that protects the vehicle's body and paint from rust may degrade over the years.
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3 Useful Tips to Remember When Choosing a Car Locksmith

Posted on: 24 July 2018

After getting locked out of your vehicle, you may not know what to do. Fortunately, locksmiths are waiting for times like these and can quickly and safely get you back in your vehicle. However, to ensure your experience working with one of these professionals goes smoothly, remember these tips when choosing one. Assess Their Specialty  Not all locksmiths possess the same skills. Some are more competent at dealing with residential home locks, while others deal with automotive locks on a regular basis.
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