• Make Your Vehicle Last

    Tuesday 03 October 2017

    We live in such a disposable society. It's amazing all the stuff we throw away. New stuff comes out so fast, we just toss the old and move on. In the old days, folks were real sticklers about taking care of their things. If something got lost or ruined by neglect, tough - they had to do without. Most drivers couldn't afford new vehicles very often, so they had to make them last as long as they could.It's a good thing that vehicles are more reliable these days. They just don't break d... read more

  • Looking Down the Road - Headlamps

    Sunday 16 July 2017

    If you've ever been driving around and had a headlamp go out, you've probably just wanted to replace the bad bulb. If your car uses halogen headlamps, they dim over time. So if you just put in one, they won't have the same brightness, which can be distracting and will affect your field of vision.To have your headlights inspected, visit us at Snellville Auto Center. We're at in , . Or give us a call at .Experts at Snellville Auto Center recommend replacing you... read more

  • Regular Schedule or Severe Service Schedule at Snellville Auto Center?

    Wednesday 22 February 2017

    Today's Snellville Auto Center article focuses on severe service maintenance. Many drivers are not aware of them and yet there are also very vocal advocates in who think that severe service schedules apply to everyone. Somewhere between a complete lack of awareness and the dire blanket statements lies a reasonable approach to severe service maintenance at Snellville Auto Center.To back up a little, vehicle owner's manuals have schedules for preventive maintenance: things like... read more

  • Keeping Your Car Young in

    Wednesday 22 February 2017

    As consumers, we live in a disposable society. It's amazing all the stuff we throw away.New stuff comes out so fast in , and much of it is fairly cheap, so we just toss the old and move on. It seems like when we were kids our parents were real sticklers about taking care of our stuff - especially parents who grew up in the Depression. You know, hang up your clothes, polish your shoes, put away your toys. If something got lost or ruined by neglect, tough; we had to do without.  We couldn't... read more