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Top Signs your Vehicle Needs a Cooling Flush

Top Signs your Vehicle Needs a Cooling Flush

Heat brings about challenges to your car's engine and, thus, it's entire functioning. To begin with, when the engine is running, its internal components rub against each other, causing friction hence generating a lot of heat. Also, during summer, the heat from the engine combines with ambient temperatures creating immense heat calling for cooling. Luckily, cars have measures meant to protect the engine from the heat. Your car's engine cooling system and the antifreeze is responsible for keeping it cool. Therefore, keeping this coolant fresh with your vehicle's recommended coolant flushes is crucial. Hence, knowing when your vehicles require a coolant flush is vital. Top Signs Your Vehicle Needs a Coolant Flush Overheating or High-Temperature Gauge - if your car's temperature gauge is high or climbing up as you drive and your engine is recurrently overheating, it is time to get it checked and have coolant flush. It is recommended to visit a car me ... read more

What Can Wear Tires Down Prematurely?

What Can Wear Tires Down Prematurely?

Worn-out tires are a safety hazard for drivers, passengers, and other road users. Bald tires cause thousands of accidents each year. Poor traction impairs braking and can prove disastrous in horrible weather conditions. Tire treads are what allow the vehicle to maintain its grip on wet surfaces. Age is usually the most common cause of worn-out tires, but sometimes our habits contribute to them getting worn out prematurely.   Identifying these habits will help tires last longer. Read on to find out more about some of the things that cause tires to wear out and how you can prevent them from happening.   Improper Wheel Alignment It is the most common cause of tires getting worn out prematurely. Correctly aligned tires set the angles of the wheels parallel to each other and perpendicular to the ground. A clear sign of improperly aligned wheels is balding on one side of the tire. It indicates that the wheel angles are not aligned, causing the vehicle to lean ... read more

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