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Why You Should Also Use Your Car’s Air Conditioning System When It’s Cold

Do you look forward to a change of season? If so, you may be ready to break out the barbecue when summer comes along and be ready to pull all of those Christmas decorations out of the attic. You may know that some of these activities are purely seasonal, however, and don't think about them for the rest of the year. In turn, you may use this approach when dealing with some other components on your car and in particular, the air conditioning. Read More 

Why Levelling Out Your Caravan Is No Longer a Chore

As you get older, you may opt for more creature comforts, especially as it has become more challenging to deal with manual tasks. This is certainly true when it comes to your leisure time activities, as you plan your annual caravanning holiday. If you hate having to fight with your caravan while you try to level it out at your chosen destination, then relief has now arrived. Why should you consider fitting a brand-new system to your tourer? Read More 

Tips for Choosing the Ideal Auto Service Shop for Your Car

If you are a new car owner, one of the most challenging tasks you will have to accomplish is choosing an auto service shop. Regular maintenance and service of your car are crucial to its performance and durability. For this reason, it is important that you choose the right auto service shop. The process of selecting an auto service shop can be harder than it seems especially if you have never been around cars or auto service shops long enough to understand what is required. Read More 

Three Brake Care Tips to Prolong the Service Life

The cost of repairing and replacing components in the braking system can be high. Therefore, you should think about protecting your brakes from accelerated degradation, general damage and premature failure. Often, vehicle owners blame the quality of their brake parts for the fast deterioration. This might be the case in some vehicles. However, in most cases, the fast wear can be traced to lack of maintenance and poor driving habits. Here are some simple tips to help you extend the brake system lifespan a little. Read More 

The First Four Steps of Cylinder Head Reconditioning Explained

An internal combustion engine, found in most of the vehicles you see around, comes with a cylinder block comprising a couple of cylinders. The cylinder head sits on top of all the cylinders to seal and keep them safe. More importantly, the cylinder head houses passages for the mixture of fuel and air to facilitate combustion in the engine. It also has exhaust valves for removing the unwanted gases produced by combustion in the engine. Read More