Categories for Vehicle Maintenance

The Proper Steps to Winterizing Your Semi-Truck

November 26, 2022

The beautiful colors of the Fall will soon change to bare trees, followed by snow and ice, so prepare your semi-truck for snowy weather now! Winter weather can severely impact your truck’s overall performance. For instance, ice might build up on the air system, engine, rims, windshield, etc. This can make driving extremely dangerous and challenging. A well-winterized truck means you’ll be safer and more productive during freezing temperatures and on snowy roads. So, how do I winterize my truck? Don’t fret! Here are tips to help you out.    Inspect the Fuel Filter and Water Separator Reduce the engine damage risk... View Article

Safe Tips for Driving in the Snow

January 6, 2022

Driving in snowy and icy weather can be a daunting prospect. We’re midway through winter already, but there’s still plenty of snow ahead in some parts of the United States. With this in mind, let’s look at a few tips to make sure you’re prepared before you head out and you operate your vehicle safely while on the road. Here are safe driving tips for the snowy season: Test the battery: Your battery power will drop when the temperature drops, so it’s important to regularly test your battery to make sure it won’t die on you at the worst possible... View Article

Identifying and Handling Auto Fluid Loss

November 11, 2021

If you’ve ever seen a puddle underneath your vehicle and wondered, “What is leaking from my car?” you’re not alone. Fluid leaks can be serious problems—or they could be as simple as extra condensation coming off your air conditioner. It’s smart to know how to identify leaking fluids from a vehicle, so you know whether you need to take your vehicle in for repairs. Here’s a quick guide on how to identify fluids leaking from a vehicle: Engine oil: This is one of the most common leaks, and will take place up near the front of your car, where the... View Article

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