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How to Know When to Replace Your Shocks and Struts

Today we’re talking to Washington DC car owners about shocks and struts. They’re easy to forget because they last so long and wear out so slowly. But, good shocks equal good ride quality and safe handling for motorists. Without shocks, your wheels would be bouncing over bumps and lifting in corners. They push the tire down to the road to maximize traction.

Washington DC Drivers: Benefits of Regular Auto Maintenance

A generation ago, Washington DC auto owners seemed to be more inclined to keep their vehicle’s preventive maintenance on schedule. One reason for this may be that vehicles back then were a lot less reliable than they are today. Having your late model vehicle in to your Washington DC shop every year or two for repairs seemed to be a good reminder to keep the oil changed.

Tips for Selecting New Tires and Wheels

Some of us Washington DC motorists just love tires. All those little rubber hairs on new tires and the smell is wonderful. No matter how you drive between Washington DC and the DC metro area, where you want to go or the look you’re after, there is a tire for you.

How Headlights Improve Nighttime Visibility

There are a number of factors that contribute to the high nighttime accident rate in the greater Washington DC metro area, things like drowsy driving and a higher rate of impaired driving. Without a doubt, visibility is a major contributor. Let’s focus on visibility…

Service Technicians Get Training in Advanced Electronics

When your late model vehicle has a problem, or just needs some routine service, you might get a little nervous. Your car’s so important to your life in Washington DC, you need to back on the road as soon as possible – with the problem fixed right the first time.

Drive Train Service Not the Same for all Vehicles

The drive train in your vehicle includes all the vital components that transfer power from the transmission to the wheels. Those components differ depending on what type of vehicle you drive, namely, front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. The drive train service your vehicle needs will also differ by what type of vehicle you drive.

Steer Right In Washington DC

Virtually all vehicles come with power steering. Many Washington DC motorists have never driven a car or truck without it. Power steering assists you when you turn your late model vehicle steering wheel. Without it, it would be very hard to steer.

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