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December 10, 2013: Simple brake system maintenance can enhance your safety and confidence ahead of holiday travels. Read Article
June 8, 2011: By Jim Kerr Legend has it that love makes the world go round, but when it comes to vehicles, it is small bearings that keep things turning. With summer soon here, there will be many drivers towing trailers again. It may be a small utility trailer to get landscaping supplies, a boat trailer for some fun at the lake or a travel trailer for some adventure across the country. Unfo... Read Article
May 25, 2011: By Jim Kerr One of the key safety items on a vehicle is its tires: they provide directional control and stopping ability. They also have a big effect on fuel economy, and saving fuel seems to be on many drivers’ minds. Looking after your tires takes little time and has many benefits. According to the Rubber Association of Canada (RAC), under-inflated tires rolling on... Read Article
May 4, 2011: By Jim Kerr Spring is here and our vehicles' air conditioning systems are going to be put to work again. For some of us, the cooling we want isn’t going to happen, but most of the time, all it takes is to prevent this is some easy maintenance. The climate control systems in our vehicles are a blended-air type. Air is taken in from outside and passes through the evaporator... Read Article
February 15, 2011: by Jim Kerr Hop into the driver's seat of any new car and you will find yourself surrounded by a multitude of levers, switches, buttons, gauges, and warning lights. Many of them will have small pictures on them to indicate their purpose. These pictures are called ISO (International Standards Organization) symbols, which are supposed to enable anyone to understand their meaning. Rumour has i... Read Article
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