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Understanding Automotive Maintenance and Repairs

Hello, my name is Anisa. Welcome to my site about automotive maintenance and repairs. My vehicles remain in good condition due to the way I approach the maintenance process. I closely follow the manufacturer’s guidelines on timing or mileage intervals to ensure the parts are replaced on schedule. I also make sure to use the highest quality fluids to keep the parts running cool. I will use this site to explore all of the procedures you will need to complete to keep your car in good running condition. I will also talk about common repair techniques you can use to restore worn or damaged parts. Thanks for visiting.

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Registering Your New Car Or Truck For The First Time
10 July 2017

When you buy a new car or truck, there are many th

Auto Body Sticker Shock: 4 Reasons Why The Cost Of Auto Body Repairs Are Skyrocketting
10 May 2017

In an effort to improve fuel economy, auto manufac

3 Tips For Shopping Online For Used Auto Parts
31 March 2016

If you haven't been in the market for used car par

5 Advantages Of Purchasing A Sleeper Cab Semi Truck With Extra USB Ports
11 March 2016

In the past, getting power from your semi truck us

When Buying A Used Car, Don't Harm Its Transmission With A Flush
30 July 2015

Taking care of your car's transmission is one of t

Registering Your New Car Or Truck For The First Time

When you buy a new car or truck, there are many things that are going to happen and the dealer that you get the car through will most likely take care of a lot of the work for you. They deal with the financing, the temporary registration, and can even help you get the insurance requirements met. But when it comes time to register the vehicle the first time, you need to handle the requirements on your own: Read More 

Auto Body Sticker Shock: 4 Reasons Why The Cost Of Auto Body Repairs Are Skyrocketting

In an effort to improve fuel economy, auto manufacturers are using lighter materials, such as aluminum, in place of steel. The newer the car, the more aluminum it's likely to have. While having a lighter car does mean you will pay less at the pump, you may end up paying more at the auto body shop. Costs for repairing aluminum are usually higher, and not all shops have the training to do the work properly. Read More 

3 Tips For Shopping Online For Used Auto Parts

If you haven't been in the market for used car parts before, you may have a false impression of what buying used car parts is like. Many people who are inexperienced with used part shopping picture ramshackle junk yards full of rusted out cars and unpleasant guard dogs. The truth is, shopping for used car parts today is a much more pleasant and streamlined experience. You may not realize it, but automotive recycling has grown into a $22 billion dollar a year business, and it's as organized as any other major industry. Read More 

5 Advantages Of Purchasing A Sleeper Cab Semi Truck With Extra USB Ports

In the past, getting power from your semi truck used to rely on car adapters, a bunch of cables, and connections to auxiliary power units (APU). Advances in technology have made it a lot easier to plug in devices, especially modern electronics that use a USB connection. As you shop for a semi truck, you want to consider the number of power options in both the front cab and the sleeper. Read More 

When Buying A Used Car, Don’t Harm Its Transmission With A Flush

Taking care of your car's transmission is one of the most important aspects of maintaining your vehicle, as the cost of repairing a malfunctioning transmission can range from $1,000 up to $3,500. If you buy a used car, however, you should forgo force flushes. It could actually do more harm than good. Instead, you should have a fluid change done. Transmission Flush vs. Fluid Change A true transmission flush is different from a transmission fluid change, although service centers might call either a flush. Read More