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When It's Time to Replace Your Brake Components

Your car's brake components might be elusive, but they can sustain heavy damage over time. Check your vehicle's brakes regularly, and watch out for these warning signs.

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Five Big Benefits of Buying Used Auto Parts

Used auto parts aren't only inexpensive. They're often well-maintained. Check out the five biggest benefits of buying used, and find the best auto parts available without breaking your wallet.

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What to Do with Your Old Car

It makes sense to drive an older car for a number of reasons, most notably the savings of owning the car outright rather than making monthly payments and if you're comfortable with it, you don't need as much insurance as required by a loan provider. However, when a car gets to the point in which it is no longer reliable you may realize you need to reevaluate whether to continue driving the car at which point you have to make a decision about what to do with it.

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Repairs for Your Fleet

Anyone who owns fleet vehicles understands how maintenance and repairs are an important aspect of keeping the cars and trucks on the road so they can be earning the money needed to keep your business running. You probably have an employee who is directly responsible for assuring they are running well. Whether you hire an outside mechanic as needed or have a large enough fleet to justify keeping an in-house mechanic to perform the needed repairs, you're going to need to buy parts to keep the fleet running properly and safely.

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Do You Change Your Car's Oil Yourself? Learn How to Properly Dispose of It

If you are familiar with car's, you may change the oil in your vehicle yourself. This can help you to save some money, or may even be a task you enjoy doing. However, when you are done, you are left with old, used oil. By law, this oil has to properly be disposed of. It cannot simply be tossed in the trash or sent down a street gutter. This is because oil can be harmful to our water supplies and animals. But this leaves you with an important question. What should you do with your old oil?

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Signs You Have a Radiator Leak

Your car's radiator has an important function. It helps to keep your car's engine from overheating. However, if the radiator has a leak, it may be unable to perform its job well. If your car's engine were to overheat, substantial damage can be done to the engine. This is why it is so important to know what the signs are that something may be wrong with your radiator and to take your car to an auto repair shop as soon as possible if you notice any of these signs. Here are a few of the signs that your car may have a radiator leak.

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What Does a Company That Buys Junk Cars Do with Those Junk Cars?

You have likely heard or seen radio, television or billboard advertisements for companies that buy junk cars. When you hear this, you may find yourself wondering why anyone would buy a junk car and what they do with those cars. Here are three different things that companies that buy junkers do with those old cars.

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Factors to Consider When Deciding Whether to Sell or Fix an Old Junk Car

If you have an older car, there may come a point in time where that car needs major repairs. You may find yourself wondering if you should really make the repairs or if the car is too far gone and it just needs to be sold to a junk buyer. Making this decision can be challenging, as there are multiple factors to consider. Here are three important factors that will help guide you to the right decision for you and your car.

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Four Signs You have a Bad or Failing Radiator

The radiator has one job and it's an important one: to keep your engine from overheating. Internal combustion engines produce a lot of heat when in use. The coolant in your vehicle circulates through the engine and the radiator, absorbs the heat and uses the air passing through the radiator to cool it down. 

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How to Self Diagnose your Check Engine light

We've all been there. Driving home after a long day at work when all of the sudden that ominous check engine light shines brightly on your car's instrument panel. As questions of what the issue could be start popping into your head, all you can see are dollar signs. Especially considering most mechanics charge a premium just to diagnose the issue.

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