Tips on Choosing the Right Independent Shop to Service Your New Car

Posted on: 14 October 2018

If you'd like to enjoy convenient, comfortable, and liberating travel, getting yourself a new car is a great move. To ensure you hit the road worry-free for kilometres to come, you will need to take proper care of your vehicle. This involves ensuring the vehicle is serviced according to the manufacturer's guidelines. This is called log book servicing. The servicing can be performed at the dealership where you bought your car or at an independent auto service shop.
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How Many Performance Issues Can Be Traced to a Faulty Diesel Pump

Posted on: 30 June 2018

Are you having issues with your diesel engine? You may notice some odd behaviour in a variety of different driving conditions and may find it difficult to put your finger on the issue. While there are several places to look for an answer, one of the first things to check is the diesel pump. This may be a relatively small and simple device, but it can cause all manner of issues when it's not working properly.
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Clutch Problems? Four Signs You Need to Take Action

Posted on: 30 June 2018

While many people opt for the luxury of an automatic gearbox, others prefer to be a little more involved when they're driving. In fact, they may enjoy their time behind the wheel as they change gear manually along their daily commute. Yet, whenever human action is necessary to engage a mechanical component, there's a lot of margin for error. Some of the parts on the vehicle may wear out more quickly and this is especially true of the clutch.
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Developing a financial plan for car repairs

Posted on: 24 April 2018

If you use your car on a daily basis to get to and from work, to pick your children from school, or to travel over long distances, you know how inconveniencing it can be to have your vehicle break down. In addition, costly vehicle repair can exert a financial burden and interfere with your current budget. Car repairs can be quite unpredictable to anticipate. A seemingly minor issue can actually point to a larger problem such as engine or transmission issues that cost a lot to fix.
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