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Are Your Shocks & Struts Failing? When Your Suspension System Needs Attention

The Consequences of Worn-out Shocks and Struts: When Your Suspension System Needs Attention When it comes to your vehicle's suspension system, the shocks and struts play a crucial role in providing a smooth and comfortable ride. However, over time, wear and tear can take a toll on these components, compromising their performance and putting your safety at risk. In this article, we will explore what happens when shocks or struts are worn out, highlighting the signs that indicate the need to replace them and the potential consequences of neglecting this important maintenance task. Shocks and struts, often referred to as shock absorbers, are essential parts of your vehicle's suspension system. Read More...

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Texas Eliminates The Vehicle Station Inspection Requirement

In a recent move that has sparked discussions and debates, Texas has eliminated the vehicle station inspection requirement. This change in policy has significant implications for vehicle owners across the state. So, what were the reasons behind this decision, its potential impact on road safety, and what Texas residents should be aware of moving forward? For years, Texas has implemented a vehicle station inspection program aimed at ensuring that vehicles on the road meet safety and emissions standards. These inspections required vehicle owners to have their cars inspected annually. The inspections covered various aspects such as lights, brakes, tires, emissions, and other safety components. So - here's the contradiction that Read More...

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Signs You May Need An Alignment

A common complaint that we see is client telling us that the vehicle is pulling one way or another. This is generally thought to be an alignment issue, but we have to look at all the different aspects of what could cause it. Your vehicle pulling to one side can be annoying, and in some cases, it can even be dangerous. So here's a few things that can cause a vehicle to pull one way or another. Causes of Vehicle Pulling:  1. Tire Pressure: Uneven tire pressure is one of the leading causes of vehicle pulling. When one of the tires has low pressure, it creates a difference in rolling Read More...

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Ford & Tesla Partnership Stirs Up EV Industry

Ford's recent partnership with Tesla to adopt their charging connector and Supercharger network has stirred up the EV industry. This unexpected collaboration has sparked questions about the future of the Combined Charging System (CCS), the widely accepted charging standard. In this blog post, we explore the implications of this deal and its potential impact on the EV charging infrastructure, including the advantages of Tesla's charging infrastructure and the concerns surrounding CCS. Tesla's Charging Infrastructure Advantages Tesla's Supercharger network has gained recognition for its efficiency and extensive coverage. With high-power DC fast chargers strategically placed along popular travel routes, Tesla owners enjoy convenient access to fast charging. Ford's decision to leverage Read More...

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What You Should Know About Catalytic Converters

Catalytic converter theft has become an increasingly prevalent problem in recent years, with thieves targeting the valuable precious metals found inside these emission control devices. In this blog post, we will discuss what catalytic converters are, why they are targeted by thieves, and what steps you can take to protect your vehicle from theft. What is a Catalytic Converter? A catalytic converter is a device that is installed in the exhaust system of a vehicle to reduce the emissions of harmful pollutants such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, and hydrocarbons. The catalytic converter works by converting these pollutants into less harmful gases such as carbon dioxide, water vapor, and nitrogen. Read More...

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