It’s important to know the signs that indicate your vehicle has brake issues and might need repair.
If you notice any of these, then it’s time to bring your vehicle in for inspection:
- Your brake pedal feels spongy
- Your vehicle takes longer to stop than normal
- Your vehicle pulls to one side when you brake
- Loud sounds or vibrations during braking
- Your vehicle shaking when brake pedal is applied
With winter and icy roads around the corner, having effective brakes is crucial.
Without your car’s transmission, you wouldn’t be going very far! That’s why it’s crucial that you follow these tips and come in for regular inspections!
It may sound strange, but inadequate tire pressure is unhealthy for your transmission. The harder your
transmission has to work to maintain speed, the sooner you’ll have to replace it! So make sure your tires stay full!
Keeping your fluids at appropriate levels helps to guarantee that your car operates smoothly and puts less strain on your transmission. Check your fluids with a dipstick, or come and see us for a check!
Cooling systems also help to cool your transmission fluid. Make sure you keep your car’s cooling system in tip-top condition to avoid both engine failure as well as damage to your transmission.