Automatic Transmissions: Things They Never Tell You in Driving School

Posted on: 9 April 2019
A majority of drivers today have vehicles with automatic transmission. This is no surprise considering the numerous benefits attributed to a car with automatic transmission. First, the transmission is easy to use compared to a manual transmission. Newbies don't have to struggle to coordinate their limbs as they shift gears. Secondly, automatic cars give ample time to the driver to focus on the road rather than shifting the gears. This improves the driver's ability to respond to situations on the road and manage emergencies effectively.
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Issues With Automobile Quick Fixes You May Not Know About

Posted on: 28 January 2019
There are several automobile issues you will have that may lead you to using a quick fix instead of a mechanic. Though these quick fix methods can help with the initial issue, you may be hurting your car more than you are helping it. You may also end up having to visit your car professional to fix the issues the quick fix caused. Here are some of the issues with those quick fixes and what you need to know about each one.
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Two reasons to use a pre-purchase inspection service before buying a used car

Posted on: 21 November 2018
If you are thinking about buying a specific used car, it might be worth getting this vehicle inspected by a mechanic that provides a pre-purchase inspection service. Read on to find out why. It could create room for negotiation The results of the pre-purchase inspection service could potentially enable you to negotiate with the car seller and buy the vehicle for significantly less than the asking price. For example, if whilst performing the inspection service, the mechanic comes across any damage or defects that the seller did not disclose in their advertisement (or when they met you in person to show you the car), then you may be able to use this as a bargaining chip of sorts.
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How to Make Sure Your Car Heater Works in the Bleak Midwinter

Posted on: 18 September 2018
It is said that people who live in subtropical climates suffer from a "thinner" blood, which makes them particularly susceptible to any colder weather. Whether this is just an old wives' tale or not, the fact remains that winter time can get quite chilly in certain parts of the continent. As you may remember this sensation from last year, you will need to make sure that your vehicle comes to your defence when the mercury dips, and make sure that the heater springs into action.
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