Bottoming Out: What Happens When A Transmission Hits The Ground

Posted on: 6 October 2017
The phrase, "bottoming out" in the auto industry means that you have put untold force either down or up on the underside of your vehicle. It is usually the fenders and/or the shocks and struts that are affected. However, the transmission can bottom out, too. Here is what happens when your transmission bottoms out. Hit the Ground Running Okay, usually when you "hit the ground running" it is a good thing.
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Tired Of Fighting For A Parking Spot? Why You Need To Download A Parking App

Posted on: 24 July 2017
If you look, you can find an app for just about anything. Some apps are more useful than others. When it comes to downloading the latest apps, you might wonder which ones will benefit you the most. If you do a lot of city driving, you're probably used to fighting for a spot each time you need to park. That's why a parking app is the one that you shouldn't say no to.
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Traveling With An Overweight Load? - 5 Tips To Help Guarantee A Smooth Trip

Posted on: 24 May 2017
On occasion professional truck drivers will be asked to haul a load that is either overweight or too large to fit on the inside of a trailer. If you have ever seen a truck carrying the various sections of a modular home down the highway, you might understand why an overweight auto permit would be necessary. Trucks hauling oversized loads are a bit more tricky to maneuver and coming to a complete stop requires a lot more effort.
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Saving Your Car From Rust

Posted on: 6 March 2017
There are many things that you can do to prevent rust from accumulating on your vehicle. However, even if you take all of the right steps toward avoiding rust, this problem is inevitable. You will need to remove rust in order to protect your car in the long-term.  Gathering Your Supplies The great thing about rust repair is that it is not challenging. However, it is time-consuming. The supplies that you will need to get the job done include:
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