How to Check Your Tyres At Home

Posted on: 6 February 2018

If you take your car to a reputable tyre dealership, a thorough inspection of your vehicle's tyres can be conducted. This is done by raising your car up on a hydraulic platform that allows the inside and outside of each tyre to be looked at closely without any danger of the vehicle falling onto the inspector. Although it is sometimes tempting to raise your car up on a jack so that you can get a better view of the underside of your tyres, you should never do this.
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The Brake Failure Signs That You May Not Know About

Posted on: 5 February 2018

Whilst everyone knows that their brakes require attention when the brake warning light appears, that's far from being the only indicator that you're dealing with brake trouble. Below, you'll learn about some of the most serious -- and yet sometimes least known -- signs of impending brake failure.  Metallic Noises Whilst Applying the Brakes If your brake pads are starting to wear down, the brake pad wear indicators will screech, groan, squeal, or make other unpleasant metallic noises whilst you're applying the brakes.
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Getting Hitched: Should You Choose A Manual Or Electric Winch For Your Boat Trailer?

Posted on: 5 February 2018

Using a trailer to transport your boat over dry land can be considerably cheaper and more convenient than sailing from port to port or paying boat transportation companies to move your boat. However, without a winch that can safely pull a floating vessel onto your trailer, your trailer won't be much use. As such, you should put as much time and effort into choosing your boat winch as you do your trailer and even the boat itself, and this means deciding whether to opt for a manual or electric winch.
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3 Types of Tyre and Wheel Services Every Car Requires

Posted on: 28 January 2018

Your car tyres are the only part of the vehicle that remain in contact with the road surface all the time. In other words, the tyres are the main source of connection between your vehicle and the ground you are travelling on. Well-cared for tyres ensure better handling of the vehicle on the road, which translates into increased driving safety and comfort, but also prolonged tyre life. Therefore, taking your car to the auto service shop for tyre and wheels servicing as part of routine maintenance is critical to ensuring optimal car performance.
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