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I love to travel. If you're driving, do more than just pack a bag and write an itinerary. Take care of your vehicle through auto service repairs.

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Common Causes of Roadside Breakdowns and How to Prevent Them

26 August 2016
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Breaking down while on the road cause major problems. You could find yourself stuck on a highway surrounded by heavy traffic or at the side of the road in the middle of nowhere. Below is a guide to some of the most common causes of roadside breakdowns and ways you can prevent them. Car Battery Problems with your car battery will normally prevent you from starting the car engine; however, it is possible for battery problems to affect your car mid-drive.
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Three Truths About Your Car Tyres

15 August 2016
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Tyres are often considered the number one safety feature on a vehicle. Thus, taking good care of your tyres is vital. As a new car owner, you're bound to come across various myths and misconceptions about the tyres. Falling for these myths can be dangerous and costly. Here is a discussion on three common myths about car tyres. The "Max Press" Number And Tyre Burst Pressure Tyres come with various bits of information inscribed on their sidewalls.
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Dealership or Corner Garage for Auto Repairs

28 July 2016
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Owning a car comes with the extra burden of maintenance and repair costs. You will need automotive repairs quite a number of times throughout your car's lifetime. For many people, the question of whether to use a dealership or "Joe's garage" at the corner of the block comes every time a repair is needed. Dealerships have technicians who are manufacturer trained to work on specific car makes and models. Ordinary garages, on the other hand, are not tied down to specific car manufacturers.
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How To Tell That Your Car Battery Is About To Die

6 July 2016
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If you have dealt with a flat car battery before, then you how unpleasant the experience can be. The sad story about a dying car battery is that it can go flat anytime at anyplace. That is when you start to look for dubious methods of restarting your car or recharging the battery. However, there are signs that can tell you about a flat battery or one that is almost flat.
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How to become a mechanic

31 May 2016
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A lot of jobs lately are at risk of getting outsourced to computerized replacements, so deciding on a career path that can keep you financially secured for the rest of your life can be difficult. But one profession that will most likely stay relevant is the mechanic, or automotive service technician. While getting into the mechanic industry doesn't particularly require acquiring a university diploma, there are a few steps to the process before you can call yourself a mechanic.
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About Me
Essential Auto Service Before Road Trips: Preparation Tips

Welcome to my blog. My name is Cory, and I love to travel. I especially love long caravan or car journeys, and I have taken several through Australia, Eastern Europe and even Brazil. Now, that I am a bit older, have more responsibilities and can't travel as often, I love to write about it. If you are driving, you have to do more than just pack a bag and write an itinerary. You also have to take care of your vehicle through auto service repairs. Want to know which repairs are essential, which can be avoided and which can be done on your own? Then, you have to explore these posts. I hope they help you have a fabulous journey.