Using the appropriate motor oil is critical for optimal vehicle performance. AA Auto Tech discusses how to tell which type of motor oil your vehicle requires.
A vehicle’s cooling system is just as vital in the winter as it is in the summer. If your radiator freezes up, then your entire engine could overheat. For this reason, you’ll want to bring your vehicle into our auto center to make sure that your cooling system is working proper condition and that your antifreeze is clean and current.
Your car routinely needs oil changes. As such, this is one of the things an auto repair shop frequently does to cars. However, while it may be a service that is done often, it does not mean that you should assume that every mechanic is equipped to change the oil in your car or offers the same services as another one. Here are a few of the things you should look for when selecting an oil change mechanic.
Every car needs to have routine oil changes. Changing the oil removes the sludge that can build up around your engine, doing damage oil changes are not done. There are many automotive repair shops and shops specializing in just oil changes. This may leave you wondering whether one is better than another. Here are a few factors you should look for in an oil change shop to help you find the right one for you.
Most auto shops will recommend synthetic oil over non-synthetic oil, but what is the difference? Synthetic oil may last longer, but it also costs more. Is it worth it? There's more going on with the difference between synthetic and non-synthetic oil than you might think. In fact, for most vehicles, synthetic oil may be able to vastly improve multiple aspects of performance.