How to Avoid Common Trailer Towing Problems

Posted on: 15 January 2018

When you have a trailer attached to your vehicle, you want to be aware of how that trailer handles when you're on the road, whether it's loaded or empty. If the trailer should pull, sway, drag or otherwise handle roughly, this can create unsafe driving conditions for you and for other drivers, while also putting added wear and tear on your vehicle and the trailer itself. This can also mean an increased risk of the trailer uncoupling from the tow vehicle!
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Auto Service—What Fluid Leak Have You Developed?

Posted on: 15 January 2018

As long as you own a car, you are likely going to find mysterious drops or puddles of fluid underneath it at some point. The main thing you need to do is identify what the liquid is, as this could mean the difference between a simple, quick fix and outrageously priced auto repairs. Luckily, since fluid leaks tend to be commonplace, more often than not it could indicate a faulty seal that just needs to be replaced.
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Auto Servicing Two-Wheel Drive Systems

Posted on: 8 January 2018

When driving your car, you rarely think about its method of transmission until you get stuck in a pool of muddy water on a dirt road. That is when you may begin to realise that there is a power and operational difference between 4-wheel drive and 2-wheel drive systems. By definition, a two-wheel drive system is one in which the full driving package is located at the front of the vehicle.
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