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Understanding Auto Repair

As someone who doesn't always have a tremendous amount of patience, it is never easy to deal with cars that are in the shop. Fortunately, a friend of mine taught me how to repair my vehicle, and it really helped me to save a significant amount of money in the long run. Whenever something broke, I would simply figure out how to get it fixed, and things were incredibly straightforward. This site is here to teach you all about auto repair and being able to find the parts you need without all of the hassle. Check it out for great tips to make your next repair a little easier.

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3 Tips For Selecting An Electric Impact Wrench For Professional Auto Repair
20 October 2021

Air impact wrenches are a ubiquitous tool of the t

Take It Up A Notch: Aftermarket Repair Parts That Can Improve Your Car
9 June 2021

Many car owners opt for genuine or original equipm

Common Mistakes When Selling A Junk Car
5 October 2020

Eventually, you may find yourself in possession of

Step Into The Control Center: A Look Inside Timing Stands
17 September 2019

Everyone knows that professional pit crews are res

3 Things To Know When Buying Used Auto Parts
29 May 2019

While many vehicles are built to last, even the mo

3 Tips For Selecting An Electric Impact Wrench For Professional Auto Repair

Air impact wrenches are a ubiquitous tool of the trade in the auto repair industry. If you've spent much time working on cars, it's likely that you already have one or more that you use daily. While air tools still have numerous advantages, electric alternatives are rapidly approaching (and even exceeding) them in power, durability, and convenience. If you're considering adding an electric impact wrench to your arsenal, these three tips will help you select the one that's best for professional use. Read More 

Take It Up A Notch: Aftermarket Repair Parts That Can Improve Your Car

Many car owners opt for genuine or original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts when buying replacement parts. These components offer identical performance to factory components, but they're often more expensive. In addition, since these parts act as direct replacements, they can't improve any deficiencies that might have existed from the factory. On the other hand, aftermarket auto parts are far more varied. Many manufacturers produce a range of components, from budget-oriented replacements to high-performance upgrades. Read More 

Common Mistakes When Selling A Junk Car

Eventually, you may find yourself in possession of a junk car, and while it may seem like this vehicle will be difficult to get rid of, there are services that specialize in buying junk cars. Unfortunately, individuals will often assume that their junk car is completely worthless, and this can make it harder for them to make optimal decisions about getting rid of this vehicle. Mistake: Assuming A Junk Car Is Worthless Read More 

Step Into The Control Center: A Look Inside Timing Stands

Everyone knows that professional pit crews are responsible for some of the most impressive displays of mechanical prowess on or off of a race track, but have you ever wondered about the technology behind it? For modern, high-end pit crews, one of the most conspicuous pieces of technology found in the pit box is the timing stand. This is a high-tech command center that the team uses to both monitor their cars and assist in maintenance work when those cars arrive in the box for a pit stop. Read More 

3 Things To Know When Buying Used Auto Parts

While many vehicles are built to last, even the most durable vehicle will eventually need some repair. Replacing certain auto parts is common and something that you should expect to have to do over the course of owning a car or truck. Auto parts are available both new, aftermarket, and used. The type of auto part that will work best for your needs will depend on your budget, the make and model of your vehicle, and the availability of the part. Read More