Communication is key when you're hiring and working with a mechanic shop. Unfortunately, vehicle owners sometimes make communication mistakes that frustrate them when their vehicle needs repairs. Failing to ask how long repair work will take It's important to know in advance how long repair work will take since you need your vehicle for everyday transportation. If you need to have a big job done like a transmission replacement, repairs could take a while. [Read More]
What Turbo Issues Should You Expect On Your NCV3 Sprinter?
If you own a second-generation (NCV3) Mercedes Sprinter, then you're likely driving one of the two turbodiesel engine options. These vehicles are popular as commercial and recreational vehicles, but they aren't immune to their fair share of trouble. Both the emissions system and the turbochargers are common failure points. Although these engines are reliable and failure is far from guaranteed, it can pay to understand common issues related to the turbocharger. [Read More]
How Can You Locate and Repair Camper Leaks?
If you've ever owned a home with a skylight, then you know there's a universal truth: they all leak. Unfortunately, the same is true for most RVs. The typical camper spends most of its life exposed to the elements, and that wear can take its toll. Of course, traveling thousands of miles over often less-than-perfect roads certainly doesn't help, either. Camper leaks might be a common problem, but they're not an issue to take lightly. [Read More]
Why You Should Repair Car Dents As Soon As They Happen
At first blush, car dents might seem like a purely cosmetic issue that doesn't pose any serious problems to you and your vehicle. But if you put time and effort into understanding the different types of problems they can bring, you will see why you shouldn't wait until much time has gone by to fix them. Continue reading to discover some of the good reasons you shouldn't put off car dent repairs. [Read More]