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What are automotive shocks and struts? How long do shocks and struts last? Automotive shocks and struts are probably an afterthought to most drivers because they don't require routine replacement like oil or other components. Shocks and struts are very different parts that perform the same basic function of supporting the vehicle weight and providing overall stability. Although they perform the same function, the parts are not interchangeable or combined with a vehicle. This means that a vehicle will have either one or the other in most cases. There are some vehicles that will have struts in the front and shocks in the back.

If you're wondering how long do shocks and struts last, then you should ask your auto mechanic for more information about the purpose of automotive shocks
08
Jan
2018

What are automotive shocks and struts? How long do shocks and struts last? Automotive shocks and struts are probably an afterthought to most drivers because they don't require routine replacement like oil or other components. Shocks and struts are very different parts that perform the same basic function of supporting the vehicle weight and providing overall stability. Although they perform the same function, the parts are not interchangeable or combined with a vehicle. This means that a vehicle will have either one or the other in most cases. There are some vehicles that will have struts in the front and shocks in the back.

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Because hazardous driving conditions and freezing temperatures can make it harder to keep your car running smoothly, winter can be a challenging time for drivers. Your vehicle needs a little more special car service during the cold months of winter. 

7 Tips on How to Get your Car Ready For Winter:

Be prepared for winter driving by considering the importance of car service. Ask your auto repair expert for more tips on how to get your car ready for winter
20
Dec
2017

Because hazardous driving conditions and freezing temperatures can make it harder to keep your car running smoothly, winter can be a challenging time for drivers. Your vehicle needs a little more special car service during the cold months of winter. 

7 Tips on How to Get your Car Ready For Winter:

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That is the million dollar question these days. Some feel it is a waste of money; others say it is vitally important. Car Tune up intervals vary from one vehicle to another. Older vehicles with non-electronic ignitions should be tuned every 10,000 to 12,000 miles or every year, whichever comes first. Newer cars with electronic ignition and fuel injection systems are scheduled to go from 25,000 miles to as many as 100,000 miles without needing a major tune-up.

Refer to your owner’s manual for recommended tune-up intervals. Although it may say that the vehicle doesn’t require scheduled tune-ups very often, it’s in your best interest to check periodically that your vehicle is working at peak efficiency. If you do a lot of stop-and-go driving or pull heavy loads (like a camper or boat), your ignition system may need to be tuned more often.

Ask your mechanic when should you get a tune up for your car. Call Expert Car Care today to inspect your vehicle & let you know when you need a car tune up
20
Nov
2017

That is the million dollar question these days. Some feel it is a waste of money; others say it is vitally important. Car Tune up intervals vary from one vehicle to another. Older vehicles with non-electronic ignitions should be tuned every 10,000 to 12,000 miles or every year, whichever comes first. Newer cars with electronic ignition and fuel injection systems are scheduled to go from 25,000 miles to as many as 100,000 miles without needing a major tune-up.

Refer to your owner’s manual for recommended tune-up intervals. Although it may say that the vehicle doesn’t require scheduled tune-ups very often, it’s in your best interest to check periodically that your vehicle is working at peak efficiency. If you do a lot of stop-and-go driving or pull heavy loads (like a camper or boat), your ignition system may need to be tuned more often.

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