While it's conventional for many vehicles to require a change of their brake pads every 35,000 miles, this number can vary according to the quality of your brakes. The good news is that this number can also vary based on your driving style – and there are plenty of ways that you can adjust how you drive to get more life out of your brake pads. You don't need to be an automotive buff to extend the life of your brake pads; by adopting these three important habits, you'll find your brakes will have plenty of life left for much longer than you might have thought.
23 January 2016
Your transmission, like all moving parts of your car, will degrade over time due to general wear and tear. A worn transmission can cause all sorts of problems for your car, such as reduced fuel efficiency, and can increase the risk of your vehicle breaking down. Thankfully, there are several warning signs that clearly indicate a problem with your transmission. Understanding what these warnings signs are can help you take your transmission in for repairs as soon as possible to prevent further problems from developing.
4 January 2016