Roadside Assistance Tips and Auto Service Blog

Monitoring Your Truck for Potential Air Brake Problems

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Most heavy-duty trucks on the road today have an air brake system. This system is typically very efficient and is backed up by an emergency solution as well so that the driver can have some additional confidence behind the wheel. Yet you will have to pay some close attention to these separate systems as time goes by and you need to repair or replace certain components due to age or wear.…

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What to Do If Your Bus Won't Start on a Cold Day

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Diesel engines are typically fitted to a bus or coach, due to their reliability and capacity to deal with all manner of situations. They will usually perform very well no matter how many trips the vehicle performs on a given day or how many days of the week it is pressed into service. However, they can run into problems, and you may find it difficult to start the engine on one of your vehicles, especially if the ambient temperature is quite cold.…

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Why 4WD Servicing Is More Frequent Than a 2WD Service

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If you love driving cross-country, camping or bundu bashing with your friends, you probably have a four-wheel-drive vehicle. When it comes to navigating through rough terrain and feeling comfortable driving around despite the weather, 4WD cars are the unbeatable beasts of the road. However, while buying a four-wheel drive for your leisure needs is a smart choice, these cars do need special care and maintenance to stay on the road. 4WD vehicles are the most stable on rough terrain because they are incredibly heavy.…

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