Is My Car Too Obsolete to Drive?

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As a vehicle owner, are you out of luck if your car’s engine starts gurgling at 13,500 miles rather than 12,000, or just over warranty? Or, are you stuck if you have a used car with a manufacturer’s warranty and the check engine light stays lit?  No, you are not out luck. If the parts… Read More


Can I Still Get My Car Fixed During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

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The coronavirus outbreak has upended life as we know it. The State of California is under a stay-at-home order for at least the next several weeks. Most residents must stay home and limit social interaction. The goal is to stop the spread of COVID-19 and prevent the state’s medical system from becoming overwhelmed. Yet, many… Read More


How to Keep Your Car Coronavirus Free

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The Coronavirus outbreak, also known as COVID-19, has captivated the nation Stores are closing, restaurants are shutting their doors and airlines are grounding their flights. The public is scrambling to distance themselves from others in an attempt to slow down the spread of the virus. One of the best ways to stop the spread of… Read More


How Can I Tell if My Car Repair Shop Is Trustworthy?

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Everyone has heard stories about auto shops upselling parts or recommending unnecessary services. Unfortunately, some shops do use this shady practice, banking on people’s unfamiliarity with car maintenance. Granted, if you’re not already an expert, the world of auto repair can sound like a foreign language. But what can laymen do when they need auto… Read More