Category: Auto Repair

Smart Driving Tips for Teens

April 20th, 2021 by

Auto Repair Services for New Drivers 4 Smart Driving Habits to Teach Your Teen For Logan, Utah parents, it’s a proud yet scary moment when their teen finally gets their driving license. But before your child gets behind the wheel, it’s important to teach them the basics of good driving. The auto repair experts at

Auto Repair and Your Summer Road Trip Prep

April 3rd, 2020 by

Let the Good Times Roll Summer trips are much better if your car does not break down along the way. It can be a terrible feeling to be stranded on the side of the road, in an unfamiliar place, with car troubles that you did not expect, especially if they could have been avoided. The

Understanding Oil Viscosity

July 6th, 2019 by

What It Is As something that’s not often talked about, oil viscosity is an important aspect more motorists should consider when looking for the right motor oil for their vehicle. Oil viscosity is how easily the oil pours at specific temperatures. During colder months, regular oil may have increased viscosity and have a harder time

Misalignment Issues You Can Fix!

April 26th, 2019 by

What You Should Do Out of all the general preventative maintenance services that are available, wheel alignments may be the least discussed. The service, which works on the suspension system of a vehicle, helps ensure that the wheels are meeting the road at a proper, uniform angle. It also helps ensure that the wheels and

Utah State Inspection — What to Know

January 12th, 2019 by

How You Should Prepare As many state residents know, Utah officially removed the requirement of a safety inspection in order to obtain your registration earlier this year in January 2018. Although drivers will still need to meet safety standards, many drivers are now free to file for vehicle registration without taking the test. With that

Understanding Black and Gritty Engine Oil

October 16th, 2018 by

What Causes It? When inspecting engine oil, you always want to see a beautiful amber color. This color represents clean oil and should be how your engine oil looks like after an oil change service. But over time, the oil can transition to a black and gritty feel. Wondering how and why this may have