Flats, blow outs, skids and longer stopping distances can all be the result of driving around Austin on underinflated tires. Admittedly, it's hard to tell when a radial tire is underinflated. If your vehicle manufacturer recommends 35 pounds of pressure, your vehicle tires are considered ...
Posted in Tires and Wheels
on February 27, 2018
Whether we're trying to save money, save gas or save the environment, most of us Austin drivers have an interest in decreasing fuel consumption. We've all heard about ways to save money on gas in Texas, but does it really add up to much? How much can we boost our fuel economy through preventive m...
Posted in Fuel Economy
on February 21, 2018
If you've been paying attention, you've noticed that vehicle engines are getting more and more powerful in Austin. At the same time, they are getting better and better fuel economy. I've gotta tell 'ya, most of that's because of technological advances in transmissions. To get a better und...
Posted in Timing Belt
on February 13, 2018
The exhaust system on a vehicle is more complex than most Austin residents realize. It contains everything from old-fashioned pipes and clamps to sophisticated computers and sensors. All Texas folks know a properly functioning exhaust system is good for the environment, but sometimes we f...
Posted in Exhaust
on February 05, 2018