I thought the topic of tires and when to replace them may have been overdone. However, I may have been wrong. One evening, I was talking with my wife about the first blog that I had written. It may be obvious, but I am not a writer. But I try, LOL. When we were talking, I asked her if she had an idea for a topic, and she came back with tires!!! At first, I was a little hesitant because I thought the topic of tires had been overdone, however she gave me some insight: In the conversation, one of the things that was discussed was how many times while driving to work, my wife noticed other drivers would having problems controlling their vehicle. At this point, I thought I may have assumed too much. When we talked about it further, my wife mentioned that she had noticed the condition of the vehicles’ tires, and the inability for the driver to control the car in wet road conditions. At that point, I decided we do need to tal ... read more
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"The C.E.L., I was told it's nothing, don’t worry about it!" Hi, I have heard this from customers countless times over the years. It seems as though either the internet is telling people, "don’t worry about it", or that someone in the automotive field is telling customers that, which I find hard to believe. Or perhaps some people are choosing this line of thinking all on their own. One of the reasons for this may be a misunderstanding of what the C.E.L, SERVICE ENGINE SOON, OR PICTURE OF AN ENGINE, light is for. When talking to customers about that light being on, the first thing they say is this is going to cost a lot of money! Well, maybe not. Through the years, there have been many times where these repairs turned out to be some of the least expensive repairs I've made. With that being said, there are some failed emissions components that are very expensive. This is what the C.E.L. is all about: the emissions of your ve ... read more
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