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Yearly Archives: 2020

Automotive Stock to Keep Your Eye On

The pandemic has genuinely shaken the core of the world. The most significant changes happened within the stock market. The economy took a massive hit. Since the stock market suffered, it led to popular stocks decreasing in value. The automotive industry also noticed a dramatic dip in some traditional share price. However, in contrast, the EV automotive niche has some stock riding high. With share prices lower than usual due to the effect of the pandemic across the country, it would be ideal to do a bit of research. Research doesn’t mean to invest your life savings and isn’t another word for prediction. Research means dedicating some time to investigate or study some traditional automotive stock trends. Don’t hesitate to reach out to a stock professional or financial advisor for further information or advice. Below is a list of popular automotive stock to make a note of: Honda Motor  Honda stock dropped to under $20 in March but has now been ro ... read more

Steering shouldn’t be hard

When you turn your steering wheel, the wheels turn too. It's a simple cause and effect. The steering wheel is definitely on the top ten list as one of the most crucial components of a vehicle. And without proper functionality, the overall safety and performance of your drive can become compromised. A steering wheel that becomes stiff during a trip is not only terrifying, but it's dangerous. There are a few typical reasons why your steering wheel may be malfunctioning: Have you checked your steering fluid? Steering fluid is a liquid that lubricates your powering steering pump. It transmits a smooth pressure through the power steering system. Since the power steering fluid plays a critical role, it's no surprise that it's the first section we check when the steering wheel is sticking. Most drivers assume refilling the power steering fluid will fix the problem, but it's only a temporary solution. Low power steering fluid is not an ordinary occurrence ... read more

What Can Cause Lowered Fuel Efficiency?

What Can Cause Lowered Fuel Efficiency?

Owning a European vehicles means that you expect to get the most out of your vehicle. But after a few years, noticing that your vehicle has decreased its fuel efficiency can be concerning. You may be wondering why, and if there's anything that needs to be serviced in order to restore your vehicle's fuel economy back to its best.  In reality, if your fuel efficiency has decreased there are probably a few services that you are due for. Let's take a look at some of the services and maintenance items that can help boost your fuel efficiency and get your vehicle running at its best again.  Replace your air filter - a dirty or clogged air filter will end up restricting air flow to the engine which can hurt your fuel efficiency overall along with performance.    Worn or dirty spark plugs can also lead to a decrease in fuel efficiency due to constant engine misfiring. Your vehicle's owner's manual will better inform you of when these should be replac ... read more

An Interval Guide to Vehicle Maintenance

Remembering how often your vehicle is due for a maintenance item can be tricky. Most vehicle owners are very well accustomed to regular oil changes, however some other important maintenance items may not be as clear. Here is a guide that will help you keep better track of when certain important services are due:  Brake Pads, Rotors, and Fluid - Have the brake pads and rotors inspection every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. Fluid needs to be replaced every 2 years.  Engine Oil and Filter - Needs to be changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles.  Steering and Suspension - Inspect every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. Battery - Have it tested every 3 to 5 years. Cooling System - Inspect every 6,000 to 10,000 miles. Headlights, Taillights, Blinkers - Inspect every 6,000 to 10,000 miles. Transmission Fluid - Change every 25,000 miles. Air Filter - Change every ... read more