Things You Should Know About the Common Rail Injectors in Diesel-Powered Engines

Posted on: 25 August 2021

If you have a personal or commercial vehicle that has a diesel engine, it's smart to learn a little bit about the different parts and components of your engine. Then, you will know a little more about your vehicle, and it will probably be easier for you to determine how to take care of your engine. For example, a lot of drivers and vehicle owners don't know much about the common rail injectors in their diesel-powered engines. [Read More]

Top 5 Reasons to Get Your Car Serviced at Regular Intervals

Posted on: 8 March 2021

"It's too expensive." "It takes too long." "It's not really necessary." These are just but a few of the many reasons or excuses many people give for not having their car serviced. Yet, car servicing remains the most important aspect of car ownership.   Here are some sound reasons to get your car serviced according to the vehicle manufacturer's instructions. 1. Ensures the Safety of Your Car Your car comprises many safety-critical components, such as the brakes, steering and suspension, tyres and wheels, and many more that need to be checked at regular intervals to ensure the safety of the vehicle. [Read More]

3 reasons to fit genuine parts on your truck

Posted on: 6 February 2020

When you purchase a truck for a business, you will want to make sure that it is well suited to your purposes and that it is going to be reliable over the long-term. No matter what kind of truck you've purchased, you must be certain that it will have a long service life and that you will be able to trust it for many years to come. The problem is that however reliable your truck may be, there will always be a need for replacement parts. [Read More]

Are You Ready for Anything When You Set off on a Road Trip?

Posted on: 10 September 2019

With peak travel season ahead, you may be getting ready to take your family on a road trip across the country. You may be looking forward to this as you're ready for a nice holiday, but you do need to prepare carefully and always have an emergency plan in place. If you haven't given this a second thought so far, what do you need to think about now? Getting Ready [Read More]