Why Does Your Car Smell Mouldy?

Have you ever jumped into a car or truck when it has been sitting idle for some time during the summer? If so, you may have noticed a disturbing mouldy smell and wondered where that was coming from. In this case, you may have an issue with a part of your vehicle's air conditioning system known as a receiver-dryer. What's going on, and how can you get rid of that unfortunate aroma? [Read More]

Can You Tell if the Air Suspension on Your Truck Is Working Properly?

It may often be difficult to tell when the air suspension system fitted to a heavy-duty truck begins to fail. There are a number of reasons why the system could malfunction and the situation can often go unnoticed for a long period of time. However, what are some of the earliest signs of an issue and what could be going wrong? Airbags The average heavy-duty vehicle is fitted with an air suspension system, as it is typically robust and the most effective way of maintaining ride height and drivability. [Read More]

How To Buy Used Car Parts On The Internet

E-commerce websites are probably the biggest marketplace for used car parts. However, you might be hesitant to purchase used car parts from the internet since you are not sure if you will get value for your money. The guide below should help you as you are buying used parts on the internet.  Research Adequate research will direct you to reputable dealers. Start by checking car forums and car blogs to determine how other car enthusiasts rate the various auto parts websites. [Read More]

How to Know Your Truck Axles Are Bad

Unlike regular cars, which are specifically built for the daily commute and the occasional trips out of town, trucks are designed to haul cargo. This means that truck axles support much heavier loads than a standard car. While your truck's axles are made strong and tough to carry and transport entire hauls of freight, they can wear out and cause problems for the vehicle. Fortunately, the signs of damaged or failing axles are rather easy to spot if you pay close attention to your vehicle while on the road. [Read More]