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Are you worried your vehicle may not pass the emissions testing this time around and that you won’t have a legal vehicle for work or the school carpool? Instead of worrying about how often do you need a smog test, here are six tips that if carried out, you will more than likely pass the smog check with flying colors.

Wondering how often do you need a smog test? Your mechanic can answer your questions about the emissions testing process.
05 Oct, 2018

Are you worried your vehicle may not pass the emissions testing this time around and that you won’t have a legal vehicle for work or the school carpool? Instead of worrying about how often do you need a smog test, here are six tips that if carried out, you will more than likely pass the smog check with flying colors.

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It seems the “ride” of your vehicle is getting worse and worse, even though you are driving down a smooth, newly-paved street. Before the rainy days of fall and winter arrive in full force and the streets are filled with potholes, now is a good time to schedule an inspection of your automotive shocks and car axles. How do you know if it’s the shocks or car axles that have gone bad? What are the signs of bad shocks? You may wonder how the suspension system, including car axles, is affected by the bouncing around that will happen with failing shocks on poorly-maintained roads.

Automotive shocks wear out over time as your vehicle ages and the miles add up on the speedometer. If you do a lot of driving over bumpy streets that need repair, they will wear out even more quickly.

There are four common signs of bad shocks:

If you are having problems with your car suspension, call a professional mechanic to schedule an inspection of your automotive shocks and car axles.
05 Sep, 2018

It seems the “ride” of your vehicle is getting worse and worse, even though you are driving down a smooth, newly-paved street. Before the rainy days of fall and winter arrive in full force and the streets are filled with potholes, now is a good time to schedule an inspection of your automotive shocks and car axles. How do you know if it’s the shocks or car axles that have gone bad? What are the signs of bad shocks? You may wonder how the suspension system, including car axles, is affected by the bouncing around that will happen with failing shocks on poorly-maintained roads.

Automotive shocks wear out over time as your vehicle ages and the miles add up on the speedometer. If you do a lot of driving over bumpy streets that need repair, they will wear out even more quickly.

There are four common signs of bad shocks:

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While on a road trip, have you ever counted the number of broken-down vehicles stopped on the side of the road within just a few miles? Unfortunately, there are many vehicles being driven that are not road-worthy. Some vehicle owners think they cannot afford preventative maintenance or they simply don’t want to put out the money for it.

You really don’t save money by extending the time intervals between the recommended service intervals or by ignoring them completely. The potential cost of damage to your engine, transmission, or suspension will be much greater than the cost of keeping up with the vehicle maintenance schedule as outlined in your owner’s manual or recommended by your mechanic.

What are the benefits of preventative maintenance?

Are you wondering what are the benefits of preventative maintenance? Follow the vehicle maintenance schedule to keep your car driving as safe as possible.
20 Aug, 2018

While on a road trip, have you ever counted the number of broken-down vehicles stopped on the side of the road within just a few miles? Unfortunately, there are many vehicles being driven that are not road-worthy. Some vehicle owners think they cannot afford preventative maintenance or they simply don’t want to put out the money for it.

You really don’t save money by extending the time intervals between the recommended service intervals or by ignoring them completely. The potential cost of damage to your engine, transmission, or suspension will be much greater than the cost of keeping up with the vehicle maintenance schedule as outlined in your owner’s manual or recommended by your mechanic.

What are the benefits of preventative maintenance?

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    Frank Morales
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Auto Max of OregonAuto Repair Shop in Canby, OR

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1004 NE 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013

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