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A Crash Course On Automotive Artificial Intelligence – ADAS

A Crash Course On Automotive Artificial Intelligence – ADAS

March 22, 2022

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is defined as the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computers. In automotive, this intelligence is known as ADAS or Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. ADAS includes technologically advanced features that enhance the safe operation of automobiles by increasing the driver’s reaction time to potential driving dangers. These systems use sensor […]

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Planning the Perfect Road Trip

Planning the Perfect Road Trip

July 2, 2021

No matter the company, the snack selection or the destination, a road trip is always a good time. Drivers and passengers get to experience parts of America that aren’t often traveled and become one with the road. Before you get your trip started, it’s important that you’re ready for a dynamic journey. We’re sharing our […]

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The Motorist’s Super 7 Air Conditioning Checklist

The Motorist’s Super 7 Air Conditioning Checklist

May 25, 2021

Hours spent in a hot, stifling vehicle can spoil a weekend getaway or vacation. Conducting a periodic under-hood inspection may help you spot air conditioning problems before they spoil your trip. Here’s what to look for: Note: Always be extremely careful any time you’re under the hood while the engine is running. Stay away from […]

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Take Care of Your #1 Valentine This February: Your Car 

Take Care of Your #1 Valentine This February: Your Car 

February 12, 2021

Did you know that the average American spends about $116.21 on Valentine’s Day? Flowers, candy, cards, and going out to eat are par for the course on February 14 to appreciate the ones you love, but what about your vehicle?  This year, consider giving your car its own Valentine’s Day gift—the gift of maintenance. We’ve […]

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Don’t Slip Up: 5 Steps to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Don’t Slip Up: 5 Steps to Prepare Your Car for Winter

November 27, 2020

Before you know it, your car’s going to be at risk of slipping, sliding, and other common wintery issues. Is your car ready for the challenges of the winter season? Being proactive about winter car preparation can help keep you and your loved ones safer on the road. Take these 5 steps to prepare your […]

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Your Vehicle Fluids

Here’s What You Need to Know About Your Vehicle Fluids

November 16, 2020

Just like you, your car requires regular, preventive care to stay healthy. What’s one of the easiest things you can do to ensure your vehicle runs smoothly? Having your fluids checked and changed when required. Did you know most automotive repair facilities where you have service done will check your vehicle’s fluids between visits for […]

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Tire Rotation: A Neglected Necessity

Tire Rotation: A Neglected Necessity

October 19, 2020

Every automotive professional recommends you periodically rotate your tires so they wear evenly and last longer, but is it necessary? It seems as if some motorists do not think so. Tire rotation is one of the more neglected routine maintenance items. Rotating your tires as part of your regularly scheduled vehicle maintenance has many benefits. […]

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5 Ways to Get Customers to Stay On Schedule with Their Vehicle Maintenance

5 Ways to Get Customers to Stay On Schedule with Their Vehicle Maintenance

September 8, 2020

“What do you mean, ‘scheduled maintenance’? My car’s running just fine.” If you’ve ever felt the urge to tear your hair out when a customer says something like that, you’re not alone. People spend big bucks to buy sporty new cars or road-dominating pickups. Yet when it comes to servicing that vehicle, many balk because […]

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How Changing Seasons Affects Your Vehicle’s Tires

How Changing Seasons Affects Your Vehicle’s Tires

June 15, 2020

Proper tire maintenance keeps you safe and your vehicle performing at its best. Checking tire pressure is one of the most important, yet commonly overlooked inspection procedures. Consider the fact that air pressure is responsible for supporting the weight of a car, not the tires themselves. Manufacturer’s tire pressure specifications are designed to ensure peak […]

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6 Things to Have Your Technician Check to Keep Your Vehicle’s AC In Tip Top Shape

6 Things to Have Your Technician Check to Keep Your Vehicle’s AC In Tip Top Shape

June 4, 2020

Despite these complicated times, Summer is still on its way in. Schools have let out, and travelers are hitting America’s highways and byways in their cars and RV’s in order to obtain some sense of normalcy for their families. Depending on your geographic location, treks through and to many U.S. destinations can involve some extreme […]

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Extended Oil Change Intervals: What You Could Be Missing

Extended Oil Change Intervals: What You Could Be Missing

October 8, 2019

Does your manufacturer recommend that your vehicle goes 5- 7,000 miles or more between oil changes? In our last post, we discussed the importance of using the correct oil and filter. In this post we address this reality: Longer oil change mileage intervals mean fewer visits to the shop and fewer opportunities to have your […]

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Transmission Service: What You Need to Know

Transmission Service: What You Need to Know

August 19, 2019

Life gets hectic, and it’s hard to slow down to perform mundane tasks that take them away from other obligations. However, postponing certain tasks comes with a heavy price tag. A perfect example is servicing and maintaining a car. Owning a vehicle has responsibilities and neglecting them means more hassles, and lost time and money […]

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Put a Stop to Brake Trouble Before School Starts

Put a Stop to Brake Trouble Before School Starts

August 1, 2019

A properly operating brake system is critical to safe vehicle operation and control under a variety of conditions. Brake Safety Awareness Month is the ideal time to stop and make sure your brakes are working properly before the new school year and colder temperatures arrive. “When it comes to vehicle safety, the brake system is […]

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Mighty: Maintain to Retain!

Mighty: Maintain to Retain!

July 15, 2019

Cars are a tremendous investment. Not only do they provide transportation from one destination to another, but they also symbolize freedom, a means to go wherever the road takes you. When an owner purchases a car, it typically comes with a warranty based on mileage and months. The purpose of the warranty is to protect […]

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How to Save Money and the Planet, One Mile at a Time

How to Save Money and the Planet, One Mile at a Time

June 27, 2019

Most everyone who is looking to buy a new car or maintaining a used one is concerned with fuel economy. Fuel economy, when measured in gallons, is a function of how far one gallon of fuel will get you down the road. Typically stated in terms of city miles, highway miles, and combined miles, the […]

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Take Your Car in for National Car Care Month

Take Your Car in for National Car Care Month

April 1, 2019

April is National Car Care month, and now is the best time to get your vehicles in to your maintenance specialist for a comprehensive inspection. Systems in your car may have been neglected or damaged by winter conditions on the road, and now that the threat of severe winter weather is over, it’s time to […]

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Your Vehicle Needs A Physical!

Your Vehicle Needs A Physical!

February 6, 2019

The importance of vehicle inspection cannot be overstated. The common idea has always been to have your oil changed every 3,000 miles.  Lately, different services have begun to recommended oil change intervals at increasing rates beyond 3,000 miles all the way up to 5,000 miles. So what does this mean? It means fewer service visits […]

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What Noise is My Car Making and What Does it Mean?

What Noise is My Car Making and What Does it Mean?

November 5, 2018

Today’s modern vehicle is known for its ability to hum quietly along, so when a new noise starts, you’ll probably notice this right away. However, you may not know what it means. Discover what these seven distinct noises could mean to your vehicle’s health. Download full PDF info graphic here.

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Don’t Let Car Maintenance Terrify You this Halloween

Don’t Let Car Maintenance Terrify You this Halloween

October 30, 2018

Running out of candy on Halloween night is a scary thought! However, do you know what is even spookier? Neglecting to prioritize proper car maintenance throughout the fall months. Heading into winter, it’s of ghastly importance to be proactive in preparing your car’s battery, brakes, headlights, tires, and windshield wipers for the sometimes-frightening harsh weather […]

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Changing Seasons Signal Time to Check the Health of Your Vehicle’s Headlights

Changing Seasons Signal Time to Check the Health of Your Vehicle’s Headlights

October 22, 2018

With the inevitable shorter days coming with the changing seasons, you’ll be depending more on your headlights. That means they need to be working properly; so it’s time to focus on headlight maintenance. You may find you need to clean or replace your headlights if they aren’t working optimally to ensure you can see the […]

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Preventive Maintenance Tips for Fall Car Care Month

Preventive Maintenance Tips for Fall Car Care Month

October 8, 2018

As the source of information for the “Be Car Care Aware” consumer education campaign, the Car Care Council is dedicated to promoting the benefits of regular vehicle care, upkeep, and repair to vehicle owners. And with October—the official Fall Car Care Month—already in full swing, a proactive approach to preventive maintenance while temperatures are still […]

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Mighty Auto Parts’ Tips for Fall Car Care Month

Mighty Auto Parts’ Tips for Fall Car Care Month

October 1, 2018

It’s all in the name, and with the fall season now in full swing, changes are a-coming—falling leaves, falling rain, falling temperatures, and eventually, falling snow. Officially designated as Fall Car Care Month, “October is the ideal time to give your car some extra attention before harsh winter weather arrives. Taking a little time for […]

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Top 5 Reasons that Squealing Noise is Coming from Your Car

Top 5 Reasons that Squealing Noise is Coming from Your Car

September 24, 2018

Have you ever turned the key, revved up the engine, and backed out of the driveway, excited to hit the town for fun or even just to get some of those errands run, only to hear that dreaded and embarrassing squeal come from under the hood? You know the one that makes your neighbors turn […]

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7 Ways To Get Your Car Ready for Back-to-School

7 Ways To Get Your Car Ready for Back-to-School

August 20, 2018

With the school year beginning again, you may be getting ready to wave goodbye as your college student drives away. Alternatively, perhaps you are arranging your calendar for elementary school drop-off. No matter what your back-to-school experience may be, it’s wise to prepare your vehicle. Without taking the time to prepare for the tasks ahead, […]

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3 Things to know about Brake Maintenance

3 Things to know about Brake Maintenance

August 13, 2018

August is Brake Safety Awareness Month, and we wanted to provide car owners with some basic information about brake maintenance.  Properly maintained brakes are critical to car safety.  Brake functionality can be affected by driving conditions, driver habits, quality of brake system materials, and type of vehicle.  Driving conditions are unpredictable in many cases, and […]

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The Important Differences Between a Normal and Severe Lubricant Service Schedule

The Important Differences Between a Normal and Severe Lubricant Service Schedule

June 27, 2018

Should you be following the normal or the severe service schedule for your vehicle’s maintenance? The answer may surprise you. A poll by AAA found that only 6% of motorists thought they did most of their driving under severe service conditions, but further study showed it actually applied to 62% of drivers. So how can […]

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Basic Car Care: The Serpentine Belt

Basic Car Care: The Serpentine Belt

May 30, 2018

Remember how your parents told you that driving a car is a huge responsibility? They weren’t just trying to scare you—it’s true. An important aspect of car ownership is a commitment to proper maintenance. One area that is easy to keep an eye on for yourself is belt maintenance. Belt degradation can lead to overheating, […]

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Memorial Day Travel Checklist for Your Vehicle

Memorial Day Travel Checklist for Your Vehicle

May 25, 2018

If you’re like us at Mighty Auto, you’re preparing for the official weekend kick-off to summer! Dreams of warm weather and sunshine, your bathing suits packed and ready to go, and an endless supply of sunblock are waiting to be used. Maybe the cooler is stocked with summer goodies to take to your neighbor’s barbecue. […]

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May is Clean Air Month, and We’re Ready to Take Part

May is Clean Air Month, and We’re Ready to Take Part

May 8, 2018

May is the celebration of many things: Memorial Day, flowers in bloom, our mothers, and most surprisingly, Clean Air! Supported by the American Lung Association, the month of May is Clean Air Month, a month dedicated to educating the public about why clean air is vital to not just the health of our planet, but […]

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Mighty Auto Parts Answers Your Most Pressing Maintenance Questions

Mighty Auto Parts Answers Your Most Pressing Maintenance Questions

April 11, 2018

Car maintenance is an important and critical step to prolonging the life of your car long past your final car payment. Sometimes, car owners might not know what and how to ask about basic maintenance, and there are plenty of mechanics that often give conflicting answers to those questions. At Mighty Auto Parts, we took […]

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Stay Green for St. Patrick’s Day with Your Vehicle Maintenance

Stay Green for St. Patrick’s Day with Your Vehicle Maintenance

March 14, 2018

In the United States, St. Patrick’s Day is a time to celebrate Irish roots with food, drinks, and good friends, all while wearing green. In Chicago, they dye the entire river with “Leprechaun Dust,” which has been a tradition in the city for over 50 years. Cities around the country host heritage parades, and kitchens […]

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Headlight Maintenance Can Improve Nighttime Safety

Headlight Maintenance Can Improve Nighttime Safety

March 5, 2018

In a recent study produced by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, about 2,500 pedestrians are killed at night every year crossing the road. Why?  Poor lighting from a vehicle’s headlights. Bulb dimness and hazy headlight covers can be the difference between seeing properly and having to avoid an accident because visibility is low. […]

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Your Vehicle Warning Lights & What They're Telling You

Your Vehicle Warning Lights & What They're Telling You

February 27, 2018

Each vehicle has its own set of warning lights that are shown on the dashboard. When a new light is displayed, its indicating that an issue has occurred and that the vehicle is experiencing a problem. Many of us are unsure what each light means, we are here to save the day by providing clarity […]

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Having Enough Tread on Your Tires is a Safety Non-Negotiable

Having Enough Tread on Your Tires is a Safety Non-Negotiable

February 19, 2018

When you were first getting your driver’s license, perhaps someone showed you the penny trick to check the tread on your tires. Though you may have only been half-paying attention, the lesson was a valuable one because tread matters. Particularly in climates where snow and rain are common, having enough tread on your tires is […]

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Don’t Leave Your Tires Out In The Cold- Check the Pressure!

Don’t Leave Your Tires Out In The Cold- Check the Pressure!

February 5, 2018

If the temperature dipped below freezing last night and you started your car this morning to find your tire pressure light was on, you’re not alone. In the winter time, cold weather can “shrink” the air in your tires, leaving them a little less inflated than they were the day before. Though warming temperatures might […]

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Resolutions You Can Keep For Your Vehicle in 2018

Resolutions You Can Keep For Your Vehicle in 2018

January 25, 2018

If you made a New Year’s Resolution when the clock struck midnight on January 1st, you’re not alone. After all, it’s a long standing tradition. We make resolutions for a variety of reasons, from personal growth and change to spending more time with family and friends, or whatever else needs more attention in the year […]

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5 Tips for Saving Money at the Pump

5 Tips for Saving Money at the Pump

January 22, 2018

When it comes to owning a car, saving money can be a challenge. Rising gas prices contribute to the struggle of staying within a budget, and a car that needs repairs can be an out of pocket nightmare. Luckily, there are techniques that drivers can do that will save money on fuel costs without trading […]

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5 Ways to Get Customers to Stay On Schedule with Their Maintenance

5 Ways to Get Customers to Stay On Schedule with Their Maintenance

January 16, 2018

“What do you mean, ‘scheduled maintenance’? My car’s running just fine.” If you’ve ever felt the urge to tear your hair out when a customer says something like that, you’re not alone. People spend big bucks to buy sporty new cars or road-dominating pickups. Yet when it comes to servicing that vehicle, many balk because […]

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Is It Just a Defective Hub Bearing or Wheel Speed Sensor? 

Is It Just a Defective Hub Bearing or Wheel Speed Sensor? 

January 8, 2018

Noise coming from the wheels, an illuminated malfunction indicator lamp, antilock brake-related symptoms, traction control issues, or transmission-related symptoms are all indicators of potential vehicle problems. But did you know, each of these vehicle warnings could occur with hub bearing or wheel speed sensor failure?  It is always important when having your vehicle inspected for […]

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Your Alternator is Dying, Do You Know the Symptoms?

Your Alternator is Dying, Do You Know the Symptoms?

December 8, 2017

For car owners, a dead battery or a faulty alternator is a rite of passage. It might happen at the most inconvenient of times, but it’s a minor problem that we all encounter at least once or twice. If it’s been more than a few years since you’ve had the battery replaced, it’s a good […]

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Top 5 Most Common Vehicle Problems During Winter

Top 5 Most Common Vehicle Problems During Winter

November 20, 2017

The first snowfall of the year is a cause of celebration for many folks. There’s just something special about seeing those pretty flakes flying for the first time in November or December. But, the onset of winter also means it’s a good time to ensure your vehicles maintenance is up-to-date. Freezing temperatures can lead to […]

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Why Do Customers Delay Essential Routine Maintenance?

Why Do Customers Delay Essential Routine Maintenance?

November 17, 2017

According to a study by IMR Inc., one in ten vehicle owners delay routine maintenance for one reason or another. Most people deal with procrastination in their daily lives, but delaying routine maintenance can mean losing tens of thousands of miles from your car’s lifetime and be a severe safety risk. Mighty Auto Parts sees […]

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Top 3 Ways to Celebrate National Car Care Month

Top 3 Ways to Celebrate National Car Care Month

October 25, 2017

With the amount of spring cleaning that needs to be done, car care can easily fall to the wayside. After a long winter, however, it’s more important than ever to make sure your vehicle is in the best shape possible. What better time to do so than National Car Month? There’s been a lot to […]

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Sealed Hub Bearing Assemblies Make Bearing Inspections Complicated

Sealed Hub Bearing Assemblies Make Bearing Inspections Complicated

September 28, 2017

Cleaning, inspecting and packing wheel bearings were once a common practice when performing brake service. These types of bearings, commonly known as tapered bearings, were exposed when disassembled for easy inspection and service. Today’s technology uses wheel bearing hub assemblies that are sealed, making inspection more difficult. These assemblies not only include the wheel bearing, […]

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Beyond the Oil Change: Never Neglect These Services

Beyond the Oil Change: Never Neglect These Services

September 21, 2017

Servicing your car is important for maintaining the quality of your vehicle and your safety. While most people remember to have their oil changed and their brakes periodically inspected, we often forget to have other vital components checked, like the brake fluid or the fuel injectors. When servicing the brake system, most auto technicians will […]

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The True Cause of an Over-Pressurization Condition in Your Vehicle

The True Cause of an Over-Pressurization Condition in Your Vehicle

September 14, 2017

A blown gasket or a deformed filter canister in your vehicle are symptoms of over-pressurization. The oil filter is often blamed for this condition, but it’s not the true culprit. Filter manufacturers and suppliers are often handed costly engine claims for conditions and damage their filters didn’t cause. The actual root of this problem with […]

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Oil Blockage Issues Lead to Vehicle Recalls

Oil Blockage Issues Lead to Vehicle Recalls

September 6, 2017

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), over 1.5 million vehicles are being recalled due to potential engine failures. Here is a quick summary of the current recalls:According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), over 1.5 million vehicles are being recalled due to potential engine failures. Here is a quick summary […]

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Low Oil Pressure! Perhaps It’s Only a Filter Screen

Low Oil Pressure! Perhaps It’s Only a Filter Screen

August 31, 2017

Your stomach drops when you see one of your dashboard lights come up—especially if it’s a warning you’ve never seen before. If it’s the Low Oil Pressure Message/Light, you might even panic. After all, the first assumption should be that you have no oil pressure, which will cause major engine damage. It’s always better to […]

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Protect Yourself and Your Reputation with Quality

Protect Yourself and Your Reputation with Quality

August 10, 2017

Mighty’s New System XL® and TecSelect® Brake Pads Brake system services are vital to the safe operation of vehicles on the road. Whether you are a shop performing brakes services or having brake service performed on your car, make certain you protect your reputation for quality work and safety by using only top quality parts. The last […]

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Safe and Happy Travels with Your Pet

Safe and Happy Travels with Your Pet

May 3, 2017

With the weather warming up, it’s time to plan family vacations. One family member who needs special travel accommodations is your pet. You might wonder how to best transport your animal while making sure she and others in the vehicle are safe and comfortable. In addition to considerations of comfort, it’s important to note that […]

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Vehicle Maintenance Today and Down the Road

Vehicle Maintenance Today and Down the Road

April 25, 2017

It’s important to perform regular safety checks on your vehicle’s systems to ensure reliable performance. However, not every driver knows what to check, and neglecting these checks can lead to serious problems and expensive future repairs. Mighty Auto Parts sources the highest quality auto parts from the world’s largest manufacturers and provides them to auto […]

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7 Things Every Car Owner Should Know About Wheel Alignment

7 Things Every Car Owner Should Know About Wheel Alignment

April 14, 2017

For some, wheel alignment can be as mysterious as going to the doctor. Your auto technician explains your vehicle is out of balance, your caster is positive, your camber is way off, and your toe needs adjustment. Then the technician, armed with rubber mallets and strange-looking tools, starts operating on the underside of your vehicle. […]

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Mighty Announces Spring Vehicle Maintenance Rebates

Mighty Announces Spring Vehicle Maintenance Rebates

April 6, 2017

This Spring, Mighty Auto Parts franchise partners across the industry will be able to offer their customers combined rebates of up to $110! From April 1 through May 31, anyone who brings their vehicle in to be serviced at a shop that partners with Mighty and uses their parts and chemicals will be eligible for […]

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The Squeal of the Serpentine Belt

The Squeal of the Serpentine Belt

February 17, 2017

Nothing fills car drivers with dread more than turning the ignition, stepping on the accelerator, and hearing an unexpected noise emanate from somewhere within their vehicle. Sometimes it’s a bang, clang, rattle, rumble, or screech. But in the event it’s ever a squeal, there’s a strong chance it’s time to have your vehicle’s serpentine belt […]

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The 3000-Mile Oil Change Myth

The 3000-Mile Oil Change Myth

February 9, 2017

If you ask ten people how often they are supposed to have the oil in their vehicles changed, most will say “every 3,000 miles.” But is this rule of thumb really true? There was a time when changing your oil this often did make sense. In those days, if you left the motor oil in […]

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How Can You Determine Your Mechanic's Skill Level? ASE Certification

How Can You Determine Your Mechanic's Skill Level? ASE Certification

January 23, 2017

This month we welcome guest blogger, Amy Mattinat, owner and President of Auto Craftsmen Ltd ASE Blue Seal Shop & AAA Approved Auto Repair Center.  Before her current position she was previously President of Women in Auto Care [formerly known as: Car Care Council Women’s Board] and was awarded the 2015 U.S. Small Business Administration’s […]

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Preventive Maintenance: What’s the value?

Preventive Maintenance: What’s the value?

January 5, 2017

Has your vehicle needed some maintenance done? Are you dreading having to dish out a significant amount of money to fix your latest car problem? Well, you’re not alone. Vehicle repair can be expensive and regular vehicle maintenance is no laughing matter. That’s why we want to help you. Regular preventive maintenance allows you to […]

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Top Tips for Safe Holiday Travel

Top Tips for Safe Holiday Travel

December 19, 2016

When it comes time to visit family in another state, or good friends halfway across the country for the holidays, 91 percent of travelers will take to the highway in their vehicle to drive an average distance of 275 miles; they are not flying. That distance is further than the average drive at Thanksgiving, and […]

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Preventive Maintenance: Don’t Forget Detailing

Preventive Maintenance: Don’t Forget Detailing

November 3, 2016

Winter is coming. During icy conditions, salt is put on the road to lower the freezing point of water. “[Salt] chemically turns that ice back into water so the car tires can then reach the pavement for traction, instead of just sliding on top of the ice,” says Joe Roger, Manager of Vehicle Services at […]

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Exploding the 3000-Mile Oil Change Myth

Exploding the 3000-Mile Oil Change Myth

September 28, 2016

If you ask ten people how often they should change the oil in their car, chances are they will say “every 3,000 miles.” But is this rule of thumb really true? There was a time when changing your oil this often did make sense, back when motor oils were not as advanced as they are […]

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Newer Vehicles & Extended Oil Change Intervals

Newer Vehicles & Extended Oil Change Intervals

September 23, 2016

All the cool innovations and technology on newer vehicles today could lead to questions about how to best take care of it. To ensure the safety and performance of your vehicle, take preventive measures and schedule routine maintenance checks at a trusted auto repair facility. So how often should you have your oil changed? It […]

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Check-up for Your Vehicle's Battery

Check-up for Your Vehicle's Battery

September 16, 2016

The first car battery introduced in 1912 had a pretty simple function: supply power to the new electric starter motor. It replaced hand crank starters commonly used at the time. But the demands of automotive batteries would soon expand to powering electric horns, headlights, air conditioning and heating installations, radios, and now even some steering […]

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How Vehicle Maintenance Pays Off

How Vehicle Maintenance Pays Off

August 30, 2016

Have you skimped on the preventive maintenance for your vehicle? A survey from AAA’s Certified Approved Auto Repair shops found consumers who don’t have their vehicles serviced according to the recommended maintenance schedules ultimately pay higher repair costs. Fortunately, auto shops and repair centers that help customers keep up with maintenance can help them save […]

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