Millennial Car Purchasing Habits

December 8, 2017

It’s easy to think of millennials as a non driving generation that prefers the ease of ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft over the commitment and financial responsibilities of car ownership. But consumer data and research studies show that this is far from true. In fact, according to recent surveys, 80 percent of millennials currently […]


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Tips to Keep Your Fleet in Top Shape This Winter

November 17, 2017

Fleet vehicles operate under tough conditions all year round. But there’s no question that winter brings a whole host of additional challenges that threaten to sideline your vehicles and cause delays or lost productivity. Preventive maintenance and timely inspections can help you avoid costly repairs and schedule interruptions, so take note of the following tips […]


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Tips on How Auto Techs and DIY Mechanics Can Keep Warm in Winter

November 11, 2017

Auto repair shops and home garages are notorious for turning into virtual iceboxes in winter. Thanks to a combination of large open spaces, big bay doors, and poor insulation, repair shops and garages can become so cold that it’s difficult for auto techs and home mechanics to stay focused on the job and work comfortably. […]


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Keep Auto Shop Busy in Winter

November 3, 2017

Winter can be a dead period for auto shops. Customers are put off from all but the most pressing car repairs not only by cold temperatures, heavy snows, and icy roads, but also by holiday spending that drains their ready cash and credit. As a result, many service garages struggle to meet rent, payroll, and […]


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Why Isn’t My Car’s Heater Working?

October 24, 2017

Cold and freezing temperatures will be hitting most parts of the country within the next few weeks. Before that happens, it would be wise to check your car’s heater to confirm that everything is working properly. By doing this now, you’ll be giving yourself enough time to tend to any required repairs before winter temperatures […]


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Storing Vehicles for Winter with Auto Parking Lifts

October 17, 2017

If you have a sports car, classic car, motorcycle, dirt bike, or personal watercraft, it’s time to begin thinking about winter storage solutions. Here are tips on how to prep and store these types of vehicles on auto lifts so they’ll be in optimal condition when spring comes around again. Cars Wash and vacuum the […]


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Car Lifts: New or Used?

October 10, 2017

When shopping for a car lift, you might be tempted to buy a used model over a brand new one in order to save some extra bucks. This is a natural inclination, and it likely wouldn’t be very difficult to find equipment auctions in your city or state. But is this a risk you should […]


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5 Reasons Why Motorcycle Enthusiasts Need a Motorcycle Lift

October 3, 2017

At today’s prices, motorcycle lifts aren’t just for professional service garages and repair shops anymore. Motorcycle lifts are a must-have piece of equipment for all riders out there, whether they own a dirt bike or a Ducati. In fact, here is a list of 5 reasons why every motorcycle enthusiast needs a motorcycle lift in […]


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When to Change Your Car’s Air Filter

September 28, 2017

The air filter in a car performs the crucial function of removing dirt, dust, and other particulates from air before it reaches the intake valve and combustion chambers of the engine. Without an air filter, there would be no barrier between contaminants and the inner components of the engine, leaving your vehicle vulnerable to a […]


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Don’t Forget These Auto Lift Accessories

September 12, 2017

If you’ve purchased an auto lift or storage lift for your home garage, then you’re well on your way to being able to maintain and repair your own vehicles or work on the rebuild projects you’ve always dreamed of doing. But while an auto lift is incredibly useful and versatile by itself, the addition of […]


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