Managing fleet vehicles is no easy task. They are an essential part of business and having one or more vehicle breakdown impacts the bottom line. We manage the maintenance of fleet vehicles for businesses in the Langley and Surrey areas and provide these tips to help your fleet vehicles run smoothly.
Few things could ruin your day faster than when your car won’t start. As mechanics in Langley, BC, we’ve been providing repair and maintenance on vehicles since 1985. There are a few common reasons for why your car won’t start. See if you can identify the problem with our tips below to get you on the road, or contact our Langley mechanics to have a look at the problem with your vehicle.
When it starts getting colder and you start to see leaves falling, it’s time to think about what you need to do to get your car ready for the fall and winter seasons. These vehicle maintenance tips for fall will help you to have a comfortable and safe ride this season.
Problems with a vehicle’s cooling system can lead to a car overheating. When this happens, heat isn’t able to leave the car’s engine compartment like it normally would be able to do. When your car overheats, it is a signal that there is a serious problem.
Warm and bright evenings, BBQs, and bare feet are all signals that summer is here, but long road trips and hot weather can impact your vehicle. Follow these tips so you aren’t left stranded under the hot sun at the side of the road in your vehicle this summer.
With gas prices continuing to rise, reducing costs has become a priority for many drivers.
You can save a significant amount of gas by changing how you drive. These top 5 driving tips can help you save on fuel.
Brakes are arguably one of the most important components on your vehicle for keeping you safe. Keeping them in good working condition should be a high priority for vehicle owners but is often overlooked. Regular maintenance on your brakes is ideal, but you can also watch for warning signs that your brakes need to be looked at by an auto repair shop. Watch for these signs on when to replace your brakes.
It is often thought that if you’ve purchased a new vehicle that has a warranty, that you must take that vehicle to the dealership for the warranty to remain valid. Every warranty agreement has different wording, but in most cases you will find that the vehicle owner is to follow a maintenance schedule. That means you can take your vehicle to any approved shop, like ours.