Posted on September 29, 2017 by Spiteri's Auto Service in Brake Repair
We’ve dedicated today’s blog entry to discussing the three most common brake pad types and what makes them unique. Knowing the difference between each will help you make an informed decision the next time your car is in the shop for brake repair. Let’s go over the three types and determine what works best for
We know it can be inconvenient to get your oil changed every 3-5K miles on the dot. You have a busy life that requires a vehicle to get around, otherwise why would you even have a vehicle? But have you thought about what happens when you prolong that oil change? If not, we’ve decided to
Posted on February 10, 2017 by Spiteri's Auto Service in Auto Repair
It’s important to listen to your brakes. They are an important safety feature in every vehicle that can help keep you and other drivers on the road safe. But how can you listen, if you don’t know your brakes language and what they are trying to tell you. We’ve decided to help you with that.
The transmission in your car is one of the most important and complicated components in the entire vehicle. The sophisticated hydraulics and computer controlled electronic portions work together to change gears within the engine. The engine transfers power to the wheels in order to move your car. While this kind of repair can be costly,
Posted on November 2, 2015 by Spiteri's Auto Service in Tire Repair
Tires are what keep you rolling… literally. According to a recent AAA study 60% of Americans don’t check their tires regularly, which can lead to disastrous results. A flat tire or a blowout can make for a very dangerous situation on the road. Here are 4 tips to help keep you on the road. Check
Posted on July 7, 2015 by Spiteri's Auto Service in Safety
Most drivers don’t know how to avoid common road hazards, and what to do when encountering dangerous situations on the road. We’ve included a list below of some common road hazards, preventative measures to avoid them entirely, and what to do if you find yourself in a potentially dangerous situation on the road. Tire blowouts.