Category Archive: Vehicle Maintenance and Repair

Dec 29

Paintless Dent Removal Technicians in Demand in a Niche Market

PDR Technician Earnings – Fact or Fiction? Yes, that’s right – the claim made by some PDR Technicians are that an experienced PDR technician can earn as much as surgeons! The paintless dent removal industry has existed for the past 30 years in Australia and not many know about its existence! I would estimate that …

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Dec 29

The Importance of Automotive Filter Changes

Humans require clean, easy-to-breath air in order to live. And just like humans, vehicles also need to be able to “breathe” clean air in order to survive. While human lungs make it possible to breathe, a vehicle’s air filters do just the same. But after some time, they begin to accumulate mass amounts of dirt, …

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Dec 29

Three Clutch Issues to Be Resolved for the Smooth Performance of Your Car

Do you own a car or drive one? The number of automatic transmission vehicles has been growing now days. But, you can still find several vehicles with manual transmissions, which are performing well on the road. However, you need to be little careful with the gearbox and clutch to avoid any damage to the transmission …

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Dec 29

Preparing Your Car for Winter

The Canadian winter season can considerably influence driving conditions. In situations like this, drivers are more prone to accidents. It’s critical to focus on cautious driving to protect yourself and keep your family. Safe driving also helps minimize your insurance rates while reducing wear and tear on your vehicle. Here are a few checks that …

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Dec 29

Holden Commodore – Experience the Newly Developed Range

If you are using one of the supercharged commodores, then let me tell you that Holden v6 engine is the best and you should surely give it a try as it has some of the features like an extra bit of edge and an OEM replacement aluminum billet pulley. These types of Holden commodores come …

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