25Aug

Your Guide to Selling Your Car

We’ve broken down selling your car into four simple steps from preparing your vehicle for sale, what paperwork you'll require to sell, how to market your vehicle and of course - closing the sale.

Read More
18Aug

What are Struts, and Do I Need New Ones?

By Parkside Motors / August 18, 2020 / Articles / No Comments

The struts are a critical component of your vehicle’s suspension system. Struts keep your vehicle balanced and flat while driving, and more. Read on to become an expert on struts.

Read More
11Aug

Tie Rods Gone Bad

By Parkside Motors / August 11, 2020 / Need To Know, Tips / No Comments

Here are 4 signs of faulty tie rods. As a critical part of the steering linkage, it’s important to recognize the early signs of tie rods going bad.

Read More
4Aug

Young Driver Safety

By Parkside Motors / August 4, 2020 / Articles, Tips / No Comments

Most of us started as teens, and many of today’s teens have a difficult time getting behind the wheel. Our first drive can be overwhelming, but everyone can learn and become safe drivers. Click here for some tips.

Read More
28Jul

The Wash Your Car Deserves

There are two big secrets to proper vehicle maintenance: Consistency and Process. Here are the steps you need to take to ensure the best car wash possible.

Read More
21Jul

Road Trip Prep (No Mechanic Needed)

This summer, no one is likely going too far, but the opportunities for road trips within BC are amazing. Whether your plans are big or small, you need to ensure your vehicle is road-trip worthy.

Read More
14Jul

Road Trip Prep (With Mechanic)

With so many people's summer plans disrupted, it seems that even more folks than usual are going to be hitting the road and staying local. Here's how to make sure your car is ready for the journeys.

Read More
7Jul

Power Steering Issues

Power steering is a component of your vehicle that most drivers don’t appreciate until it stops working. Here we look at what causes power steering problems, and how you can fix them.

Read More
23Jun

Save Money With Vehicle Maintenance

Your manufacturer provides a recommended maintenance schedule for a good reason. Following this schedule will ensure that your vehicle operates smoothly and efficiently for years to come.

Read More
16Jun

COVID-19 Update

By Parkside Motors / June 16, 2020 / News / No Comments

At Parkside Motors, the safety of our customers in the Victoria area has always been a top priority. Facing the current crisis our commitment to that goal will not change.

Read More
16Jun

Should I Buy Generic Tires?

When shopping for new tires, you have the option to purchase "OE" tires or you can search for a new brand and model. Which is the best option? Find out here.

Read More
9Jun

Fix These Issues Before Summer

By Parkside Motors / June 9, 2020 / Articles, Tips / 4 Comments

Before hitting the road on that summer get-away you've been dreaming of since December, make sure your vehicle is free from any of these common problems.

Read More
2Jun

Your Guide to Inspections

By Parkside Motors / June 2, 2020 / Need To Know / No Comments

An important thing to consider when visiting your preferred service provider, or while you are looking for a new one, is how that particular shop conducts inspections. Read more to learn what you need to know about vehicle inspections.

Read More
26May

Do You Need a Radiator Flush?

No matter what kind of vehicle you own, it will benefit from having your cooling system inspected annually. As the heart of the cooling system, radiators keep your engine from overheating and engine block from warping, cracking, or seizing with heat.

Read More
19May

What to Expect from Oil Additives

Oil additives are touted as a way to reduce your fuel consumption and combat increasing gasoline prices. We’d like to separate the truths from the wild claims that additive manufacturers make in their efforts to move their product off the store shelves and into your oil tank.

Read More
12May

How to Remove Your Car From Storage

By Parkside Motors / May 12, 2020 / Need To Know, Tips / No Comments

As B.C. starts to ease COVID-19 restrictions, many Islanders will be driving their cars for the first time in a while. Here's how to make sure everything works properly.

Read More