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519 Ellice Street
Victoria, BC
V8T 2G8
 250-382-1113

(250) 382-1113 Mon-Fri 8am - 5PM

What is SUV Sway?

SUVs are desired for a number of reasons, but the bulk comes with a downside. If your SUV is leaning from side to side, it may be worth a trip to the shop.

Is It Ok To Mismatch Tires?

Usually, we are replacing all four tires at once, so it is a no-brainer to buy a new set. But what about if you get a puncture on a relatively new tire?

Excessive Tire Noise (Part 3/3)

In Parts 1 & 2 of this series, we discussed various reasons why your tires might be creating lots of noise. Now, in the 3rd and final part, we present the solutions.

Excessive Tire Noise (Part 1/3)

Tire noise is an issue that most people don't think about until it becomes a problem. Here are the factors that influence tire noise, so you can keep your ride comfortable.

Why Your Battery Keeps Dying

Electrical troubles can keep you home-bound or even leave you stranded. Here are the most common reasons for electrical failure, and what you can do.

Can I Tow My Boat?

We get this one fairly often, and it usually goes something like this: “So… I have a boat and a car… can I tow my boat with my car? Or do I have to buy a truck?”

The Causes of Headlight Flicker

Here are three main causes of flickering headlights. Headlights are an important safety feature, and it's important that yours are functioning properly.

Why Your Steering Wheel Shakes

Here are the three most common reasons behind a shaking steering wheel. Don't ignore this issue for too long, as it could be symptomatic of a serious problem.

When Should I Use the Parking Brake?

In this client Q&A we settle a civil disagreement about the use of the parking break in automatic transmission vehicles. It is nice to see things settled, once and for all.

Is It Worth Getting a Tow?

After an accident, once everyone is safely accounted for and information is exchanged there is always an awkward decision: should I drive my car home, or have it towed? Click here to learn when to drive and when to tow.

Car Alarms Part 2: Disengaging an Alarm

This week is a follow-up to last week's article about why you might be getting false alarms. Here's how to disengage an annoying alarm that is going off at inconvenient times.
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