Blog

Motor Oil Myths: Cleaning Up the Confusion

What's the deal with all of the myths that are flying around about motor oil? There are a lot of them, and to help you separate fact from fiction, here are a few of them debunked.

Some people think that if you put synthetic oil in your vehicle once, then you can never switch back to conventional oil. This is absolutely false. 

read more
Categories:

Some Reasons Your Tire Pressure Light Is On

The majority of new vehicles on the market today have tire pressure sensors on each of their tires and sometimes even the spare. These sensors are designed to let you know if the pressure inside of your tire is either too high or too low and you can act accordingly. In addition to just needing additional air or letting air out, you may have other issues going on that need to be addressed in a timely manner.

read more
Categories:

Replacing Leaky Tires

A leaking tire is a sign that you may need new tires. Firm tires are important to driving; they maintain contact with the roadway, support the vehicle, and provide traction. Tires require balance and even tire pressure that meets the manufacturers standard. When one or more tires do not hold air pressure, it could be a sign of excessive wear and a need to replace the tires.

read more
Categories:

All About Brake Pads

Brake pads are an integral part of the vehicle's braking system. The braking system deploys when the driver pushes the brake pedal. This creates pressure in the brake lines and causes the brake fluid to put pressure on the brake caliper. The caliper squeezes the rotors, metal discs that spin with the wheels. The amount of heat and friction caused by this action is extreme. 

read more
Categories:

Find and Install a New Car Battery

When your vehicle has trouble starting, there is a chance that the battery that is a part of the vehicle is to blame for the issue. You do not want to let your battery drain completely or you will end up stranded. Find a new battery for your vehicle when yours is not working like it should.

read more
Categories:

Servicing Your Headlights is Important

There are a number of areas on your vehicle that need to be routinely serviced in order for your vehicle to work efficiently and to protect your overall investment. Some things are a bit more involved like say, having your brakes replaced. While other things tend to be faster and much simpler like servicing your headlights. 

read more
Categories:

Keep Your Fluids in Check at Lauderdale BMW of Pembroke Pines

Every vehicle on the road today depends on various fluids to keep it running smoothly and safely just as intended. Often times, however, because there are so many different fluids, their proper maintenance and required replacement times gets overlooked by unknowing vehicle owners. How can you overcome this challenge and ensure your vehicle operates at its peak? Allow us to help!

read more
Categories:

Keep Your Oil in Your Car

When was the last time you had your oil changed? If you're starting to panic, wondering if it's been more than 3,000 miles since your last oil change, don't worry: the 3,000-mile oil change interval is actually an outdated relic that doesn't apply to most cars built in the last 20 years.

read more
Categories:

First Thing's First, Get Your Auto Loan Pre-Authorized Online

When it comes to purchasing a new or used vehicle, many auto shoppers tend to get the order of operations all mixed up and backwards. They go down to the car dealership, pick out a model they would like to purchase, and then attempt to get it financed with a loan. The only problem with this is that sometimes they want to buy a more expensive vehicle that they cannot get financing for, and then they have to unfortunately start the process all over again.

read more
Categories: ,