3 Reasons To Use Software In Your Auto Repair Shop

Posted on: 6 May 2015
Auto repair shops have been functioning without the use of computers or software for a long time, but this dynamic is changing. More and more shops are starting to use software programs as a part of their day-to-day operations, and if you haven't yet made this change in your own shop, then you are really missing out on a lot of potential benefits. These are some of the many reasons to implement software in your auto repair shop, even if you are used to doing things the old-fashioned way.
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Two Ways To Save Costs On Sandblasting

Posted on: 27 April 2015
Sandblasting is a great way to remove paint and rust during a restoration project. Unlike chemical strippers which can leave a residue behind, and thus intervene with repainting, sandblasting uses a kinetic process to remove the paint, which means you will have no residue to worry about. While blasting is effective at removing heavy rust and thick paints, you need to have a good set-up in order to make it cost effective.
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Improve The Look And Function Of Your Car With An Air Dam And Spoiler

Posted on: 21 April 2015
A car is not only a mode of transportation; it is also a reflection of your personality. Or at least a car can be a reflection of who you are. If you buy a car straight from the manufacturer, you will get a car that looks and functions like thousands of other cars on the road. By adding aftermarket parts, you can make your car look and perform like a finely tuned driving machine.
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4 Reasons Your "Service Engine Soon Light" Turned On

Posted on: 16 April 2015
One of the things that drivers dread seeing is that ominous service engine soon light turning on while they are driving. It is definitely not something you should ignore, as avoiding the problem could lead to an unforeseen issue. Here are 4 reasons why the light could have turned on. A Failing Oxygen Sensor You car's oxygen sensor is what measures how much unburned oxygen is in your exhaust system. An oxygen sensor that is not working properly will cause your car to use much more fuel than it needs to.
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