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Lewisville, TX 75057

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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Common Auto Repair Questions

Auto repair covers a wide range of repairs for your automobile. Finding the right auto repair shop can be vital when it comes to repairing the vehicle that is responsible for you and your family’s safety. Here is a list of common questions and answers when it comes to auto repair. How do I find the right Auto Repair Shop? When choosing an auto repair shop, it is a good idea to find one before you actually need one. This will help you avoid making rash, last-minute decisions without all of the information. Often, the best gauge of a reputable auto repair shop is what your friends, family and coworkers suggest. These word-of-mouth recommendations can point you in the direction of a mechanic who they trust and have had good experiences with. Depending on state and local law, auto repair shops may be required to be licensed or registered. If this is the case, it is always a good idea to ask to see the current licenses. You can also check wit ... read more


Auto Repair

What Does a Muffler Do?

Have you ever wondered what a muffler really does? Is it there simply to muffle the sounds coming from your vehicle, or is there a greater purpose behind this piece of equipment? The truth is, the muffler of your vehicle is very important. It also helps you get better performance from your vehicle as a whole. Here’s a few things you need to know about this engineering marvel. A Muffler Does More than Quieting Noises We all know that a muffler is a great piece of equipment to decrease the amount of noise coming from your engine. The baffle within the piece allows the sound to radiate outward, instead of straight out of your vehicle, leaving you hard of hearing after just a quick trip to the grocery store. However, there is a greater purpose behind this seemingly insignificant attachment to your tailpipe. It also helps your engine gulp up more oxygen, boosting how well your engine is able to perform. Part of the job of a muffler is to help get the ... read more


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