Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Los Ranchos De Albuquerque Auto Repair

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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Albuquerque Auto Repair: Preventive Maintenance

As an auto repair shop, we talk a lot about “preventive maintenance” and how it can help your vehicle live a longer life in Albuquerque. But if you’ve ever been confused by the term or what it means, watch this clip explaining exactly what preventive maintenance is and how you can benefit from it

Why Use An ASE-Certified Technician?

If you have heard someone use the term, “ASE-Certified Technician,” but were never quite sure what it meant in terms of your vehicle’s needs, Albuquerque car repair services Don Brown Parts and Automotive Inc. offers the answer. In 1972, a national non-profit program called the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) was established to test and certify individual technicians in all major technical areas of repair and service. The organization was created to help consumers distinguish between competent and incompetent mechanics using difficult national tests that prove their technical skills and knowledge. Becoming an ASE-certified mechanic requires passing at least one exam and fulfilling two years of work experience. Specialty exams cover major areas of repair including: Manual Drive Train and Axles, Engine Repair, Suspension and Steering, Heating and Air Conditioning, Engine Performance, Brakes, Automatic Transmissions and Electrical Systems. The tests ... read more

Albuquerque Car Repair: Are Snow Tires Right For You?

If it’s no big deal for you to wake up in the winter months and find 3 or 4 inches of snow on the ground, then chances are you’ve thought about a good set of snow tires once or twice. Snow tires can give you a huge advantage during the winter months on the road, no matter what kind of vehicle you have. If you’re on the fence about whether to upgrade your tires for the winter months, consider the following facts: You’ll Have a Huge Advantage on Winter Roads Winter tires are made out of a softer rubber compound with deeper tread, giving them a much easier time gripping to the road—even on snowy, icy roads. A better grip means easier braking, easier turning, and a safer ride in general. The softer compound allows the tire to dig into the road, despite the snow and ice. Snow Tires vs. All Weather Tires You might think that by purchasing a set of all-weather tires that you’re covered for winter. While all-weathers are ma ... read more

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