FAQ

Can aluminum body panels be repaired?
Aluminum and steel repair use certain common methods. Still, there are certain specific procedures for aluminum repair. Technicians at our company are proficient in discerning the differences between aluminum and steel repair of the car. We have the technical expertise to prevent aluminum corrosion and identify the need for additional products and equipment.
How do you fix corroded aluminum body panel?
Internal corroding of aluminum is called galvanic corrosion; Water may contain certain substances which trigger aluminum corrosion. Moreover, the velocity with which water strikes the aluminum surface may also exacerbate corrosion. The velocity and the pH level of water, its silica and carbonate constituents aggravate the corrosion rate. Other factors may also cause aluminum to rust; for instance, road salt is the main reason for vehicle corrosion.
When should you get a brake pad and brake disc replacement?
The time for brake pad and disc replacement depends on the mileage, manufacturing date, construct, repair history, and the conditions under which your car is being driven. A brake pad is made from a softer material than the brake disc, which tends to wear out faster. In almost all brake disc replacement cases, the brake pads also get replaced. There are certain signs which indicate a requirement for a brake replacement. Car brakes generally make some sound and little noise, but a loud screeching sound suggests the need for having brake pads replaced. Some faltering brake pads screech even when the brake pads are not in use. Vibrations and pulsations in the brake pedal and the steering wheel are the signs of worn-out or damaged brake discs. Jerks in the car or its erratic movement also indicate damage to the brake pads. You may extend the lifespan of the brakes of your car by taking specific preventive measures. For instance, driving in areas that require regular breaking adversely impacts your vehicle's brakes, for example, driving in high traffic environments or hilly areas.
At what thickness should brake discs be replaced?
Brake pads must be thicker than 6.4 mm; otherwise, they need to be replaced.
What is brake fluid?
Brake fluid is a hydraulic fluid used in the hydraulic clutch and hydraulic brake applications in cars. It is essential for the brakes’ function because when pressure is applied to the brake pedal, the brake fluid transfers it to the rear and front brakes to stop the vehicle.
When should you get a brake fluid replacement service?
Brake fluid replacement is required at least once every 2 years. The time for having brake fluid service depends on many factors, such as the manufacturing date of the car, the make and model, mileage, and the place where it was driven.
Why does my car need maintenance if it's running fine?
Regular maintenance of your vehicle protects your investment, helps to prevent breakdowns, and will save you on the cost of repairs in the future.
What will happen if I don't have the repairs done right now?
Regular maintenance of your vehicle protects your investment, helps to prevent breakdowns, and will save you on the cost of repairs in the future.
What Should I Do When My Check Engine Lights Come On?
Regular maintenance of your vehicle protects your investment, helps to prevent breakdowns, and will save you on the cost of repairs in the future.
How Often Should I Have My Brakes Checked?
Regular maintenance of your vehicle protects your investment, helps to prevent breakdowns, and will save you on the cost of repairs in the future.
What Type of Oil Filter Do I Need?
Regular maintenance of your vehicle protects your investment, helps to prevent breakdowns, and will save you on the cost of repairs in the future.
Do I Really Need Winter Tires?
Regular maintenance of your vehicle protects your investment, helps to prevent breakdowns, and will save you on the cost of repairs in the future.

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