European cars are known for being finely-tuned, high-performance machines. Their engines provide exceptional power and a smooth ride, but that kind of performance requires careful maintenance. If you drive a European car, here are a few tips you should follow for Audi maintenance in Houston. Read the rest of this entry »
Whether you buy a new car or a used car, you want to keep it in excellent condition for as long as possible. Unfortunately, life doesn’t always cooperate with those plans. Body damage is bound to happen, and it can detract from your car’s overall appearance. Luckily, most body damage can be repaired so that your car looks like new again. Keep reading to learn the most common types of body damage cars experience and how we can fix it with BMW repair in Houston. Read the rest of this entry »
Potholes are a major nuisance, but they are also an unfortunately common sight on many roads. Almost every driver out there has had that teeth-jarring experience of striking a pothole that you didn’t notice or couldn’t avoid. It’s certainly uncomfortable for you, but in most cases, you’ll probably just grimace, say a few choice words, and continuing driving. But how are those potholes affecting your car? Keep reading to learn potential damage your vehicle could sustain from striking a pothole. And if you notice this damage on your vehicle, bring it in for Land Rover Houston service right away. Read the rest of this entry »
Owning a car can be exciting, providing you with the freedom to go anywhere at any time. But that freedom can be cut short if something goes wrong on the road, and you don’t have the right tools for dealing with the problem at hand. Life can be unpredictable, so it’s important that you’re prepared for as many potential issues as you can imagine. To that end, here are four items that we think every car owner should keep in their cars. Read the rest of this entry »
There are many luxury European cars that are popular here in the United States. Americans are often seen driving BMWs, Mercedes-Benz, Audis, Porsches, and other foreign-made vehicles. But having been in the country for years, the fact remains that these European cars require a special kind of care—something that not every mechanic is qualified to provide. If you drive a European car, you should be bringing it to a specialist who is trained specifically on the repairs and maintenance for your make of vehicle. Why? Keep reading to find out the reasons you should find a specialist for any European car repair in Houston.
To modify a common saying, “Damage happens.” At one point or another, your shiny new car is going to get a ding, dent, scratch, or potentially much more serious body damage. What kind of damage is your car most likely to sustain? Keep reading, and we’ll tell you the most common types of auto body collision repair Houston drivers bring into our shop.
Every part of your vehicle has a projected lifespan. For some parts of your car, that could be decades. For others, it’s a handful of years or maybe mere months. Serpentine belts are one of those parts that will inevitably need to be replaced as your car ages. But how do you know when to replace it? Keep reading to learn the signs you need this type of Land Rover repair in Houston, TX.
Nobody likes climbing into a steaming hot car in the middle of summer. You crank your AC up as high as it will go and hope that it will cool off your car quickly. But if your HVAC blower has gone bad, you’re stuck inside that oven on wheels until it gets fixed. How does an HVAC glower go bad, and how can you find someone to repair it quickly? Keep reading to find out where you can find BMW auto repair in Houston.
Low fuel pressure isn’t a common issue among all types of cars. However, it does occur more frequently in certain German cars—particularly VW and Audi models. But what causes low fuel pressure? How can you recognize this problem in your own car? And, if you notice this problem, what can you do about it? Keep reading to get answers to these questions from our Audi mechanic in Houston, TX. Read the rest of this entry »