Fixing the Cruise Control

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Fixing the Cruise Control

Ever since I begin driving at the age of sixteen, I’ve always enjoyed using the cruise control feature in my vehicles. Regardless of whether I’m driving down a country road or on a major interstate, I utilize my automobile’s cruise control. Unfortunately, this convenient feature suddenly stopped working in my car a few months ago. Because I don’t know anything about vehicles, I didn’t have a clue as to what was wrong with my car. Therefore, I had an expert look at it. This individual determined that I needed to replace a certain type of sensor. After obtaining a new sensor, my cruise control has worked perfectly again. On this blog, you will discover the types of automotive issues that can cause the cruise control in your vehicle to malfunction.


An In-Depth Guide On Bleeding Your Car’s Brakes

20 October 2015
 Categories: Automotive, Articles

Bleeding your car's brake lines is a must-do task if you plan on changing the brake fluid. Bleeding the brake lines not only purges them of worn brake fluid, but it also prevents air from getting trapped in the lines. While this task has a bit of a reputation for being difficult and somewhat intimidating, it can be done as long as you follow the instructions and tips found below. Read More …

When Hauling Heavy Equipment, Make Sure You Have Permits For Any Detours

24 August 2015
 Categories: , Articles

If you spend enough time driving as a heavy equipment hauler, you'll eventually face a detour. Whether due to construction, an accident or some other cause, you'll need to take a different route from the one you had planned. In most cases, a detour isn't a big deal. If you're working for an equipment hauling service, however, you may need to obtain permits before taking the alternate route. You May Need Special Permits Read More …

Buying A Semi-Trailer Truck With An Overhauled Engine? Here’s What You’ll Need To Know

12 August 2015
 Categories: Automotive, Articles

As any long-haul trucker knows, the miles can definitely add up on a used semi-trailer truck. It's not out of the ordinary for a modern semitrailer truck to accumulate 100,000 or more miles in a single year. Inevitably, many of the used trucks you'll find on the lot may have undergone an engine overhaul after several hundred thousand miles of service. So that begs the question: is it worth it to buy a semi-trailer truck whose engine was overhauled not too long ago? Read More …

Carrying A Long Load: Legal Restrictions You May Need To Consider

10 August 2015
 Categories: Automotive, Articles

A lot of people need to transport longer items from one place to another. Even if you only intend to travel a short distance, it's not a good idea to sling everything in the back of your truck and just hope for the best. Various laws cover the transportation of long goods, and, if you don't meet the regulations, you could face legal penalties. If you need to transport a long load, consider the following legal restrictions. Read More …