Your gas mileage mostly depends on what kind of car you drive; engine displacement and vehicle weight are the largest determining factors on gas mileage, and there’s not much you can do to change either of those. That doesn’t mean attempting to improve your fuel economy is a completely hopeless endeavor, however. With these tips from The Brake Shop in Mesa, you might be surprised how much your fuel mileage can be improved.
“Winterize” is a term you see thrown around a lot at mechanic shops and auto parts stores. What does it actually entail though? As with most things, there are the basics, and then there are the above and beyond approaches. Depending on what sort of winter you’re expecting, and how much you intend to drive in it, should determine how you winterize your car. We at The Brake Shop in Mesa have prepared some tips for you, to help you better understand what it means to winterize a car, and how to prepare for the months ahead.
Transmissions are complicated and intricate pieces of equipment. Many general mechanic shops won’t touch a transmission, if it’s anything more than simply installing a new one. Transmissions are one aspect of a vehicle that even experienced mechanics often don’t dare delve into, and is easily the most mysterious and misunderstood system in the automotive world.
An article about routine maintenance probably doesn’t sound like the most riveting read, but at The Brake Shop in Mesa, proper maintenance is something we believe in wholeheartedly. Routine maintenance is the key to making a car last for decades; if done correctly, your car will stay reliable and enjoyable to drive, and you will save time and money in the process.
2017 was a great year for Driveline Division of Jasper Engines and Transmissions. Five out of the top ten drivers, racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR® Cup Series drove cars equipped with JASPER products. One of those included the champion of the series Martin Truex, Jr. who drives for Furniture Row Racing.