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Is It Time for an Oil Change?
Published November 3rd, 2019
Running on old engine oil—or, even worse, too little engine oil—can damage your car and reduce its lifespan. So don’t take a chance. Always keep track of your engine oil, and when it’s time for an oil change, reach out to a TrustDALE certified oil change specialist like Havoline xpress lube.
How a Cheap Oil Change Can Cost You
Published September 12th, 2018
Modern consumers like speed and convenience. So wouldn’t you want convenient car services? It seems that there’s a cheap, fast, no-appointment-needed oil change provider around every corner. How convenient! But the truth is that you may end up paying more than you bargained for.
What to Know Before Taking Your Car in for Repairs
Published July 25th, 2018
Keeping a paid off vehicle is a great way to save some money. Unfortunately, many price-conscious drivers are also putting off needed repairs to try to save an extra buck. But putting off repairs could actually cost you more, and it puts your safety and the safety of other drivers at risk.
Dale Investigates: Diesel Dilemma
Published April 21st, 2018
If you accidentally start pumping diesel into your gasoline powered car, you’re in for some expensive repairs. And if you pump gasoline into a diesel engine, the damage could be even worse! But mixing up the two pumps may be easier than you’d think.
How To Find The Best Automotive Services In Atlanta
Published October 30th, 2017
While owning a vehicle has basically become an unquestionable need for people of all ages, it does come with a few downsides, the main negative being the inevitable need for automotive repair and maintenance services.
5 Reasons Why You Should Have An Oil Change For Your Car Right Now
Published February 3rd, 2016
Car manufacturers are increasingly making claims about low car maintenance costs by lowering down the number of visits you need to make to the mechanic. Technology is fast advancing, yes, but the myth about now having to get an oil change at 15,000 miles needs to be debunked.