In the past, car maintenance was required every 15,000 miles or so. Checking and adjusting the points and ignition timing needed to be done often; and spark plugs and fuel filters never lasted much more than 15,000 miles.
Inspect the wheels and connective parts. Make sure everything fits snugly where it should and replace any stripped or loose screws. If there are cracked pieces, take the sweeper to the dealership for replacement items, including the handle, switches, extensions, and other sections.
Safety features on the Toyota Scion include ABS, side impact air bags side curtain airbags and even a driver’s knee airbag. Interestingly, neither traction control nor an antiskid system is available.
Watch for warning signs. These might include sparks when you plug or unplug it, a burning smell when it is turned on, or grabbing and holding carpet threads or area rugs. If something doesn’t seem right when using the vacuum sweeper, turn it off and call your appliance dealer or automotive aftermarket.
In any busy auto shop, old oil filters can pile up on you in a hurry and become a disposal nightmare. An oil filter crusher can save you time and money by reducing them down to manageable size and helping you to dispose of them legally and properly. If the EPA investigates and find you are not disposing of your oil filters properly you could be fined a lot of money. If you are outsourcing your oil filter disposal to another company, the EPA can still come after you if they are not disposing of them correctly and legally. The best solution is to do it yourself with the right equipment.
In order to make a sale, you must differentiate yourself from the status quo or the prospect will not act. You must also differentiate yourself from the competition or you will lose the sale to the lowest bidder. No matter what you are selling, if the prospect does not perceive value in your solution, he will not buy it, no matter what the price.
Why do we say strut bars (also known as strut braces) are the simplest automotive accessory? The answer is it is just a brace with one circle on each end of the brace itself. Yes, just a simple bar unlike a strong side step bar with non-slip pads or a bull bar with fog lights. A strut brace is a mostly aftermarket car suspension accessory for the purpose of increasing the car’s ride ability by providing extra stiffness between the strut towers.