According to the New York Times, the average car sold in the United States weighs just over 4,000 pounds. When you are maneuvering that much force, you need reliable brakes. Far too many motorists put their vehicle (and themselves) in harm’s way by relying on old, worn-out brakes. Here, at Elite RV & Car Care,
How do brakes work? In order to stop a car, the driver compresses the brake lever which begins a chain reaction of events that ultimately ends with the wheels slowing and/or stopping. It’s a complex system – one of the most critical systems of your car – and as such, it deserves time and attention.
Just as you go to the doctor for a check-up on your health, it is also important to monitor your vehicle’s health. Emission tests do just that. Emission testing, a smog check, is conducted to monitor the pollutant emissions produced by the engine that are released into the air. Keeping the environment clean and safe
With hurricane season coming at full force, it is important to know the ins and outs of car safety after flooding. Hundreds of thousands of Texas residents are at risk of losing their vehicle due to submerging of flood water. Education on how to approach the use of your vehicle and how to drive in
- August 31, 2017
- By Elite RV & Car Care
- In RV
Summer is coming to an end and it is time to get one more trip out of your RV before winter comes around. Elite RV & Car Care’s service center specializes in maintenance for RV’s, 5th wheels, travel trailers, and boat trailers. Our experienced technicians are here to help maintain or repair your RV before