Suspension systems should continue to operate effectively for many years and tens of thousands of kilometers for Hamilton drivers, holding your tires’ foot print on the road. Eventually components do wear out, but how long that takes depends a lot on how you drive around Hamilton.
Today’s Putney’s Brake and Alignment Service post focuses on brakes. Braking is slowing or stopping a vehicle. The mechanical aspects of the brakes themselves are just one issue. There’s also the power brake system and brake fluid. And then there are the tires, which are critical to the effectiveness of the brakes.
It’s very important to your Hamilton service center to keep drivers happy and on the road. You might be surprised at the amount of money service centers spend every year to make sure their technicians are properly trained.Hamilton area service centers, including Putney’s Brake and Alignment Service, offer a variety of
There are some things Putney’s Brake and Alignment Service customers should know about automotive service and repair in Hamilton. First and foremost, Putney’s Brake and Alignment Service cares about you and your family’s safety. And they really appreciate your business. Putney’s Brake and Alignment Service wants to build a trusting
It is pretty amazing how manufacturers have been able to consistently build more vigorous engines in cars that get better fuel economy while at the same time meeting increasing environmental standards. One of the little miracles that helps make this happen is the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Valve.
Most Hamilton drivers are aware that car makers have service intervals for your car. The engineers that design our vehicles have tested the various systems and components to meet durability and safety standards. Some of these standards are self-imposed and others, like those for emissions components, are government mandated.