Fluids Make the Wheels Go Around

Our cars and trucks our filled with several kinds of fluids. If our precious, ever-helpful vehicles didn’t have these fluids, we likely couldn’t drive them to work, school, or anywhere else – let alone out of our driveways.

Here are some of the most common types of fluids people think of when vehicular fluid come to mind.

  • Coolant, also called antifreeze, is found in our vehicles’ radiators. It should be replaced every few years, and checked as the outdoor temperature changes from hot to cold – about twice a year.
  • Brake fluid makes up the distance between your brake pedals and the pads that slow the vehicle down. Check it as frequently as you change your oil, and aim to replace it every few years.

If you are not sure where to find these fluids in your vehicle, or simply don’t want to, come by Bob Allen, where we can help your car stay in good shape.

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