Inspecting your vehicle's exhaust system before winter is essential for a multitude of reasons. In this post we cover several of those reasons.
Having an exhaust inspection for your vehicle offers several benefits. In this post we cover several advantages.
Customers often have questions about exhaust systems. In this post we review some of the most asked Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
Your brakes are so important for winter driving in New England. Throughout the winter, monitor your brakes carefully for any signs of damage or wear.
Although the terms exhaust manifold and header are often used interchangeably, these two components are not identical, though they do serve the same basic purpose.
Many people wonder if it's okay to drive around with a damaged or broken muffler. Some people even assume there are situations when it's okay to drive with a muffler half hanging off, duct-taped up, or no muffler at all. Here are just some of the reasons why you should never drive with a damaged muffler.
We recently installed a new Magnaflow Performance Muffler on this beautiful 1992 Chevrolet Pickup Truck.
Catalytic converters are an exhaust emission control device that have been around since 1975. They convert toxic and harmful exhaust gasses into less toxic pollutants.
The exhaust manifold is the very first component of your exhaust system. Your Vehicle will either have one or two depending on year, make, and model.
Your vehicle's brake system is one of the most critical components of your vehicle. It's important to know when to have them inspected or replaced.