Two things matter when mounting new tires on your truck or commercial vehicle. First, you want it done right. Second, you want it done fast. For both, Bob's Truck Repair & Car Care Center in Port Huron, MI has you covered.
Once you have a set of new tires installed on your commercial truck or fleet vehicle, you’ll want to get the most out of them. By maintaining them correctly and inspecting them regularly, you’ll keep them on the road for many miles to come. At Bob's Truck Repair & Car Care Center in Port Huron, MI we want you to be able to drive on your tires for miles, so let us help you do just that!
With temperatures dropping around the country, it’s understandably tempting to let your car or SUV idle to stay warm. At Bob's Truck Repair & Car Care Center in Port Huron, MI, one of our goals is to keep you informed on how to best care for your performance and luxury vehicles.
Your turbocharger will work in essentially the same way, whether you drive a Powerstroke, Cummins, or Duramax diesel pickup. While there are differences in designs and applications, turbos haven’t changed all that much over the past century. Now that you know what one is made of, we’ll look at how it works.
At Bob's Truck Repair & Car Care Center in Port Huron, we specialize in detailed knowledge of complicated, performance systems. One such system, which is becoming ever more precise and complex, is the suspension on your car. Luxury and performance vehicles are innovators and leaders in the suspension field; and as such, it takes leading technicians to service them.
On average, today’s vehicles get better gas mileage than ever. There are still ways to get the most out of the fuel that you put into your tank. Here are the factors that affect gas mileage, and what you can do to maximize yours, from Bob's Truck Repair & Car Care Center in Port Huron, MI.
Once you’ve got your fleet vehicle or commercial truck back on the road, it’s important to take the proper steps to keep it that way. At Bob's Truck Repair & Car Care Center in Port Huron, MI we have you covered. Sometimes engines just wear out - but there’s a good chance your last engine took a turn for the worst as a result of maintenance issues that went unnoticed or weren’t taken care of in time.