When it comes to purchasing a used vehicle, the decision can be daunting. With so many options available, each promising longevity and performance, how does one choose? If you ask the automotive experts at Naylor’s, Toyota is the way to go. Toyota is recommended by so many mechanics for its consistent delivery of quality and durability, as well as a low total cost of ownership.
In an age where technology continually revolutionizes our lives, it's no surprise that the automotive industry has embraced digital advancements to enhance vehicle care. Have you ever wondered what a digital vehicle inspection is and how it can benefit you as a vehicle owner? At Naylor's Auto Repair, we're committed to transparency and excellence in automotive service, and digital inspections are at the heart of our approach.
Understanding your vehicle's maintenance needs can sometimes feel like navigating a maze. One common question that often arises is whether you should replace struts when you replace shocks. It's a topic that might seem a bit intricate, but we're here to simplify it for you. Shocks and struts are key players in ensuring your car's smooth ride, especially if you drive a foreign model like a Toyota, Subaru, or Honda.
Under the hood of every vehicle, you’ll find the all-important cooling system. It’s built from a series of hoses, fans, pumps, and fluid. This fluid, or coolant, is essential in transferring heat away from the car's engine and out into the air, preventing it from overheating and causing significant damage.
One of the most common questions people have for their mechanic is “What is the best used car to purchase?” This is especially common from parents shopping for a safe, reliable, and affordable vehicle for their new driver.
It’s not uncommon for drivers, no matter how long they’ve been on the road, to not definitively know the difference between wheel alignment and tire rotation. No worries if you can relate, at Naylor's Auto Repair, we believe in empowering our clients through education.
When considering buying a new-to-you used car, many drivers look to brands and models with a track record of dependability and low maintenance needs. Buying a used car that is easy to maintain typically saves you money and time on future repairs.
What’s more fun than hitting the open road in your car, taking turn after turn as you go? Well if your car's tires are out of alignment, you might not agree with this sentiment. Without proper alignment, the ride of your car can become bumpy, shaky, or even require you to slow down to maintain good road safety. If this is news to you, and your car has started to feel like it isn’t driving as well as it once did, keep reading to learn why proper alignment is an essential part of regular car maintenance.
When it comes to reliability and affordability in the automotive world, Japanese car brands have carved out a reputation that is hard to beat. Over the years, Japanese car manufacturers have crafted several different makes and models that, whether old or new, have been shown to be excellent cars to own. The engineering, attention to detail, and quality of materials used keep these cars on the roads and typically require less frequent maintenance.
At times it can feel like you need to be an expert on auto repair when it comes to owning a car. Yes, there are several components that can be difficult to fully understand on your own, but one of the best things you can keep track of as an owner is when your car's wheels need an alignment. Drivers should never forgo their car's alignments for too long, since they can directly impact the safety and performance of the vehicle.