If you drive a fleet or commercial vehicle, you log a lot of hours on the road. Inevitably, a flat tire is going to happen - it’s just a matter of knowing how to handle it when it does. Here’s what you need to remember, from Dale and Ron's Auto Service Inc in Lawrence, KS.
At Dale and Ron's Auto Service Inc in Lawrence, KS, we like to offer a little insight from time to time. Here are some quick tips to unlocking the secret of keeping a transmission going strong.
Fuel Systems are particularly important on diesel trucks, whether you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, or Dodge pickup. At Dale and Ron's Auto Service Inc in Lawrence, fuel system maintenance and repair is a service we prioritize, since we know how essential a reliable fuel system is.
Whether you drive a Duramax, Powerstroke, or Cummins diesel truck, sooner or later you’re going to have to replace a tire or two. You know when the tread gets low it’s time for new rubber - but there are plenty of other things that warrant a replacement. Here’s what you need to know, from Dale and Ron's Auto Service Inc in Lawrence, KS.
At Dale and Ron's Auto Service Inc in Lawrence, KS, we understand the intricacy and complexity of your transmission. That’s why we always treat it with the same attention to detail as the engineers that designed it, no matter what type of car, truck, or SUV you drive.
What is an HEUI System you may ask? When it was first introduced, HEUI systems revolutionized diesel technology in groundbreaking ways. Though other technologies have taken the forefront since its development, HEUI systems are still extremely common throughout the diesel industry. From our team here at Dale and Ron's Auto Service Inc in Lawrence, KS, here’s a quick look at how these systems work, and what the advantages are of having one.
No matter what you drive, compression is important. On fleet and commercial diesel engines, it’s essential. At Dale and Ron's Auto Service Inc in Lawrence, KS, we have the knowledge and ability you need to keep your fleet on the road and running strong.
Automatic transmissions are the default now - with efficiency approaching or surpassing that of manual transmissions, and automatics with 8 or 10 electronically controlled gears, it’s no surprise they’ve gained so much popularity over the past few decades. But where did it all start? Dale and Ron's Auto Service Inc in Lawrence, KS has the answers.