Engine Fluids: What You Need and When to Replace Them | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

Your car, from wiper blades to tires, needs a lot of maintenance to keep it running smoothly.

What Is Engine Knocking? | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

Engine knockingis a term used to describe an abnormal sound made from a vehicle engine when there’s a problem with the controlling of fuel and air mixture within the engine cylinders.

How to Fix Foggy Headlights | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

Murky or foggy headlights aren’t just a cosmetic problem for your car. They're also a hazard waiting to happen.

4 Common Types of Brake Noises | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

Squeaky and noisy brakes can panic any driver. Brakes are arguably the most important safety feature in any car. Sometimes the concern is warranted, other times, not so much. Here are four common types of brake noises.

Is It A Good Idea To Change My Own Oil? | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

Should you change your own oil, or have a professional do it for you? This is a question you may have asked yourself. If you’re an avid DIYer or just looking to save more money, you may think that changing your own oil will do just that.

How to Avoid Car Breakdowns While on the Road | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

We’ve been helping drivers move for more than 40 years. Here we'll share with you what we’ve learned about the most common causes of car breakdowns – and how to avoid them.

What Happens When Your Car’s Transmission Suddenly Stops | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

There are thousands of parts to a car, but some parts of your car are more important than others, especially the transmission. Without it, the power from the engine will never reach the wheels, and your car will become useless. So what actually happens when the transmission suddenly stops?

What to Do and What Not to Do When Pulled Over | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

Each time you get behind the wheel of your car, you’re always aware, whether consciously or subconsciously, that there’s a cop on the road with you. They're driving the same roads you are to ensure that all motorists are driving in a safe and orderly manner.

How to Adjust Seating to the Proper Position for Driving | Penney Auto Body & Glass Vancouver

Driving can create significant stress to the neck and the upper and lower back. Safety is always the number one concern when driving, but you want to be comfortable in your seat to prevent unncessary pain.


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