You pull out of a parking space and notice a puddle of…something…that’s spread out under where you were just parked. What is it?
Here’s a quick rundown of things that can leak and leave that puddle.
--Water: Your air conditioner has a drip tube to drain off the condensate that forms while the A/C is running. This is completely normal and nothing to worry about.
--Antifreeze: For years, antifreeze was dyed green to make it easy to identify. Newer formulations may be dyed pink, orange or yellow, but antifreeze will always have the same sweet, pungent odor.
--Transmission fluid: Automatic transmission fluid has always been dyed magenta and usually has a slightly sweet smell.
-- Motor oil: Motor oil is honey-colored and slippery, and may be darker (lik ...[more]
by: Cody Wallis
Fall is in the air, and that can mean only one thing: it’s back to school time! As you run through your back to school checklist- pencils, notebooks, binders, books, and tires- yes, you read that correctly: TIRES. Why add new tires to your back to school checklist? Because now is the BEST time to get new tires for you or your student’s vehicle. Whether you are carpooling your students around, want something dependable for your extra-curricular high school smarty, or need that reliable vehicle for your independent college bound kid- making sure you get the ...[more]