Transmissions, while generally durable, can be highly complicated devices. For this reason, they are also expensive to replace, and maintaining one will save you a lot of headache and money in the future. This article from BB Automotive in Midland, TX discusses how your driving habits affect your transmission. While automatic transmissions are by far the most common, there are still a considerable number of manual transmissions on the road, so this article covers both.
While keeping your car, truck, or SUV looking nice is important, there are other reasons to keep the exterior of your vehicle in good shape. From BB Automotive in Midland, TX, here are some tips for keeping your car looking good, and how that keeps it reliably on the road.
Keeping track of maintenance done on your fleet vehicles and commercial trucks is one of the most important aspects of fleet management. At BB Automotive in Midland, TX, we track maintenance and repairs for a number of reasons. Here’s why:
The differentials on your Ford, Chevrolet, or Dodge diesel pickup are some of the hardest working components on your truck. At BB Automotive in Midland, TX, our technicians are experts in maintaining, repairing, and replacing differentials, keeping your truck reliably on the road.
The transmission in your truck works harder than any other on the road. A fully loaded semi weighs about 40 times as much as a normal passenger vehicle, and racks up twice the mileage. As such, it’s essential to keep your transmission in good shape and regularly maintenanced. Fortunately, BB Automotive in Midland has you covered.
On all modern vehicles, electronic engine controls have truly changed the game in terms of performance, efficiency, and reliability. On diesel trucks, whether you drive a Chevy, Dodge, or Ford, this innovation has been particularly revolutionary. The gains diesel engines have made in the past couple of decades are impressive by any standard, and electronic engine controls are a huge contributor to those developments.