Can You Trust Your Fleet Management Team?

June 11th, 2021 by

How To Choose the Right Fleet Repair Technicians There’s a method to choosing the right auto services. We should all accept the fact that not all repair shops and technicians are equal. Some are lacking in the latest tools and equipment, and others are lacking in the customer service department. But finding the best fleet

What Are Car and Truck Shocks?

April 20th, 2021 by

Shocks and Suspension If you drive a car or truck, you may have heard that your vehicle has shocks. Most drivers don’t know what these are. Many people think that shocks and suspension are interchangeable terms. At Coopers Auto Repair Specialists, we strive to inform our customers as well as we can. So, below is

4 Tips for Better Fleet Maintenance

March 29th, 2021 by

Do You Need Better Fleet Maintenance? If you manage a fleet of vehicles, you know that handling all the maintenance can be difficult. There is a lot to keep track of and, potentially, a lot of expenses. The experts at Coopers Auto Repair Specialists know some changes you can make in how you approach fleet

Types of Motor Oil

February 17th, 2021 by

Motor Oil Explained Most motorists know there are different types of motor oil available, but a surprising number of people don’t know what kind of oil their vehicle uses. Whether you plan to change your own oil or you’re taking your car in for professional oil services, you should know what type of oil to

Popular Used Diesel Engines

December 15th, 2020 by

The Best Used Diesel Engines If you need a replacement engine or a sourcing one for your project vehicle, you may look to some of the best engines from years gone. While many diesel engines have been good, only a few have been truly noteworthy. Often, these combine reliability and pulling power so you can

How To Clean a Direct Fuel Injection Engine

November 23rd, 2020 by

Cleaning a Direct Fuel Injection Engine Many engines use a carburetor and port fuel injection system to provide an air/fuel mixture to the cylinder and to clean any residue along the way. A direct fuel injection engine, however, doesn’t allow the same cleaning technique. Find out how this type of engine can form dangerous deposits

Performance vs. OEM Brakes for Your Vehicle

October 23rd, 2020 by

Which Brakes Are Right for My Vehicle? Grinding, squealing, or inefficient brakes need to be replaced quickly to avoid reduced stopping power and increased risk of collision. However, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with the number of brake pads for your vehicle. Whether you’re looking to improve your braking performance or restore your OEM power,

How Your Car’s Brakes Work

September 22nd, 2020 by

Brakes Explained As you likely know, taking care of your car or truck’s brakes is an essential part of regular maintenance when you bring your vehicle to Coopers Auto Repair Specialists. Changing the pads and inspecting the rest of the brake for issues can help you to avoid more serious and costly repair services. However,