We service and repair all small trailers including dump trailers, enclosed trailers, and open trailers. If those brakes are getting rusty, or you need new cables, or you need a complete set of new brakes, Big Reds Auto Performance always has an economical solution that can save you money. We also repair tail lights, wiring & harness problems, wheels, tires, balls & recevers, and we even do frame work including welding repairs.We have fixed many trailers and we have great deals on parts and service. If you need a trailer serviced, give us a call for more details and see how Big Reds Auto Performance can save you money!
Although Memorial Day was originally intended to honor fallen soldiers, it has become the unofficial kickoff to summer in the U.S. and tens of millions of Americans hit the road to get away. If you'll be one of those millions, make sure your car is ready for the road (and not for a wreck) with this quick checklist of seven tips: [...]
Under every car's hood, you'll find a veritable nest of hoses and reservoirs filled with fluids, every one of them engineered to fulfill a specific role. And a part of being a responsible car owner is checking the fluid levels and replenishing them when necessary [...]
April 22nd is Earth Day, but You Can Celebrate All Year with These "Green" Auto Tips! By changing a few habits, you can do their part in helping the environment, say the experts at the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). ASE recommends regular vehicle maintenance and better driving habits as two easy-to-implement strategies. [...]
Modern vehicles are complex machines. The average new car has over two dozen computer modules working behind the scenes, a vast network of sensors, and hundreds of electrical wires linking all these components together. This complexity means that there is a lot to go wrong with a car, and when things do, your first indication is often a warning light on the dashboard. [...]
With the exception of electric vehicles, all other cars (including your hybrid) have an oil filter. Regarding routine maintenance, the engine oil and oil filter are items that need to be replaced more often than anything else on the vehicle. Yes, even your tires. There has always been a debate as to how often this is necessary, and there always will be a debate because, well, it depends. A general rule of thumb is 5,000 miles between oil changes but this will vary based on vehicle age, usage, and manufacturer requirements. [...]