Charlotte Auto Repair

6945 Lawyers Road, Charlotte, NC 28227
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Yearly Archives: 2020

Car Sanitization Practices During COVID-19 Outbreak

With the spread of the COVID-19 virus among North Carolina, we understand the fear and uncertainty of having to distance yourself from others and take extra precautions to protect your health. While many businesses and schools are ordered to close, you still have the need to go out and purchase essential goods so that your family can eat and function. This is why is it so important not to forget about sanitizing your vehicle.  We advise you to keep hand sanitizer in your vehicle at all times. That way you can sanitize your hands as soon as you get into your vehicle. You should also be sure to use sanitizing wipes to wipe down all of the surfaces that you touch when in your vehicle. This includes the middle console controls such as the a/c and heating controls, radio, air vents, and shifter. Also, don't forget your steering wheel and door handles, both inside and outside.  Auto repair is considered an essential service, and therefore Pete's Auto Service in Charlotte ... read more

Oh, no – My car is leaking!

We can only imagine how our customers feel when they are off to run their errands and find that their vehicle is leaking. What is this leak? What does this leak mean? We are used to our cars running smoothly thanks to specific fluids that keep your vehicle lubricated for a smooth drive. As a driver can imagine, many different types of fluids keep your vehicle rolling safely down the road. With fluids ranging in color and consistency, we have a small guide to take note of. If you notice any of these leaks, do not hesitate to reach out to us at Pete’s Auto Service. Our team offers same-day service for most repairs and maintenance all managed by our top of the line ASE Certified Technicians.   What are the types of fluid leaks you should look out for?   Clear fluid – A clear fluid leak is usually water, and these leaks are typically from your vehicle’s air conditioner.    Light yellow to dark brown fluid – A leak that is anywhere betwe ... read more

How to Stop Smartphone Usage While Driving

While a total of 46 states current ban texting while driving, there are others ways that our smartphones can distract us behind the wheel. Even with texting being illegal in most states, it is still tempting to send that text while at a red light or stopped in traffic. However, smartphones are extremely distracting and are a huge factor in car accident injuries and deaths. By not using your smartphone while driving, you are protecting the lives of you, your passengers, and other drivers on the road.  We know that it can be hard not to pay attention to a call or text message on the road nowadays with everyone so involved in their technology. We challenge you to try to combat this bad habit but acknowledging when you are reaching for your phone while driving and stopping yourself. Here are some other ways to stop smartphone usage while driving:   Put your phone away and out of reach, either in a purse, backpack, trunk, or glove compartment. This will take away the tempta ... read more

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