Auto Parts


Are Your Car’s Shocks Absorber on Their Way Out?
18 Dec 2015

Are Your Car’s Shocks Absorber on Their Way Out?

Car’s Shocks Absorber Tips and Guides There are several warning signs that your car’s shocks need to be replaced. Does your car bottom out when you hit dips in the road? When you do hit them, does your car keeps bouncing for a few seconds?Another sign is excessive body lean in turns, or that the front of the car dives down hard when braking. All of these are symptoms that your shocks may not be doing their job well anymore. Here’s what to know about them. They don’t actually absorb shocks First, what we call shock absorbers are really “dampeners”,...

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Car Dealers, Want To Boost Your Sales?
17 Sep 2015

Car Dealers, Want To Boost Your Sales?

The Jaguar showroom (image source) We usually tend to focus on the customer here at Autos Voice. We’re all about showing the hottest new cars, and reviewing vehicles on the road. But, we’re pretty sure there are plenty of car dealers out there reading this too. So, today’s post is for you. Dealers are always looking for more customers. They’re looking for more sales every single day. Luckily, the auto market is on the rise. We’re buying cars faster than we ever have before. Dealers, it’s your turn to direct them straight through your doors! Here are a few tricks...

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Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitches – Advantages and Disadvantages
09 Jun 2015

Fifth Wheel Trailer Hitches – Advantages and Disadvantages

The strongest hitch you can buy for your truck is a fifth wheel trailer hitch. When someone wants to haul a heavy trailer, a fifth wheel hitch is often hitch to be used. Take a good look at fifth wheel hitch and you will immediately see the resemblance to the hitches that 18 wheelers use. Fifth wheel hitches are usually mounted in the bed of a pickup truck or on the rear platform of a flatbed towing trucks.


Understanding Automotive Fuses
09 Jun 2015

Understanding Automotive Fuses

During the course of ownership of a car, there’s a strong chance that you may blow an electrical fuse. When this happens, it isn’t a crisis, it just means that an electric component in your car is drawing too much power and for safety, a fuse stops the flow of current. Engineers design cars to do this.


How Antilock Brakes Work
19 Jan 2015

How Antilock Brakes Work

It may be hard to believe, but there was a time when anti-lock brake systems (ABS) did not come standard in vehicles. Anti-lock brake systems have replaced the need to pump your brakes to maintain traction in slippery road conditions. Though it is not a feature that you are going to need or utilize in your everyday driving commute, they are certainly a feature that you do not want to be without if the need arises. If you have wondered how exactly they work, or why you definitely want to have them, take a look below to find out more...

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