All the lights on your vehicle have an important job to do. Brake lights, tail lights, blinkers, reverse lights, and headlights are a crucial part of driving. Lights make you visible, make things visible to you, and allow you to communicate with other drivers. All of a vehicle’s lights make driving easier and safer, and all of them are important...not to mention legally required.
Keeping track of maintenance done on your fleet vehicles and commercial trucks is one of the most important aspects of fleet management. At Martin's Garage in Shippensburg, PA, we track maintenance and repairs for a number of reasons. Here’s why:
At Martin's Garage in Shippensburg, routine maintenance and repair isn’t the only thing we do. For custom parts installation, you can also count on us. Common modification enthusiasts do is swapping to a short-throw shifter; but what actually is a short-throw shifter, and what does it do?
For obvious reasons, air brakes are an essential part of your rig. They also add a level of complication to the braking system that a conventional vehicle doesn’t have. At Martin's Garage in Shippensburg, our mechanics have the knowledge, equipment, and ability necessary to keep your air brakes in top shape.
Your injectors are the mechanism that delivers fuel into the cylinders of your diesel engine. As such, they’re clearly important. At Martin's Garage in Shippensburg, PA, we will diagnose, maintain, and repair any injector issues you may be experiencing with your commercial or fleet trucks, in a timely and professional manner.
Your drive belts run everything - your AC, power steering, alternator, and water pump are all dependent on the belts that turn them. At Martin's Garage in Shippensburg, our goal is to keep your truck maintained, so you’re never stuck out on the road. Drive belts are a critical part of that goal.
At Martin's Garage in Shippensburg, we know that in order to keep your car in good shape, it helps to know how it works. Here’s a quick rundown of a system that’s very important, but you take for granted until there’s a problem; your brakes. While there is a multitude of configurations and levels of complexity in automotive brake systems, they all essentially work the same way. Disregarding anti-lock brake systems and the like, this is how braking works in its simplest form.