Cheap brake repairs are a growing issue in the auto service industry. Here's how you can protect yourself.
The hot summer weather is here and with it is a reminder about how important your car's air conditioning system is for keeping you comfortable on the road. Here's 7 tips for keeping your air conditioning running at maximum performance.
Although vehicles provide convenience and freedom, they don’t come without a cost - especially to the environment. In Canada, there are approximately 18 million passenger vehicles on Canadian roads, which account for nearly 11 percent of Canada's total greenhouse gas emissions.
When was the last time you got an oil change?
Whether you're purchasing a used vehicle, receiving a family hand-me-down, or selling your own vehicle, you'll need to obtain a safety certificate to go with it before you can get behind the wheel or hand it over to someone else.
Have you ever looked for your car in a parking lot but your vehicle is not where you initially thought? When you continue looking, you begin wondering if maybe you parked in a different section. Then the thoughts and panic start to kick it - what if it was stolen?
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) systems can save lives, reduce injuries and provide significant savings and are well worth the investment in your vehicle.
On average, most car batteries last two to five years. Keep your battery running longer by following these 5 tips.
To avoid costly repairs down the road, be sure to take your vehicle to the nearest Mufflerman when your check engine light appears.
Have you ever gotten into your car, gone to start it, and… nothing?
Whether you are buying or selling a used car or about to take a long trip to the east coast, The Mufflerman understands the importance of keeping you and your passengers safe. To protect you and for peace of mind before purchasing a vehicle, The Mufflerman can provide you with a low cost pre-inspection.
After a long, cold winter, your car needs some TLC before you hit the road this spring and summer.
Every now and then our vehicles make noises - but what do the sounds mean?
Even buying a car that is one or two years old will still maintain that level of reliability of a new car but without the new car prices.
Is removing winter tires considered essential during a pandemic?
To avoid unnecessary repairs, keep your car on the road, with your safety of utmost importance, follow these winter maintenance tips during the winter months.
Insurance companies in Ontario offer something called a Winter Tire Discount, offering drivers up to 5% off their annual auto insurance rate by installing winter tires on their vehicle.
Winter is here, which means that the snow is beginning to come down, the roads are becoming icy, and driving is starting to become increasingly difficult.
Winter Tires can be the difference between making it out of your neighbourhood and working from home.
Drive Clean, the emissions test implemented by the Ontario Government in 1999, is coming to an end on April 1st, 2019. So, what does that mean for drivers?