Car Care & Repair

If you're like most people, your car is one of your biggest investments. And just like any other investment, it needs to be properly cared for if you want to get the most out of it.
That's where we come in.

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Why Does the Inside of My Car Smell Like Fish?

There are various sources that can cause a fishy smell in a car, including the odor from pets or food, a dead carcass accidentally left in the engine, leaking antifreeze, leftover food that has gone mildew, and the presence of moisture and decaying organic matter such as a dead animal or rodent.

Why Is My Car Smoking and Smelling Like Burning?

There are various potential reasons for observing smoke or a burning smell from your car after driving.

Why Does My Car Smell Like Sweaty Feet?

The smell of feet in your car can be attributed to moisture and mold present in the air conditioning system due to the accumulation of water on the evaporator.

Why Does My Car Smell Like Vomit?

A car can develop a vomit smell when food or drinks are spilled and not properly cleaned. This smell can persist even after the mess is removed. If someone vomits in the car, it can be difficult to completely clean up the mess, resulting in a lingering odor that can remain in the car for some time.

Why Does My Car Smell Like Transmission Fluid?

The smell of transmission fluid is a result of the chemical compounds present in the fluid, including hydrocarbons, detergents, and additives.

Why Does My Car Smell Mildewy?

Mildew smell in a car is commonly the result of moisture or humidity that becomes trapped inside the vehicle and creates an environment for mold to grow.

Troubled Car?

If your car is giving you trouble, you're not alone. Millions of Americans rely on their vehicles to get them where they need to go, and when something goes wrong, it can be a major inconvenience. That's why we're here to help. Our blog is packed with information on everything from simple maintenance tips to more complex repairs. No matter what problem you're experiencing, we're here to help you get your car back on the road.