Oh, Stop! (Disc Brake Service)

November 27, 2022

Every time you drive your vehicle, you wear down your brakes just a little bit. And after a while, that adds up. Gradually, your stopping power isn't like it used to be. Since brakes are one of your vehicle's most important safety features, it just makes sense to keep them performing well. Mos... More

A Non-Starter (Alternator Problems in Cold Weather)

November 20, 2022

As the temperatures dip, we all know there could be problems starting our vehicles. After all, batteries can grow old and not hold a charge as well as when they were newer. Or starters can go bad. But there's one more component to keep an especially sharp eye on during winter: your alternator. T... More

When Your Air Bag Light Comes On (Illuminated Air Bag Light)

November 13, 2022

There are some dashboard lights you should pay more attention to than others. One is the air bag light. If it's on and your vehicle is in an accident, your air bags probably won't do their job. Automakers began installing air bags in the late 1990's since they were mandatory in the United State... More

Oil Times are a-Changin' (Oil Change Synthetic)

November 6, 2022

When it comes to oil changes, things are really changing. Most newer vehicles require synthetic oil, and while it costs more than conventional oil, it doesn't need to be changed as often. When conventional oil was the only game in town, you changed your oil every 3,000 miles/5,000 km. But as tec... More

The Truth about Tire Pressure (Tire Inflation)

October 30, 2022

Most light vehicles (under 10,000 pounds/4,500 kg) in North America sold from 2008 model year on have a feature that many people are confused about. It's the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). You may have some experience with it yourself if you own a newer vehicle. Vehicles with TPMS hav... More

To Fix or Not To Fix (Tire Repair)

October 23, 2022

You know that sinking feeling when you realize one of your tires has a problem. It may be making an odd noise or behaving oddly when you're driving. You may hit a pothole or curb and one suddenly goes flat. Or you may head back to your vehicle and discover it has one tire deflated without a cl... More

Road Ready (Trip Inspection)

October 16, 2022

Maybe you've been cooped up for a while and are yearning for a change of scenery. Or maybe you need to visit a relative who lives far away. You choose not to fork out the big bucks for airline tickets, so it's time for a road trip. Make sure you're road ready by having your vehicle professiona... More

What to Do After You Buy a Used Vehicle in Wyoming

October 10, 2022

So you've bought a used vehicle in the Wyoming area. Do you know what you're getting? It is hard to know what you're getting because people in the Wyoming area sell vehicles for different reasons. Think about why you've sold vehicles. Did you just want something new or were there problems that y... More

Braking News: Keep Your Stopping Power

October 9, 2022

Richard Petty once told AutoNetTV, You've gotta have good brakes. If you've got good brakes you can keep yourself out of a lotta trouble.That's why a regular brake inspection is on every Wyoming driver's maintenance schedule. An inspection by your service advisor at Tuffy Wyoming will check your... More

A Hot Mess (AC System-Compresser)

October 9, 2022

Air conditioning used to be a real luxury in a vehicle, but now it's standard in most. Your vehicle's air conditioning system is built to last a pretty long time, but like anything mechanical, sometimes it fails. It helps to know a little about how the A/C works. There's a compressor that press... More