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Charging up a vehicle is going to be the future of the automotive industry. The benefits include that it is always will going to cost less than fossil fuels. So how many miles do you think we will be able to get from a charge point in Canada in the future. At the moment charge-points have collected a 50 million dollars for expanding their projects in the future.
Where do you think the first charge points where be in Canada if I had to take a guess?
Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver in British Columbia is one of the most Liberal cities in all of Canada. In fact walking down the street in broad daylight you would not be surprised to find out a local smells of pot already. However there is a lot of industry in this city for example research jobs and Data entry. So it stands to reason with some of the high tech industry already existing with in Vancouver there would likely be a quick expansion for the electric vehicles to enter this market.
Toronto Ontario as has already announced and unveiled some of their vehicle charge points in the city. As the capital of Ontario, and one of Canada’s thriving economic cities. It is no surprise that Toronto has already unveiled some charge points in Canada. Go to UrbanToronto.ca for more details.
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Today someone on WordPress named Jerry27 asked, “How do we rotate tires?” Well today Dignity Repairs has an answer for you Jerry.
First off you need to know if you are rotating directional or non-directional tires. In this blog we will teach you how to rotate both types.
How to Rotate Non-directional Tires: The tread pattern on non-directional tires is done in such a way that the tire can be put on the wheel for any directional rotation. You can switch the side the tires are on when you rotate them.
For rotating non-directional tires, use the cross pattern. For cars with rear-wheel drive, move the front tires to the opposite sides of the rear: left-front to right-rear and right-front to left-rear. The rear tires are moved straight forward.
How to rotate Directional tires: Directional tires have a one-way tread pattern that are used for the direction the tires rotate on the car. They are made to go either the left or right side. The grooves are angled for handling, and they also do a good job of keeping water out from under the tire on wet surfaces, reducing hydroplaning and improving wet traction.
Little arrows or triangles on the side-wall show the way the tire is supposed to turn.
To rotate directional tires, just use the front right tire for the back right tire, and the front left tire for the back left tire.
Steps to rotate tires
First engage parking brake: Just for your safety.
Second Loosen the lug nuts on all your wheels: Do not take them off completely yet. Loosening when the car is lifted will make unscrewing them a bit easier.
Third Lift up one wheel with car jack and place jack stand underneath it
Fourth Remove the tires and rotate them to the appropriate pattern for your type
Fifth Lower the car from the jack stands: Take the wrench and tighten the nuts even more. It’s best to work lug nuts diagonally from one to another. It should look like a star pattern. This ensures even tightening. Unbelievingly tightening the lug nuts can mess up the brake rotor.
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- Open the radiator cap – Careful the liquid from this is extremely toxic to your dogs or cats.
- Find T Shaped bolt– Under the front view of the car look to the bottom of the radiator and find a T shaped bolt or small plug.
- Get 2 pans to capture the toxic liquids– The pails must be big enough to hold roughly five gallons.
- Place the pails beneath Radiator
- Allow the liquids to drain in to the pails.
- You also need to drain your engine block
- Instead of finding the plugs you can keep the drain cocks open
- Turn off the vehicle, close the drain cock, and fill the radiator and overfill part to the proper level
- Look out for air pockets
- Replace cap on the radiator
- Be sure to do this as often as needed.
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Your brake system’s rotors, in conjunction with the brake pads, help bring your vehicle to a complete stop. Commonly made of cast iron, rotors are discs that mount to the wheel hub. When you press the brake pedal, the brake pads compress against the rotors and slow your wheels. Rotor design may vary from vehicle to vehicle and from brake system to brake system. Variations in design help dissipate the heat created between the brake pads and the rotors when you slow your vehicle.
Disc brake systems can account for heat dissipation in two ways: either the rotors will have a ventilated design, or the brake pads will contain a slot on the surface. These vents and slots provide passages so air circulation can effectively cool the rotor. Proper heat dissipation is extremely important for prolonging the life of your rotors. Drivers are encouraged to watch their brake rotors and seek rotor repairs or rotor replacements when necessary.
Why Should You Have Brake Rotor Replacement Services Performed at Dignity Auto Repairs & Service ?
Brake pads and rotors work together to stop your vehicle, and share similar wear patterns. As brake pads compress against the rotor to stop the vehicle. the friction required to slow your wheels creates a large amount of heat that, if not properly dissipated, can wear down your brake pads and rotors.
A vibrating brake pedal is one indication that your rotors are damaged and need to be replaced. When a rotor is removed from the brake assembly, the rotor will be inspected for cracks and other damage incurred during routine operation. Periodic inspections of rotors will prolong rotor repairs and replacements while ensuring your brake system continues operating as expected.
Seeking brake rotor replacements within the service intervals indicated by your owner’s manual, or as wear and tear dictates, is an important part of brake maintenance. If you are wondering if a rotor replacement is right for your vehicle, please consult with a member of our service staff today.
We proudly service the Brake Rotor Replacement needs of customers in Toronto, ON, and surrounding areas.