Our cars may be assembly line produced, but that doesn’t mean they don’t develop their own personalities, so to speak. Get into anyone else's car for a ride, and you will likely immediately notice a whole host of different noises as you travel along. 

For the most part, these differences are entirely normal and don’t indicate an issue with either vehicle. But hearing an abnormal noise in our own vehicle might just be a clue that there is an underlying issue. Sounds are often the first feedback point from a car that might require repair, even without a check engine light tripping.

For most of us, our cars are our lifelines to engaging with and exploring the world around us. From road trip vacations, heading to work, picking up the groceries, or visiting a friend, they help keep us on the move. While modern cars have become ever more complicated pieces of engineering, there are still several simple car care steps that any owner can take to keep their vehicle in top condition.

Pretty much everyone needs a vehicle to get around at least a little bit. Whether it is commuting to work, taking the kids to school, or picking up groceries, cars are essential tools in our modern lives. 

Accidents, collisions, and general wear and tear over the years can do some significant damage to cars. Eventually, most of us find ourselves in need of an auto-body repair shop.

While speed and efficiency are helpful to get us back to moving through life, it is also essential that the repair shop do a good job on the repairs. Poorly executed repairs, whether structural or on the paint, can cost even more time and money in the long run to fix a second time.

Asheville is one of the most visited cities in North Carolina. It has also been among the fastest-growing regions in the South for years, even before the global pandemic. Since 2020, the population of western North Carolina has been growing exponentially. 

There are more drivers and vehicles on the road today than ever before. All that driving adds up to an average of six million accidents each year in the United States alone. That breaks down to about 16,438 accidents every day. The reality of driving is if you do it long enough, you’re almost guaranteed to be involved in one.