Welcome to the Joyce Automotive auto repair blog! Check back regularly for new posts that will give you important information about how to take care of your vehicle, including topics such as towing, tires, commercial vehicle repair, transmissions, oil changes, vehicle tune-ups, wheel alignments, engine repair, and much more!
Water in the desert. Blood in your body. Oil in an engine. They are all essential. Without them, something or someone is going to die. Oil is a vital lubricant in your car’s engine. It allows metal to rub against metal without causing damage. As the pistons move up and down in the cylinders, oil(…)
When car tires are not inflated to the PSI (pounds per square inch) rating recommended by manufacturers, they are not as ‘round’ as they should be and therefore need more energy to move and maintain speed. So yes, underinflated car tires do increase fuel costs and contribute to pollution. The majority of cars on American(…)
When you’re in a vulnerable, frustrating situation – like you’re stuck, broken down on the side of the road at night and you need emergency roadside assistance, the last thing you want is a towing company that’s going to take advantage of you. You need one that you can trust when you’re in a desperate(…)
Are you looking for an auto repair shop that you can trust? Check out Joyce Automotive in Lakeland, Florida! Our specialty is general auto repair, and we do anything from oil changes and transmission repair all the way to commercial vehicle repair and truck repair. We also provide towing services and sell new tires. As(…)
When did you last check the air pressure in your tires? Can’t remember, or maybe it was done when you last had an oil change? Most vehicle owners don’t think about tire pressure because everything seems fine. Well, it might seem that way until you need to slow down quickly or swerve to avoid an(…)
In 1975, the AAA Approved Auto Repair program was established to address the most common consumer complaint: unsatisfactory vehicle repairs. The program refers consumers and its members to facilities that consistently maintain and meet high standards. Today, there are about 8,000 AAA approved auto repair facilities in the U.S. and Canada. Service specialists from AAA,(…)