Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Checklist before shipping by Brake Masters

Brake Masters's collection of Video about Brakes.

Liston and See video and learn something. With a heavy traffic of car transport and the rising demand for shipping there are numerous companies offering an affordable and reliable service. If you have received your car transport estimates and have selected a car transport service follow certain guidelines before the car shipping company comes to pick up your car or when you leave the car at their service terminal. This will prevent you to regret later and minimize the potential problems that could arise at that point of time.

When shipping the vehicle the first thing you have to make sure is your car is operable and safe. As the auto transporter will have to drive your car on and off the carrier at some point during the delivery ensure that the steering and brakes are working properly. For Details and Help visit Brake Masters.

Make Sure Your Insurance Company Examines Brake Pads by Brake Masters

Brake Masters Tips to avoid Accidents.

A few weeks ago I was listening to my preferred rock radio station; they were playing Incubus’ new single “Dig.” At the end of the song, the DJ announced that the station would be giving away two free tickets to the 88th caller; I was listening to Rockin’ 88.2. I should probably tell you that I never win anything—ever. But for some reason that day I was feeling lucky. So I called in and I ended up winning. I was on cloud nine. Not only did I just win free tickets, but I was going to see one of my favorite bands, near Brake Masters.

That Friday I swung by the station to grab my tickets, picked up my girlfriend, and headed to the show. The parking lot was crowded, but we found a spot pretty quickly. The concert was amazing. They played a lot of songs off their new album, but the set list also included to a few classics. We were a little worried that the show was going to get rained out, but the weather held till the encore. It was almost as if Mother Nature wanted to hear the show because as soon as Brandon Boyd walked off the stage it started pouring.

My girlfriend and I fought through the crowd to get back to the car. It was raining pretty hard, but the imminent lightning was what actually sent everyone into disorder. By the time we reached the car we were exhausted; our voices horse, feet hurting, and clothes soaking. I tried arguing with the cop, but he wouldn’t listen. He said it was up to our insurance companies to figure out. Anyway, I contacted my insurance provider and asked them to check the other driver’s brakes. It turned out that his pads and rotors were worn down to the bone. He lost his case and I got my car repaired for free. So the one time I won free tickets, I got into my first car accident. I guess nothing in life is for free.
Avoid this kink of thing and repair your brakes from recognized specialist which is Brake Masters.