When you need a New Orleans auto care expert to fix damage caused by recent rains, the New Orleans auto care technicians at Twin Tire can help.
You were planning to be the designated driver for Oktoberfest this weekend, but now you don't think that's a good idea because your car smells damp and musty.
An odd smell can tell you a lot about what's wrong with a car once you track down the type of smell and where it's coming from. In this case, if it's kind of musty and damp, you might have a case of mold or mildew. That would not be surprising considering the amount of rain we've had recently.
It's not just mold and mildew you have to worry about after driving through flood waters, or even lots of puddles and on wet ground. The nonprofit Car Care Council and the Car Care Professionals Network, a network of professional automotive service providers, say it all comes down to how much water the vehicle took in and where the water reached in the vehicle.
One way to make sure your car is not suffering from water damage is to take it to a professional, like the New Orleans auto care experts at Twin Tire Auto Care.
The Car Care Council explains: A service and repair technician "can raise the car and look underneath to see if there is any mud, sticks or rocks in the suspension. A professional can check the oil in the differentials to make sure they contain no water in them.”
Having a pro look at your car will give you peace of mind, the council says.
Twin Tire has been the trusted New Orleans auto repair and auto care service center since 1973. Twin Tire has three conveniently located New Orleans auto repair and New Orleans auto care service centers to help you - Marrero, Harvey and Hammond. Twin Tire also has a New Orleans auto repair and auto care shop in Harahan for heavy commercial vehicles.
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