Should I lease or should I buy? This is a question pondered by most drivers at some point in their lives. The reality is that leasing does make perfect sense for some, and not so much for others. While it is nice to think of always being able to drive around in a new car, one must never forget they are talking about a car they will never technically own. The leased car will have to be turned in at the end of the lease and the process looking for another car will begin again, unless that car is purchased.
Noisy automotive brakes are an annoyance, at best. At worst, they can signal a serious problem with your vehicle’s brake system. Your local mechanic is always available to solve your most pressing automotive problems. However, the current state of the economy has many car owners tightening their belts and looking for ways to perform their own inspections and repairs. Finding the source of noisy brakes is possible with the right tools and enough patience. The following details what causes noisy automotive brakes and how to quiet them.
Most people aren’t mechanics by trade or by nature, and there are a lot of drivers who could not care less about their vehicles as long as they looked reasonably good and started each time they turned the key. However, rather than leaving everything to chance, a responsible driver understands the value of preventative auto maintenance. The truth is that as little as 5 minutes of inspection every couple of weeks could be enough to look over the most important parts of one’s vehicle.