Why You Should Worry if Your Auto Repair Garage is Fined by OSHA

Posted 9/9/19

Walk into any automobile repair shop in Cincinnati — you can practically smell the danger. Chemicals, heavy equipment, electric tools all have their inherent hazards. How are auto garages regulated? What about these regulations makes them safe? And how can you tell walking into a...

How to Become an Auto Repair Mechanic

Posted 9/2/19

What’s it take to be a mechanic? We get asked that a lot at our Cincinnati auto repair garage — sometimes by high school or technical students learning about careers, sometimes by customers who are just curious. Essentially, becoming a mechanic requires completing a training...

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Seinfeld Auctions Off Fake “Fugazi” Porsche

Posted 8/5/19

“Top of the muffin to ya!” A Brazilian company may be wondering what happened to the top of their muffin when they bought 1958 Porsche 356 1500 GS/GT Carrera Speedster after experts are doubting its authenticity. Fica Frio Limited, a company with reported Brazilian ties,...

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Warning Signs for Cincinnati Porsche Brakes

Did the brake light come on in your Porsche? That’s a sign your due for an inspection from your Cincinnati mechanic. Either you need new brakes or the smart electronics in the car is indicating another problem. It also might mean your parking brake is engaged. Another sign your brakes might have issues is if you hear a squealing or grinding sound. That’s the sound of the brake pad indicators that warn you it’s time for new brakes. If the car swerves to one side or another when you brake, your brakes might be wearing out. If there’s a burning smell coming from near the wheel, this is a sign the brakes or clutch is overheated. A brake caliper might also be stuck.