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Cottman Transmission and Total Auto Care Reveals Crucial Vehicle Upkeep Tips for National Car Care Month

By | October 11th, 2017|Auto Repair Articles, Maintenance|

National Decrease in Auto Sales Prompts Expert Transmission and Car Care Franchise to Share Maintenance Knowledge with Customers  HORSHAM, Pa. – More and more Americans are choosing to forego buying new cars in favor of maintaining the vehicles they already own, leading to an increased need for both personal car [...]

Cottman Transmission and Total Auto Care Celebrates “National Check Your Transmission Day” Oct. 21

By | October 4th, 2017|Automatic Transmission, Cottman Brand News, Featured, Maintenance, Transmission Articles, Transmission Physician Educational Video|

Auto Repair Brand Promotes Transmission Maintenance During National Car Care Month with Free TransCheck 21 PLUS Inspection  HORSHAM, Pa. – Cottman Transmission and Total Auto Care is leveraging its position as an industry leader in aftermarket and transmission maintenance with an unprecedented national holiday: National Check Your Transmission Day on [...]

Cottman Transmission and Total Auto Care Shares Summer Road Trip Tips

By | July 24th, 2017|Auto Repair Articles, Battery/Electrical, Maintenance|

Auto Repair Brand Releases Advice for Summer Adventurers  HORSHAM, PA. – As families and friends prepare to hit the road for the summer, there are serious considerations that should be made to ensure that road trips are as safe as they are fun. Cottman Transmission and Total Auto Care has [...]

Before You Go on a Road Trip…

By | May 22nd, 2017|General Repair, Maintenance|

Summer’s just around the corner. And, if you’re one of the few people who’ve never seen National Lampoon’s Vacation, you may be considering a road trip for your vacation this year. Well, before you head off to enjoy your well-earned break from the day-to-day grind, take your car over to [...]

Wash Away Salt from Winter Driving

By | March 13th, 2017|Maintenance|

If you live in an area where snow is part of your normal winter driving, you’re probably already familiar with the use of salt to melt snow and ice, and help keep roads from freezing up. Salt melts snow at lower temperatures, so the roads thaw and avoid icing. But, [...]

Cottman of Lancaster Interviewed for Winter Tips Featured on WGAL 2-8-17

By | February 28th, 2017|Auto Repair Articles, Franchisee Videos, Franchisee's In the News, Maintenance|

Cottman of Lancaster shares winter driving tips for drivers this season!

Cottman Transmission and Total Auto Care Shares Cold Weather Driving Tips

By | February 6th, 2017|Heating and Air Conditioning, Maintenance, Tire and Suspension|

Auto Repair Brand Releases Advice for Drivers in Winter Months HORSHAM, Pa. – As the weather continues to grow colder and precipitation inhibits travel, Cottman Transmission and Total Auto Care does its best to ensure that all drivers are equipped with the best information to keep themselves – and everyone [...]

I Found an Additive that Said It’d Fix my Transmission. Will it Work?

By | January 16th, 2017|Maintenance, Transmission Articles|

You notice your transmission is acting just a little different; one of the shifts feels a little sloppier or is taking longer to complete. It’s not really bad — you hope! — but you want to avoid a rebuild. So you head over to your local parts store, and there [...]

My Engine’s Running Fine; Why Replace the Timing Belt?

By | December 26th, 2016|Auto Repair Articles, Maintenance|

If you happened to find yourself paging through your car’s owners manual — a good idea, by the way — you may have noticed that it recommends replacing your car’s timing belt as a maintenance item. And, if you checked with your local repair shop, you may have discovered that [...]

Why is it so Expensive to Have My Spark Plugs Replaced?

By | December 19th, 2016|Auto Repair Articles, Maintenance|

Since replacing the plugs is no longer an annual service, most vehicle manufacturers stopped making them accessible. Today, replacing the plugs may require removing the intake manifold and a lot of other work to reach them. Back in your parents’ day — or yours if you’re really old — a [...]