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I hit a sign, now what?

What do you do if you, hypothetically, hit a sign and damaged it while driving? That’s not a question most people are expecting, but it is an occurrence that happens. Roadside accidents can happen to the best of us, and sometimes traffic signs can end up as the victims. What exactly are the proper procedures in a circumstance like this? Take a deep breath. There may be a wave of anxiety that hits you if you’re involved in an accident. It’s okay to collect your thoughts and take a few minutes to breathe. Before you exit your vehicle to assess the damage, recenter yourself. If it’s safe to do so, you may exit the car or move your vehicle to a safe spot. Do not leave! Hitting a sign and driving away is illegal and can result in a misdemeanor. Traffic signs are vital because they work to keep a safe flow of traffic. If a sign is not replaced, it can result in an accident for another driver. Make contact with a public official. Reach out to the publ ... read more

When Do I Need a Wheel Alignment?

When Do I Need a Wheel Alignment?

Having the correct wheel alignment is important to the drivability of your vehicle. When your wheels are out of alignment, you may have trouble steering and controlling your vehicle. Also, you may be damaging your vehicle's tires and suspension system unknowingly, leading to needing repairs later down the road.  The frequency of when your vehicle will need a wheel alignment will depend on a number of different things, including the make and model of your vehicle as well as your driving habits. The typical interval for a wheel alignment is around every 2 years or 40,000 miles, although this can vary. However, there are a few regular occurrences that can force your wheels out of alignment, causing you to need one earlier than recommended. Wheels can be forced out of alignment due to some of the following instances: driving quickly over speed bumps, driving over potholes, hitting curbs, minor car collisions, and more. If you suspect that there is an issue wi ... read more

How to Prepare for a Road Trip

We know that traveling might not be in your plans for the next month or so. But as we are slowly able to travel and get outdoors again after the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be considering planning a road trip at the end of summer. If you’re planning on taking the family on a road trip in the next coming months, making sure that you are organized and prepared will keep your family happy and minimize the stress of the trip. Here are some tips on how to get you and your family ready for your road trip: Be sure to have your vehicle inspected here at One Stop Auto Care before you go. We will make sure that your vehicle is in good condition and won't give you any trouble along the way!   Make sure to plan breaks along the way. A short break every couple of hours is recommended. These could be at rest stops or gas stations, just a chance to get out of the car and stretch your legs. If kids are traveling along, you may find that bathroom breaks will be needed during these br ... read more

Doing Our Part to Better Serve You During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Doing Our Part to Better Serve You During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Here at One Stop Auto Care, we care about the health and safety of our customers and our staff during this time of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak here in Los Angeles. We want to reiterate that auto repair is considered an essential business here in California and we are open for business. We know how important a reliable vehicle is during this time of need, and we are here to help if you find yourself having car trouble or need a service performed. We truly want to ensure that our customers and staff members are properly protected from this virus. We will be taking the following precautions to maintain the health of our customers and employees: Our technicians will be washing their hands regularly and putting on gloves before entering vehicles.    After your vehicle's work is complete, your keys will be wiped down along with the front interior, steering wheel, gear shift, and other controls of your vehicle with disinfectant.    Our service adviso ... read more

Celebrating 26 Years in Business!

Celebrating 26 Years in Business!

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