Do You Know the Four Main Parts of a Car?

September 5th, 2022 by

A vehicle has numerous parts and controls that all work together to function properly. However, there are four main components of a car: the chassis, engine, transmission system, and body. At Croce’s Transmission Specialists in Norwalk, Connecticut, our team of ASE-certified technicians provides top-quality auto repair. Follow our brief overview to learn the main parts

How Does Braking Work?

March 1st, 2022 by

Your Brakes Are More Complicated Than You Think! Do You Know How Your Brakes Actually Stop Your Car? Braking is one of the most important performances your vehicle makes, and it is certainly the most important for keeping you safe. Since the days of Fred Flintstone braking with his feet, technology has come a long

Vehicle Maintenance Myths

September 1st, 2021 by

Don’t Believe All the Auto Repair Myths You Read Online! Maintenance and Auto Repair don’t have to be a mystery: 5 Myths Explained You can find a lot of answers about auto repair on the internet. In fact, you can find so many opinions, many of which conflict with each other. If you’re a bit

The Various Careers in Auto Repair

January 31st, 2021 by

Interested in a Career in Auto Repair? Are you interested in a career in the automotive industry? If so, there’s good news because the auto repair industry has a job for everybody. Whether you’re someone who likes to work with your hands and solve problems or something a bit more analytical, there’s something for everyone

Maintenance Basics

December 19th, 2019 by

Services You Need to Avoid Costly Auto Repairs Life gets busy. Between work and family responsibilities, it’s quite common for people to forget to perform basic auto maintenance. Unfortunately, the lack of maintenance soon leads to the need for costly auto repairs. Even if you can’t perform a weekly or monthly check up on your

Do You Need Brake Service?

April 22nd, 2019 by

Warning Signs to Look Out For Outside of having your vehicle’s braking system regularly serviced, the best way to ensure it’s long term performance is to understand the signs of brake failure. By knowing the signs, you’ll be able to determine what’s wrong with it and even anticipate when it may fail soon! If you’re