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Yearly Archives: 2017

Top Car Related Events in the Kentucky Region

Are you searching for a fun way to spend your weekend that involves cars and is Louisville-based? You are in luck because our team at Turning Wrenches keeps a watch on the top car related events in the Kentucky. Just as we stay abreast of cutting-edge technology, we aim to stay up to date with what is happening in our community. Louisville auto enthusiasts have a wide variety of events to choose from in the 2018 season, and while many are still in the planning stages, you might want to mark your calendar for some of these 2018 events:   Louisville Auto Show: This year’s show features exotic cars and test drive opportunities to qualified drivers. Ponies In The Smokies 2018 Car Show: This year’s event in Sevierville, TN, promises to be even bigger and better. Special events are currently in the works as well. 7th Annual Cinco De Mopar Car Show: Indiana's most significant ALL MOPAR car show is calling for entries. The show benefits the American Foundation for Su ... read more



Top Maintenance Issues for Mercedes Vehicles

Factory-recommended maintenance checks on Mercedes vehicles come in all shapes and sizes, and often they’re called for more or less frequently than necessary. At Turning Wrenches, we know that, while a manufacturer may call for maintenance every 10,000- 20,000 miles, more frequent maintenance checks on your vehicle’s most common components can enable you to get better performance from your Mercedes and save you money in the long run. Top Maintenance Issues for Mercedes Vehicles   Brakes: Mercedes recommends brake fluid changes every two years or 20,000 miles. That may be true for most people, but what if your brake line is leaking? At Turning Wrenches, we believe an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of foolishness, so we recommend having your brake system looked at every time you come in. In fact, we include it in our standard inspections. After all, faulty brakes can mean the difference between a fender-bender and a life-threatening emergency. Feel free to contac ... read more


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