1. My Car Won’t Start — What’s Wrong?

    Welcome back to the Milex Auto Service Center blog! We are here to help you answer your questions about your car and to get you back out on the road when your car isn’t running like it used to. Keep reading to learn more and be sure to make an appointment with our auto repair shop in Tucson. Dead Battery In most cases, your car won’t start because of a dead battery. Dead batteries can be a res…Read More

  2. October Is Fall Car Care Month

    October is fall car care month which means it’s the perfect time of year to look into getting your car fixed up before winter. Here at Milex Auto Service, we’re proud to offer superior auto repair services in Tucson and will keep your car running great into the new year and beyond. We pride ourselves on offering transparent services with no hidden fees. We understand that you need affordable c…Read More

  3. What To Do If Your Car Overheats

    Fall is just around the corner, but the hot weather doesn’t seem to be holding up at all here in Tucson. For you, this means drinking more water and staying inside whenever you can. However, your car doesn’t get off so easy. You still need your car to get you from point A to point B without overheating. In this blog, we’re going to talk about how to prevent your car from overheating, as well…Read More

  4. Essential Car Care Tips For Summer

    Typically, when we think of cars breaking down or needing maintenance, it’s during the coldest months of winter. However, that’s not always the case when it comes to every aspect of car care. There are some important car maintenance projects you’ll need to take care of this summer in order to keep your car in great condition and prevent any unnecessary breakdowns or costly repairs. Keep read…Read More

  5. Tips For Being A Safer Driver – Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Milex Auto Service. If you recall from last time, we talked about several tips on how to be a better driver. Even if you already consider yourself a good driver, there is always more you can do to improve your driving. Generally, being a good driver isn’t all about driving slowly, it’s about being more aware of your surroundings and truly understandi…Read More

  6. Tips For Being A Safer Driver

    There comes a point in every driver’s life when they start to reevaluate some of the decisions they’re making while driving. Whether it’s keeping both eyes on the road at all times or learning to be a less distracted driver. You don’t have to be a “bad” driver in order to reconsider how you drive — in fact, it’s a habit of good drivers to always look for ways to be a safer driver. …Read More

  7. Get The Most Money Out Of Your Used Car

    There comes a point when we have to say goodbye to our old vehicle in order to upgrade and find something a little more reliable. Whether your car is not functioning, or it still has some kick left in it, you’ll want to make sure you get the best value for it. But how do you determine what people are willing to pay for it? In this blog, we’ll talk about several tips that will help you to get t…Read More

  8. How To Fix Paint Chips On Your Car

    We’ve all been there, either you hit something while backing out, got unexpected hail damage, or you have no idea how it got there, but paint chips can be annoying and will rust if you don’t get to them fast enough. We’re going to go over what you should do, step-by-step, to repair those pesky paint chips on your car! Step 1: Purchase a touch-up kit You’ll want to start by buying a touch-u…Read More

  9. How To Drive In The Snow

    If you live in Tucson, you probably don’t see snow very often. However, if you’re going out of town on vacation or for work, you’re going to want to be prepared for the worst weather conditions, especially if you’re headed to a more northern state. Or, if you’re sitting in Tucson and there’s a rare occurrence of snow, you’ll want to be prepared so you don’t have to skip work and si…Read More

  10. Is Premium Gas Worth The Extra Money?

    When you’re standing at the gas pump, you’ll usually notice that there is more than one type of unleaded gas to choose from. Most people just chose the standard, unleaded gas that is typically 87 octane rating because that’s what they’ve always been told to do. If you haven’t taken some time to research this already, I’m going to give you a better idea of the differences between the th…Read More