Today marks the eighteenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks that truly changed things in our country. Donnie Braun & Sons Auto Repair wants to take this time to remember those who lost their lives on that tragic day in September of 2001.
Newer Vehicles Generate as Much As 25GB of Data/Hour according to McKinsey. Now That is Extremely Interesting! It is also daunting as we now need to know "what data" right? You also want to know where it is going if anywhere and who owns the data? All interesting questions that we never thought about. Just get in and drive, choose a destination and if a light goes off in the dash you call us here at Donnie Braun & Sons Auto Repair to schedule an appointment. We want our Jefferson City drivers to be informed as always and able to make their choices based on having facts. This is a big change in the automotive-truck service industry and it really has not hit the news at all, so it is up to us to get you up-to-date and informed. Here are the facts and where you can find more information!
If you own a Ford vehicle you may be affected by this recall. According to CBS News, Ford recently announced a recall that affects over 1.3 million vehicles that are primarily located in North America. The recall was issued mainly due to problems with rear suspension and transmission control software.
Had a storage unit at Braun & Sons. They were always very courteous and willing to help. Even more so just after a tornado took out their shop and our storage unit. They are honorable, and I'd be more than happy to have a unit with them again after they rebuild. - Bernadette G. (5 star review on Google)
We want our customers informed so here are some commonly asked questions regarding car care, maintenance, repair and tips that you may have and help you better understand about your vehicle.
What’s the correct tire pressure for my vehicle?
The correct tire pressure for a vehicle is determined by the size and weight of the vehicle, the type of tires it uses, load hauled, and the type of driving the vehicle is intended for. The vehicle manufacturer places a tire inflation placard in each vehicle that gives the proper tire inflation pressures for that vehicle. This placard is located on the inside of the glove box door, inside the fuel-filler door, or on the driver’s side doorpost (depending upon manufacturer). Most manufacturers also list tire inflation levels in the owner’s manual.