Everyone seems to assume that engine and brake complications are the most dangerous and cause the majority of accidents. This isn’t necessarily true. An automobile radiator leak is extremely hazardous and toxic. The moment you notice a red or green fluid seeping from your car, it is unsafe to drive. A coolant puddle is highly toxic for both the people and the environment. So make sure your pets or kids are not anywhere need the vicinity. The best thing to do would be to call in a mechanic to take a look at the vehicle and see if a full replacement is necessary of if repairs can solve the problem.
The coolant in your radiator should be flushed and replaced every two years. Ask a Hesp Automotive Technician about longer lasting products for maximum performance. We invite you to visit our auto shop for a free radiator repair estimate and to check for leaks or damage to gaskets and hoses.
Call us to schedule your next radiator flush and maintenance check with our certified and experienced radiator repair experts.