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Just like car salesmen, repair technicians don't easily earn consumers' trust. When searching for a car repair solution in Colorado, it's important to find someone who is reliable, credible and affordable. Otherwise, you run the risk of costing yourself more time and money. TOCO offers top-of-the-line service when it comes to repairing your vehicle.

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Colorado is filled with miles and miles of long, scenic roads to take in, but a lot of driving leads to more maintenance fees and higher costs—if you're not protected. When you buy a new car, it comes with a warranty that will cover most malfunctions and breakdowns. However, did you know that after the warranty ends, or if you purchase a used car, you can still have warranty? Vehicle service contracts, sometimes referred to as extended warranties, can help cover many of the same things after the manufacturer or dealership warranty has expired. Read more...


Smart owners know that checking your oil, and performing other minor checkups, can help maintain your vehicle in proper working order, and in turn lower maintenance costs. While the exact regularity isn't set in stone, most automotive enthusiasts agree that you should check your oil once of month and you should get an oil change every few months, or 3,000 miles, whichever comes first. The results of not checking, and changing, your oil is expensive, with average repair costs for engine failure reaching $2,000. Read more...


A good, trustworthy mechanic is hard to find, but it can make the difference between regular and expensive repairs, or infrequent and inexpensive ones. A car is the second most expensive investment in a person's life (17 percent of income, while a house is 34 percent), and you should find the right mechanic to take care of it. Finding a mechanic through a trusted friend or family member is the best way to go, but if those recommendations don't come, you'll have to rely on trial and error or recommendations from online services, which may not always be trustworthy. Read more...