carmechaniccalgaryWhen it comes time for you to head to your mechanic calgary sw you may often feel that feeling of anxiousness especially as you look at the estimated amount of money that you have to shell out to finally get everything fixed and get your vehicle up and running. You never really need to worry when it comes to having your car serviced and looking at the amount of expense that you need to pay for, as long as you are able to take some of these steps into consideration and are able to regularly make sure that you get to follow this quick guide.

Keep a Maintenance Schedule

One of the key ingredients when it comes to ensuring that you do not need to pay out a large sum of money when you visit the mechanic is being able to keep tabs with the regular maintenance work for your vehicle. Although you will need to spend for these regular services, you are able to properly regulate the amount of money that goes into each scheduled work since the amount that needs to be addressed is not a lot.

Go for Quality Repairs

Instead of settling for repair shops that seem shady and offer very minimal service fees, it is best for you to look into some of the best out there and be rest assured that you are provided with high quality repairs that will last for a long time. Be reminded that your car is an investment and since it has taken you a considerable amount of money to be able to purchase your vehicle, it is your best bet to go to a car service shop that will ensure a high quality repair.

Take Immediate Action

Admit it or not, you may be one of those car owners who settle for getting a car repair when it becomes convenient for your time and not during the time when your car really needs to get serviced, so what happens often times is the amount of repair needed becomes far bigger than what was supposed to have been fixed. When you feel anything weird when you drive your vehicle or at the slightest change in the amount of performance and function of your car, be keen on bringing it in for a checkup so you are able to address your own safety and cut down on your expense.

irst off, thanks to everyone who came to the Progtobertfest pre-show. We had a blast sharing the stage with Mr. Rubber Finger. Check out some pics in our Media section.

Now that we’re approaching the new year, Widow’s Walk is working hard on writing new material along with some surprises! Stay tune for upcoming gigs in 2009!

Thanks to everybody who came out to the Barrymore’s show on the 5th, and helped to make it the best Widow’s Walk show yet!  We had a great crowd, great sound, and great lights, as you will see in our Media section.  Our good friend Chuck got some nice footage of both sets as well, and we’ll have video clips coming soon!

Also on our Media page you’ll find the first of a series of videos documenting the recordings we did last summer, courtesy (again!) of Chuck Ho.  We’ll have more of these coming each month showing all aspects of the recording process.

Yep, Widow’s Walk is still alive and well. A lot has happened over the last month; we’ve just finished recording a new song – “Behind Glass” (hop over to our Myspace page to listen), and we’ve also posted a video of “Whispered Message” on our Youtube page. WW has been busy writing new material that we’re looking forward to debuting at our next gig. Stay tuned!

Tickets are $6 at End Hits (407 Dalhousie Street) and Vertigo Records (193 Rideau Street), or $5 directly from the band (email

Widow’s Walk will be going on first, so make sure you’re there early! We will also have CDs and our new stickers on sale at the merch table. Hope to see you there!