Avoid Car Problems On Your Spring Break Road Trip

The last thing you want to think about when you’re on vacation is car problems. You want to be wandering around a museum, watching the sunset on a beach, or just walking around a new town with friends or family. Nobody budgets their trip to include car repair cash, not to mention time wasted looking for a mechanic to fix it. We have a checklist of things to test before hitting the asphalt. Continue reading “Avoid Car Problems On Your Spring Break Road Trip” »

4 Tips to Improve Your Vehicle’s Fuel Economy

Gas is expensive and every time the gas light comes on it feels like you just filled the tank. So, we are turning to better fuel efficiency in new cars but if you have an older car, there are a few ways to keeps more money in your bank account. Continue reading “4 Tips to Improve Your Vehicle’s Fuel Economy” »

Keep Your Car’s Tires in the Best Shape

We tend to neglect our tires because we are more concerned about the aesthetics of our car’s body and interior, as well as more concerned about making sure everything in the engine is working.  However, properly working tires are essential to a well-running vehicle. Continue reading “Keep Your Car’s Tires in the Best Shape” »

Servicing Your New Car at 30, 60 & 90k Miles

When you get a new vehicle, you want to keep it working perfectly as long as possible. There are three milestones, 30,000 miles, 60,000 miles and 90,000 miles, when you need to take your vehicle in for maintenance servicing. Continue reading “Servicing Your New Car at 30, 60 & 90k Miles” »

How to Jump Start a Car in 7 Steps

Whether you have the memory of a goldfish and leave your lights on all night occasionally or you just like to help those in a spot of trouble, knowing how to jump start a car is an important skill. Guess what? It’s a quick and easy process with a few simple steps. Continue reading “How to Jump Start a Car in 7 Steps” »

5 Warning Signs Your Alternator is Failing

Your car’s alternator uses the electrical energy the engine provides to keep the battery fully charged. Without it, your car will not run for more than a few minutes. So, getting your car’s alternator repaired is essential for keeping your car running.  Continue reading “5 Warning Signs Your Alternator is Failing” »

Are Your Vehicle’s Brakes OK?

Not everyone is a car expert, but figuring out whether your brakes are beginning to fail isn’t that difficult. Not every vehicle has a warning light that pops up when there is an issue with your wheels or brake system. The following symptoms may tell you that it’s time to get to the mechanic. Continue reading “Are Your Vehicle’s Brakes OK?” »

Keeping Your Vehicle Fleet in Tip-Top Shape

Many companies use fleets of multiple cars, trucks, or vans to perform jobs. These kinds of businesses rely on their vehicles to make revenue, so you need quick, high-quality fleet service to keep everything running. The maintenance program you choose for your vehicles is one of the most important business decisions. Look for the following traits of a good fleet service program. Continue reading “Keeping Your Vehicle Fleet in Tip-Top Shape” »

5 Car Hacks to Deal with Snow & Ice

Winter can mean a sparkling wonderland full of skiing, sledding, and shredding around on a snowboard. On the other hand, getting anywhere is a huge hassle. Snow and ice overnight mean getting up early to take time to scrape the car in the freezing cold or risk being late to work or school. To cut down on your winter pain, check out our tips. Continue reading “5 Car Hacks to Deal with Snow & Ice” »

Prevent Cold Weather Vehicle Damage

When the temperature drops, so can the performance of your vehicle. To keep your car going during the rest of the winter, read the following tips. Continue reading “Prevent Cold Weather Vehicle Damage” »

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