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3 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Shocks or Struts

Do you notice that your morning commute is a little bumpier than usual? Any steering problems or braking issues might be related to your shocks or struts. Controlling your vehicle can get more and more difficult as these components start to fail so knowing when to take them in for repair can be essential. Continue reading “3 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Shocks or Struts” »

Top 5 Car and Truck Maintenance Mistakes

For many of us, our car or truck is our lifeline to the outside world. Without reliable transportation, we’re stranded or stuck relying on friends and family for a ride. However, as dependent as we are on our vehicles, many of us are guilty of committing these five maintenance sins – which one is your auto repair Achilles’ heel? Continue reading “Top 5 Car and Truck Maintenance Mistakes” »

Four Signs Your Radiator is Losing Its Cool

The worst time to get caught with a coolant system that isn’t working is this time of year when it seems like the heat is at its worst. A regular coolant flush can help your radiator run smoothly and keep your car on the road where it belongs. Keep an eye out for warning signs that it might be time to flush your cooling system and make an appointment with Performance Auto Repair if you notice any of these issues! Continue reading “Four Signs Your Radiator is Losing Its Cool” »

30, 60, 90: Our Recommended Milestones for Scheduling Service

Do you get your vehicle serviced often enough? If you’re like most drivers, you try to get your car in when you can but you’re not perfect. The 30/60/90 rule is recommended by manufacturers to help drivers remember when to make an appointment for service. We’ll explain why these intervals are important and what you can expect at each appointment. Continue reading “30, 60, 90: Our Recommended Milestones for Scheduling Service” »

5 Things Every New College Student Should Know Before Taking a Car

Congratulations! Next month starts a new chapter in your life – your first semester at college. Whether you’re traveling 2,000 miles or 20 minutes down the road, there are things that every first-time college student needs to know when it comes to having a car on campus. Let Performance Auto be your guide to the ins and outs of vehicle ownership in your first semester and make an appointment with us today to iron out any problems before you leave for school. Continue reading “5 Things Every New College Student Should Know Before Taking a Car” »

Be Kind to Your Car This Summer

Summer is full of adventures – your car breaking down shouldn’t be one of them! When the weather gets hot, treat your car to a little well-earned TLC. There are a few essential things that every car or truck owner should do during the summer to ensure their vehicle runs smoothly when the heat is high. Continue reading “Be Kind to Your Car This Summer” »

Let Freedom Ring: A Guide to Buying American-Made Cars

Buying a new car is stressful enough without having to guess where the car was made. If you prefer to buy American, we’ve got you covered – our blog takes a look at all your options for buying American-made cars and how you can make the best decision for buying American in the future. Continue reading “Let Freedom Ring: A Guide to Buying American-Made Cars” »

Three Ways to Prepare for an Unexpected Car Repair

Last year, the AAA estimated that around one-third of drivers are unprepared for unexpected car repairs. Car and truck owners often forget to budget for depreciation after they buy a vehicle which can lead to trouble in the long run. Here are some things you can do to make sure that you won’t be caught out if you need unplanned repairs.

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True or False: You Get Better Gas Mileage in the Summer

Believe it or not, it’s true! You might have noticed that you don’t fill up as much during the summer as you do in the winter. While this isn’t 100 percent true for all drivers, most get a little break from the fuel pumps during the warmer months for a variety of reasons. Take a look at the top reasons why your car is getting better gas mileage in the summer versus the winter.

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4 Reasons Why Your Car’s Air Conditioner Might Be Blowing Hot Air

So, you got up this morning, drank your morning coffee, showered and got out the door – so far so good, right? It’s June and you noticed that today is a little muggier than usual. No problem! You’re only a few feet away from the sweet, sweet air-conditioned comfort of your car. You get in, buckle up, turn the key, and switch the A/C fan up to high. And in that very moment, you’ve realized your car has betrayed you and it’s blowing nothing but hot air. But why?

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