7 Car Hacks For the Savvy Car Owner

We’ve all had a moment where we see a cool hack and wonder why we didn’t think of it first. We have some handy car hacks that will not only help you take care of your car but will also make you the talk of the neighborhood!  Continue reading “7 Car Hacks For the Savvy Car Owner” »

Ensure the Long Life of Your Classic Car

Taking care of an older car requires knowledge and impressive discipline. Maintaining the integrity of a classic car takes skill, but it’s a skill that you can master over time. If you’re persistent and patient, you will be an expert at antique car maintenance in no time.  Continue reading “Ensure the Long Life of Your Classic Car” »

Little Things You Can Do to Pamper Your Vehicle

It used to be that most car maintenance could be performed in the driveway. With the introduction of computers and other technology, car upkeep has become complicated. Most jobs have to be performed by professionals. If you’re the do-it-yourself type, you can still do some car maintenance. These tasks not only ensure car safety but also they keep your vehicle running great. Continue reading “Little Things You Can Do to Pamper Your Vehicle” »

Treat Your Vehicle to a Spring Tune-Up

Now that the Midwest weather is getting warmer, it’s time to shake off winter. That means getting outdoors, and you’ll likely need to drive more. A spring tune-up that takes care of winter rust and other problems is what your car needs. Continue reading “Treat Your Vehicle to a Spring Tune-Up” »

4 Car Repair Tips for Busy Parents

Today’s parents are busier than ever. Balancing work, shuffling kids to school and practice, and household errands mean that many parents find that scheduling car repair can be challenging. If you are a busy parent wondering how to make time for much-needed car repair in your busy schedule, don’t worry – we have the answer. Here are four ways you can make time for car or truck repair as a busy parent. Continue reading “4 Car Repair Tips for Busy Parents” »

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” »

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” »

Prevent Cold Weather Vehicle Damage

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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” »

Make 2018 the Year of Car Care

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Plenty of us out there take our vehicles for granted and ignore the maintenance needed. Unless the vehicle isn’t working, we tend to put simple things like washing it, making sure it has lubrication, and changing the oil. Continue reading “Make 2018 the Year of Car Care” »

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