No matter the vehicle, batteries don’t last forever. As batteries get older, they start to lose their charge.The best thing you can do is prepare yourself for this kind of inconvenient situation. If you have a newer vehicle, however, it might mean more than having a set of jumper cables buried in your trunk.
Ice, Ice, Baby. Winter is on its way and we don’t want you to get caught unprepared during the ever-changing Indiana weather. With frigid temperatures, slick roads, and ice-covered windshields, preventative maintenance is extremely important. That’s why we are offering all of our guests a FREE Winter Safety Check which includes: Antifreeze Check – Antifreeze is
Most experts recommend you rotate your tires every 5,000 to 7,000 miles, but is that really necessary? If you answered, “yes,” you’re right! You’ll get the most miles out of your tires by regularly rotating them to help evenly distribute wear and tear. A good way to remember when to rotate your tires is to
- June 4, 2018
- By AW
- In Maintenance Tips
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued a warning that objects to vehicle manufacturers requiring consumers to use their parts or services in order to maintain the warranty on their vehicle.
Slick roads. Frigid temps. Ice-covered windshields. All these winter conditions tend to make existing vehicle problems even worse. Even those minor auto issues that seem to be just a nuisance in warmer months, can turn life-threaten in harsher weather.
Is your vehicle running sluggishly or lacking acceleration? It might be time for a fuel system cleaning. When it comes to fuel, it’s all about flow! Every time you press the gas pedal, you control how much fuel and air goes into the engine. The pedal tells the throttle valve how much air to let
The things parents need to worry about seem never ending. So this post is not to give you something else to worry about, but to offer suggestions on how to get kids involved in caring for your vehicle. What follows are some of the best practices in car care that we’ve gathered over the years,
All of that ice, salt and slush can really do a number on your vehicle. That’s why we recommend giving your car or truck some extra attention in spring. Now’s the time to repair the damage winter did to everything from your underbody to your wiper blades.
Ahhh, Spring Break! That annual opportunity to enjoy warmer temps and a much-needed break from the daily grind. It also means millions of additional drivers hitting the roads. In fact, Orbitz estimates that in 2015, 55% of college students planned to travel for Spring Break. Of those students travelling, nearly 50% intended to drive.
Vehicle maintenance is easy to neglect. Daily life gets busy and time seems to fly. By the time you know it, it’s been 5 months since your vehicle has seen any maintenance. If you struggle to keep up with your regular maintenance schedule, you are not alone. In a recent study done by the Car