- August 1, 2016
- By admin
- In Fall Tips
Weren’t you just picking Cheerios off the floor and suffering through the greatest pain known to humankind, aka, stepping on Legos with bare feet? It hardly seems possible that the little toddler once running around and making a mess everywhere could be ready for college. If you’re stuck in too much denial about your baby
My dad spent his weekends in the driveway with his car. He took hours to wash every nook and cranny, inside and out, before he spent even more time carefully drying it with a super soft cloth. And he didn’t stop there. Dad tested his tire pressure on a regular basis. He even changed his
We all know that old saying about April. But what the adage doesn’t mention is how all those inevitable showers will impact what happens on the road. Even a light rain can quickly deteriorate driving conditions—especially if your tires are in less than ideal repair. In fact, the first hour or two of a rainstorm
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.
Every time you press your gas pedal, you control not only the fuel, but also the air that passes through your filter and enters your engine. Yet, you would be surprised at the number of people that think air filters are no big deal and don’t need proper preventative maintenance.
We talk a lot about the importance of changing your oil on a regular basis. It’s one of the most important preventative maintenance steps you can take for your vehicle. Generally, you should change your oil every three months, or every 3,000 miles. But be aware that this recommendation can differ based on your vehicle,
It’s that time of year when people start talking about New Years resolutions. Are you the resolution-making type? What will your goals be? Statistics show that very few people that make resolutions actually end up keeping them. However, the chances of achieving your goals can only increase if you make a point to set them!
The best protection against driving in dangerous winter weather is to be prepared. Here are nine of our favorite winter weather safety tips to keep you and your vehicle safe and warm this winter.
In the market for new tires? They’re never a cheap investment. So before you take the plunge, here are a few things you should consider.
Not to be a Debbie Downer, but we’re going to go ahead and say it. Winter is coming, whether we like it or not. Don’t get caught unprepared during the inevitable frigid temperatures. Here are a few tips to keep you safe and prepare your vehicle for winter weather.