• 7 Fall Car Care Tips

      Fall is an important season for your car or truck’s preventative maintenance. Taking time to pay attention to vehicle needs in autumn can make a big difference when the weather turns cold and icy. Here are seven areas to look into now to prepare for later.

  • How to Prepare Your Kid’s Car for College

    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

  • A Millennial’s Guide to Vehicle Maintenance

    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

  • How Often Should You Change Your Tires?

    Ever wondered if there is a standard, short answer to how often to change your tires? Unfortunately, that answer is, no. Tire life expectancy depends on your driving habits, vehicle and tires. Your goal should be to replace tires before the tread gets too worn down. Those tire grooves are designed to let water escape

  • A Spring Cleaning Checklist for Your Vehicle

    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.

  • Ways to Gain Back Your MPG

    Are you noticing a drop in your miles per gallon? Are you finding yourself at the gas station more often than ever before? If so, then your vehicle is in need of an MPG Maintenance Boost! It’s possible to gain back MPG. Here is a list of the most common culprits that hurt your MPG.

  • How to Successfully Jump a Car

    Have you ever experienced that sinking feeling when you get in your car, slip the key into the ignition, turn the key, and then nothing happens. No noise, no lights, and no ignition. Your battery was dead. We are all only human. Sometimes we leave the headlights on and sometimes we leave the dome light

  • Tips to Combat Overheating While Driving

    A car overheating is always a scary sight, especially while on a road trip. Most cars do not overheat very often so when they do overheat, they can cause quite the shock to the system. If you notice your temperature gauge rising while you are driving, it is best to know all the tips and

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