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Why You Shouldn’t Drive with a Headlight Out

Winter months mean shorter days, so more time driving in the dark. Having one headlight out might not seem like that big of a deal, but it can make it a lot more dangerous for you as the driver and for others sharing the road. If you’re planning to drive miles without a replacement headlight, … Continued

What Is the Difference Between Auto Repair & Car Maintenance?

People can often mistake auto repair and car maintenance for the same thing. However, there is a notable distinction between the two. Auto repair is often your mechanic’s response to an issue that your vehicle is experiencing, whether it’s a flat tire, dead battery, worn struts, etc. And car maintenance is preventative vehicle services that … Continued

Old Tires Are Dangerous

Old tires may not show any obvious signs of deterioration. While they may appear to be safe, usable tires, cracks can develop both on the inside and the outside of the tire. Since the rubber compounds used in tires degrade over time, cracks will develop in the rubber, regardless of mileage and wear. Ultimately, this … Continued

Seven Ways to Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter

November is here and winter is upon us. As you brace yourself for dropping temperatures and snow falls, don’t forget that your vehicle needs to be prepared for winter, too.  Wondering how to prepare your vehicle for winter? Think about preventative maintenance and consider stowing items in your car so you’ll be prepared for emergencies. … Continued

October is Fall Car Care Month

Fall Car Care Month is the perfect time to make sure that your car is ready for winter and current on all maintenance and repair needs. Basic auto service and repairs can go a long way in improving the safety and dependability of your car. Does Your Car Know Something You Don’t? In celebration of … Continued

3 Car Parts that We’re Endlessly Thankful for

In the spirit of gratitude this season, it has us reflecting on all the wonderful parts that make our modern-day vehicles such an asset to society. Without these three key parts, vehicles would look and function a lot differently than they do today… and likely for the worst! Here are three features in vehicles that … Continued

Five Ways to Improve Fall Driving Visibility & Safety

To assure you can see clearly while driving, be sure to take a few minutes to clear off your vehicle – especially at the base of the windshield and other crevices where debris may accumulate. Here are five more things you can do to assure clear visibility while driving so you and your passengers will … Continued

Replace a Flat Tire Or Get a Whole New Set?

So, you need to replace a flat tire that cannot be repaired. That’s bad enough. But then the repair guy says that you really should replace all four of your tires. Do you really need to replace three tires that seem perfectly good, just because one bit the dust? In many cases there are several … Continued

Can Falling Leaves Damage Your Car?

As beautiful as the fall season is, its falling leaves can find themselves doing some damage to your vehicle. Not only do leaves make the roads more dangerous, but they can also damage your paint and get into places in your car they shouldn’t be. It’s a good rule of thumb to try to get … Continued

5 Driving Tips for New Drivers

With back-to-school season here, there are lots of new drivers out on the road. This is such an exciting time for new drivers, but there are definitely safety factors you need to consider before you hit the road. To all the parents and guardians out there, here are a few driving tips for new drivers: … Continued