Noticing Warm Air coming from the Air Conditioner

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Noticing an issue is important! Driving should be pleasant and comfortable experience. If the air conditioner starts to malfunction, there will be warm air starting to blow out of the vents. This could include a variety of reasons why the air is not as cold as it otherwise should be. It could include the condenser having an issue, or if there is a clog or leak in the system. No matter what issue, make sure to contact us so we can properly inspect and repair it. This will help to have a cool and comfortable ride this summer. read more

Kids and Pets should Never be Left in a Car

Never leave your kids or pets in your vehicle when it is turned off. The temperature can become dangerously high. If the temperature outside is 85 degrees, the interior of the vehicle can get up to over 100 degrees. This can happen in as little as ten minutes. Even if you park in the shade, the interior of the car will get hot. If you have to run into a store quick, even if you think it is only for a few minutes, always make sure to take your kids. While you go in, you can get easily distracted, or maybe the check out line is long. This will result in extra time in the store as well. read more

Saving Money at the Pump this Spring

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You are probably saving money at the fuel pumps this spring. As the fuel prices are at a record low, now is a great time to take advantage of the extra savings. Remember to support your local auto repair shop. Bring the vehicle in and we can do a bumper to bumper inspection on it. This is the best way to help ensure that it will be efficient for you while you are driving. Between visits, always make sure that you notice anything out of the norm of the vehicle. This could include odd noises, odors, or even how it handles or steers. read more

Staying Healthy and Safe

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Staying healthy is important during this Covid-19 outbreak. You will want to follow the recommended guidelines in order to help prevent the spread of it. The best rule to be following is the social distancing. Make sure to stay at least six feet away between you and other people. This will make the germs harder to spread. If you have to cough or sneeze, do so into your elbow. If you cough in your hand, then those germs are now going to be on everything you touch. You will also want to stay home if you start feeling any signs of illness or if you have a fever. read more

Repairs And Benefits for your Vehicle

All repairs for the vehicle will help the overall efficiency of it. If there is an issue, make sure to contact us and bring the vehicle in. Having a bumper to bumper inspection done for it will help keep it lasting as long as possible. If you are not sure when regular maintenance should be done, we can advise you on a schedule. This way all the parts and components can be inspected regularly. If there are any issues, we can help get you back on the road with a safe and reliable vehicle. read more

Battery Care for the Winter

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Taking care of the battery for your vehicle is important. If you do not follow proper maintenance inspections or schedules, you increase the chance of an unexpected breakdown happening. This will end up costing you more in the long run because of extra time, money, and stress that you will have to deal with. If you are not sure how often you should come in for regular maintenance for your vehicle, make sure to contact us. We will be able to advise you on a schedule, as well setting one up to follow. Not only is care of the battery important in winter, but overall care of the vehicle should be followed. read more

Winter can be Brutal on your Car

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The winter can cause several issues for the condition of your vehicle. You will want to check the tires regularly in the winter. As it gets colder out, you will notice a drop in air pressure for the tires. By checking them on a regular basis, you will be aware when the tires are having issues. If the tires are under inflated or over inflated, then problems are more likely to arrive. When a tire is low on a regular basis, it could mean that there is a permanent leak in the tire. This should be inspected as soon as you are aware of it. Doing so will help keep the tires in the most ideal condition for when you drive. read more

Technology Features for your Vehicle Improves Safety

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Any technology features are able to help improve safety for you and those around you. No matter if you are looking for a new vehicle, or want to add something to a vehicle that may be a few years old, you have options. These various technology features are important and you should be aware how to properly use them. If you are looking for a new vehicle, a car dealer can instruct you to how they work. Having a vehicle with these technology features should mean you will want to look up how they work and operate. You can lookup how these operate in the vehicle owner’s manual. Doing this can help you have a safe vehicle, while also being able to have the vehicle operate efficiently. read more

Safe Driving Tips No Matter What Season

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Driving safe is something we all know to do. With new laws in place, it is important to be aware and follow them properly. Also remember that it is important to bring your vehicle in for regular maintenance inspections by us. We can advise you when your vehicle should be brought in if you are not sure of the schedule. This will also help improve how safe the vehicle is when you need to drive it. Anything out of the norm should always be taken seriously. You will want to contact us as soon as you notice the issue, so it can be inspected as soon as possible. read more

ABS Dashboard Warning Light for your Vehicle

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The ABS light is important. When you see a dashboard warning illuminate, you will want to take these seriously. This will alert you to any issues that the vehicle may be experiencing. When you notice that a dashboard warning light starts to blink, this can mean that the problem is significantly worse. You will want to make sure to pull your vehicle over and turn it off when it is safe to do so. This will help you to prevent further damage from being done to your vehicle. Also remember to bring the vehicle in as soon as possible so we can inspect it for you. read more