Improve the Fuel Mileage


Improve the fuel mileage of the vehicle as you drive to help save money in the long run. With some easy tips to follow, you can help get the best mileage from the vehicle when driving. One of the first things to do is remove any excess weight the vehicle might have. Make sure to remove any junk that is in the trunk of the vehicle. Extra weight in the trunk will put more strain on the rear axle. This will mean the front tires do not have the best grip, and it will reduce mileage as you drive. read more

Careful Driving for Potholes


You will want to be careful when driving on roads this spring. Potholes will form as it becomes warmer and the snow and ice melt. Always look ahead on the road you are driving on. If you notice a pothole coming up, try to avoid it, but do not compromise your safety. When there is no other choice other than to hit it, make sure to slow down as much as possible. Going over it slowly will decrease the chance of damage to the vehicle and tires. Since you will not be sure how deep the pothole is, this is important as you may blow out a tire if it is too deep. read more

Traveling and Keeping your Vehicle Operating Properly


When traveling this holiday season, make sure that your vehicle is operating at top efficiency and performance. To help accomplish this, you will want to make sure to bring your vehicle in for regular maintenance and inspections. Doing so will help keep the vehicle operating, as it should be. If you are not sure of the recommended maintenance schedule, make sure to contact us. This way we can set up a schedule based on your vehicle and how often you drive.

Traveling and what to inspect

Before traveling on the road, there are several things that you should inspect. One of the most important things to check is each tire. You will want them properly inflated and have the proper tread wear. If the tread wear is low, you will notice poor handling for your vehicle when you drive on wet or slick roads. You can check this yourself by just taking a penny. Place the penny upside down in the groove of the tread. If you can see the top of Lincoln’s head, then the tread is too low. Make sure that you also check for any bulges or flat spots that the tire may have. If there is damage, you will want to have it fixed or replaced as soon as possible. read more

Technology Features for your Vehicle Improves Safety


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

Fall Care should start this month for your Vehicle


Inspect your vehicle this fall, and you can help prevent further problems and issues in the long run for it. Following regular maintenance schedules for your vehicle will help keep it operating at top performance levels. You can check either the owner’s manual or you can contact us. Since there are various things to do, you will want to make sure that the car is always up to date on the maintenance it needs. You will want to make sure that the tires are inspected. Make sure they are properly inflated. The tires should rotate correctly to help have the best fuel mileage you can have. read more

Safe Driving Tips No Matter What Season


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

Improve the Visibility When you Drive this Winter


Winter weather conditions can contribute to decreased visibility when you drive. The windshield wipers will need to be inspected to ensure that they are in the best working condition that they should be. Look for any rips, tears, or damage to each wiper. Also remember to check the rear windshield wiper if your vehicle comes equipped with one. If you notice any damage to them, make sure that they are replaced as soon as possible. This will help to clear the windshield of your vehicle when you are driving in snow, sleet, or mist. read more

Careful Driving is Needed for Winter


When the temperatures get colder, snow and ice will be inevitable. It is important that you make sure your vehicle will be ready to handle the winter weather conditions. The most important thing to remember is that you clean off the vehicle fully. Make sure that you clear off the entire vehicle before you drive. This should include the windshield, rear windshield, and all the side windows and mirrors. The hood and roof of the vehicle will also need to be free and clear of any snow. If you leave snow on it, there’s a good probability it can fly up and impair your visibility when you drive. It could also reduce the visibility for anyone beside or behind you. read more