Remember to Turn on your Lights


When driving in the winter, make sure to have the lights on when the weather is less than ideal. This is important no matter what the weather is. If it is raining, sleeting, snowing, or even windy, you will want to have the headlights on. You will improve the visibility as you drive, as well as helping others to see where you are at on the road. Without the lights on, you will increase the chance of an accident occurring. If other drivers cannot see you, then they might rear end or crash into you. 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

Inspecting the Lights on your Vehicle

The lights play an important part for your vehicle. This is what helps you to see when you are driving. If the lights are poor, you increase your chance for an accident. This is because you will not notice where or what might be in the road ahead. By inspecting the lights regularly, you can determine what is ahead of you. If you notice that the lights are dim or no longer aligned properly, make sure to bring the vehicle in so we can inspect it properly.


By having properly working lights, it can also improve the visibility when you are driving. This alerts you to those that are around you, as well as what might be in the road up ahead. By seeing what is ahead of you, it can help to reduce the chance of an accident from occurring. Also make sure that you clean off the windshield of your vehicle so you can see properly. read more

Make sure the Headlights are working Properly

The headlights are an important part for your vehicle to your safety. Headlights serve the purpose of illuminating the road ahead to provide visibility for you. It also helps to make you visible to others around you. Good headlights can help reduce the chance of an accident and allow you to see what is on the road ahead. This is beneficial if you are driving at night or if it is poor weather. You can also bring the vehicle in and we can inspect the headlights for you.

The most common type of headlight today uses incandescent light bulbs. These type of bulbs work like ones in average house lamps, but are very much more powerful. The filament used in these bulbs evaporates over time and burn out just like any bulb does, leading for replacement every so often. With newer technology, the halogen bulb is starting to emerge in newer vehicle makes and models. These bulbs are similar to traditional incandescent bulbs in that they both require a tungsten filament. However, the halogen bulb uses a thinner filament that offers a brighter white light and the bulb is filled with halogen gas that extends the life of the filament. read more

Installing the Headlights for Your Vehicle

Today, modern vehicles have more gadgets and components included under the hood. As a result, all the internal engine area space that used to exist has been taken up. This makes it very hard to get in and swap out a headlight bulb properly. While this was once a simple and easy task, changing one’s headlights has become increasingly difficult. So much, in fact, that most prefer to have the task done by a professional. However, despite the difficulties involved, just knowing what is required and what needs to be done can make the task much easier. read more

Driving Safe this winter at Night


When traveling, it is important to keep your vehicle in the best condition possible. This can help improve the safety and reliability of the vehicle when you drive. If you notice that the vehicle is starting to sound, smell, or feel odd, make sure to contact us. We can inspect the vehicle for any issues that might be starting to form. By catching an issue at the first sign, you can help to save time, money, and stress in the long run. This will be able to make your driving experience a more pleasant one as you drive. When you drive at night, it can more hazardous than driving in the day. This because there is less light to see by as you drive. Your depth perception and peripheral vision are also severely limited during the night. This can reduce your reaction time incase something happens on the road. Usually you are more tired and fatigued at night. When you are driving, you may notice that it is difficult to concentrate. If you notice you cannot pay attention to the road and those around you properly, make sure to pullover so you are not in an accident. read more

Care for the Headlights and Taillights

Most of the time, people do not think about headlights or taillights until one of them goes out or when they get pulled over by law enforcement. When you are in the throes of your springtime traveling, you do not want to run the risk of getting a ticket for a light being out. You should inspect your headlights and taillights and it should be a part of your routine general car maintenance. Every time you enter your car, you should look at your lights to make sure that they are at least working. Performing a more detailed inspection should be done on a regular basis to keep you safe while driving at night. read more