Keeping the Tires lasting Long by Inspecting them

Keeping the vehicle up to date on regular maintenance is important. This will allow it to be safe and reliable when you drive it. Make sure that you always follow the recommended inspections. Between maintenance, be aware of anything that is out of the norm for the vehicle. With any issues, they will need to be inspected as soon as possible. Ignoring a problem will only end up causing further issues. If there is a grinding noise, it can mean that parts are starting to wear against each other, like the brake pads and rotors. By having us inspect the vehicle, you can help save time, money, and stress in the long run. read more

Check Each Tire After Winter has Ended


As you check each tire of your vehicle, make sure to look at the entire tire. Make sure to inspect the air pressure in each tire. If a tire is getting low on air, you will want to make sure that you fill it correctly. Having a tire that is under inflated or over inflated can cause issues in the long run. One of the most common problems is that the tire will not rotate properly. This can result in uneven tread wear or bulges on the tire. If you are not sure how much air should be in the tires, make sure to check in the owner’s manual. You can also check on the inside doorjamb of the vehicle as well. 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

Pressure for the Tires Should be Checked Often


Air pressure should always be checked and maintained regularly. You will want to check the air in the tires frequently, especially when the weather becomes cooler out. As the temperatures drop, air leaks will start to increase for the tires. Remember to check the air pressure amount in each tire after it has sat for some time. Checking it after driving can result in a false reading for you. This can increase the chance of tire problems and an unexpected breakdown as well.

Pressure inspections for the tires

The air pressure for the tires can be found on the inside doorjamb for the driver’s door. You will want to take note if the recommendation for psi is all tires, or just the front or just the rear. Make sure then that the tires are filled up to that amount. Tires that are over inflated can run the chance of picking up sharp objects on the road. If the tires are lower than they should be, then they could blow when driving. Besides the regular tires, also take the time to check the spare tire of your vehicle. This is important incase you have an issue with one of the other tires. read more

Notice Noises from the Brakes


The brakes are important for the safety and reliability of your vehicle. That is why it is important to always make sure that they are properly maintained and inspected for your vehicle. You can check the owner’s manual to see when the maintenance should be done for them. We can also help to advise you on when the vehicle should have the brakes inspected and maintained as well. Without proper maintenance, there is a greater risk of the vehicle have a breakdown or the brakes failing. One way to notice an issue is by any odd noises that the vehicle makes. You will always want to have it inspected before the noise becomes worse read more

Keeping your Car in the Best Condition


When you own a vehicle, you will want it to last as long as possible. The best way to help ensure this is to make sure you bring it in for regular maintenance inspections. We will look at all the parts and components of the vehicle if there is an issue. If you do notice anything out of the norm of your vehicle, make sure to schedule an appointment and bring it in. By noticing an issue and fixing it as soon as possible, you can help prevent a costly repair bill as well.

Car Wash

After winter, you will want to get your car washed. This will help to remove any buildup of road grime, salt, and other pollutants. During the winter, the salt is put down in order to help remove the ice from the surface of the road. It can then get under your vehicle. As it sits there, it can start to eat away at the frame and cause rust to your vehicle. In order to keep everything in proper condition, having the car washed can help remove this. Also make sure to look for a car wash that has an undercarriage wash, so it removes the gunk from under the vehicle as well. read more

Tire Care is Important

The tires on your vehicle should be in the best condition possible. Doing so will ensure they will operate and rotate correctly. If you are not sure about how often the tires of your vehicle should be maintained, contact us. Depending on your make and model, and also the tires, that can determine when maintenance is needed. You can also check the owner’s manual or also the manufacturer’s recommendation. This will help to ensure the tires are always in the best condition by having proper maintenance done to them. read more

Tires should be Checked in Winter

Tires are important for your vehicle. In order to make sure you have a safe, reliable, and smooth ride, the tires need to be inspected regularly. They should be free from any cracks or puncture marks on them. This can be the first sign that problems may occur later on, when you least expect it.


Besides inspect the tires, you can also change a few driving habits to help ensure a safer ride. Adding distance between the vehicle in front of you and yourself can allow more time to react if they slam on the brakes or encounter something. It will also give you more distance if you need to stop as well. It is recommended to stay at least three seconds behind someone when driving. That should be doubled or tripled in the case of poor weather. read more