Oil Changes Are A-Changing

Oil changes are essential to keeping your car running at an optimal level. Back in the day, the conventional rule was to change oil every 3,000 miles but now with improvements to engine oil and engine efficiency in modern cars, that norm has changed. With that in mind, how often should you truly have your… Read more »

Key to Not Getting a Ticket? Fully Functioning Equipment

Everyone hates that dreaded moment when you are driving along and suddenly you notice lights flashing in your rearview mirror. You see the cop car and realize you are getting pulled over. Sometimes you know immediately why the cop is stopping you and other times it is less obvious. If you weren’t speeding or tailgating,… Read more »

Windows Stuck? Looking at Common Window Problems

Has your car window failed you? Are you no longer able to open and close your power windows at your leisure? Then it is time to get to the bottom of the issue. Many incidents can occur with your power windows, but there are solutions for every problem. Here are a few of the most… Read more »

Four Common Summertime Auto Issues

Most of us look forward to the warm, summer months each year. Summer often means vacations, road trips and other enjoyable outdoor activities. The summer heat can also put additional strain on vehicles, though. Let’s take a look at four of the most common summertime auto issues and how you can prevent them from causing… Read more »

Get in Gear for Summer Driving

Summer and road trips often go hand in hand. Travel and vacation plans frequently take people further from home than normal, and involve fully loaded vehicles in hot weather. This combination can create an expensive problem if there has been any neglected maintenance. Carefully inspect your car now to get in gear for summer driving…. Read more »

Five Things to Check Before You Tow

With summer approaching, many people are making plans for vacations and weekend getaways, and many people will be hauling a camper, boat or other trailer with them. Before you hit the road, let’s review what you need to know before you tow. Hitch There are several different classes of trailer hitch, ranging from Class 1… Read more »

Avoiding Summer Tire Failures

With summer rapidly approaching, Americans across the country will be filing into their vehicles for vacations, road trips and sightseeing drives. These can end abruptly, though, due to issues on the road, like tire failures. Make sure that you get where you’re going by following these tips to avoid potential tire blowouts. Inflate Correctly Before… Read more »

Automatic Brakes Are a Go

For the past few years, automatic emergency braking was a feature only found on higher end cars. However, 20 automakers along with the United States Department of Transportation have recently announced that they are going to make it a standard feature in all new cars by September 2022, reports ABC News. Seeing that it is… Read more »