Blog

Keep Your Family Safe by Taking Care of Your Vehicle's Brakes

Don't wait until it's too late to get your brakes serviced. Your vehicle's brakes are a crucial component in staying safe while driving on the road. It is the nature of brakes to wear out eventually and when they do, they will need to be replace. Until then, know the signs to look out for that will alert you that your brakes are failing. These signs include:

read more
Categories:

Preparing Your Car for Fall

Summer is coming to a close soon and that means now is a great time to prepare your car for fall. Preparing for fall isn't going to be as intense as preparing for winter, but there are some things you should have done to your car in order for it to run at its most efficient this fall. Including:

read more
Categories:

Driving Safely in a Traffic Jam

Traffic jams are one of the things many people dislike about driving. It causes anxiety and can change the mood of the driver. Although we hate being stuck in traffic this is a time where you have to pay extra attention to the road and how you're driving. Following these safe driving tips will get you out of traffic unscathed.

read more
Categories:

Protect Your Backseat Passengers

Many of us ride with passengers in the backseat, mainly children. It's the safest place for children to ride, but you still need to be proactive in protecting both children and adults who ride in the backseat.

Here are some tips to reduce the risk of harm for your backseat passengers:

read more
Categories:

Tips for Lowering Your Car Insurance

If you're in the market for car insurance you should be aware of what influences your rate and what you can do to make sure you're getting the lowest rate. Gender, age, and driving record are a few of the factors that determine your insurance rate.

Some factors you can't change, but there are things you can do to lower your rate. We've come up with some tips that will help you get the best rate possible on your car insurance.

These tips include:

read more
Categories:

Reasons to Keep Up on Your Vehicle's Oil Changes

The motor oil in your vehicle probably does a lot more than you think it does. It perhaps handles more tasks than any other fluid you put in your vehicle. Some of the most important jobs of motor oil is to lubricate the engines moving parts, cool engine components, and keep the engine clean. We have compiled a list of reasons for you to stay on top your oil changes:

read more
Categories:

The Best Place to buy a Pre-Owned Vehicle

When you start looking for a pre-owned vehicle, you might quickly realize that there are more options than you expected. After looking through an endless number of websites, remember that the most trusted place to find a pre-owned vehicle is a dealership.

read more
Categories:

Safe Driving Tips for Your Teen

Summer is here, which means fun in the sun and memorable vacations for most. But, did you know that summer is the most dangerous season for teen drivers? With school ending it's the perfect time to drive to a friend's house or hit the mall. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day is the deadliest for drivers age 15-20.

Here are a few tips to keep your teen driver safe this summer:

read more
Categories:

Inspecting Your Car For Tire Rotation

Typically we look at the manufacturer's manual to see when we need to do tire rotation. This is a good checkpoint, but it may not be accurate each time. This is because each car is different, and so is each ride and each driver.

You may be in the habit of speeding and need to brake a lot. Or else you take a busy road each day, forcing you to brake a number of times while driving. All this is going to impact your tires.

Bring your car to us, and we would get a professional to look over…
read more
Categories:

Know The Best Time To Change Your Car Battery

Is your car battery on the way out or is it still in good shape and will last long into the future? This is a question it can be difficult to answer for the majority who often have no idea their car battery is not performing well before it is too late and a vehicle does not crank when you try and start it. A simple way of spotting if your car battery is damaged or reaching the end of its working life is to look for the check engine light in any vehicle and bringing your car to our…
read more
Categories: