Here is a link to more details about tread depth.
Hope you are getting ready for this up coming season that will be here before we can say “winter”.
It’s that time of year again. Yep, time to get ready to head back to school! It can be a crazy time, even for the most organized person. For many, it will include buying new clothes, school supplies, and backpacks. … Continue reading →
The engines for our newer vehicles continues to change. Which means that the routine maintenance they require continues to change as well. Manufacturers and consumers have seen big changes in fuel economy, mileage and engine power for today’s vehicles. … Continue reading →
A spring road trip… here we come! Many of us are ready to take a spin out of town when spring weather arrives each year. The Car Care Council has published the results of a nationwide survey of … Continue reading →
Holiday traveling is something many of us look forward to. Unfortunately too many people forget about their car until the last minute. Ugh! Glad you are thinking ahead and preparing your car for the holiday travel; whether it be for … Continue reading →
Congratulations! Nothing wrong with driving a higher-mileage vehicle. The median age of a vehicle on the road today is 11 years. Most cars can go for 200,000-250,000 miles or more with proper maintenance. Pre-purchase Inspection Did you have a repair … Continue reading →
We recommend to inspect your vehicle once a month. This will help keep tabs on any issues that you can see. It’s a good idea to take some notes on what you see. Write down your mileage as well. Is … Continue reading →
April is Car Care Month. The entire month is dedicated to vehicle maintenance and getting ready for Summer! Mother Nature, did you hear that word, SUMMER? Despite the weather outside, summer-like temperatures will be here before we know it. Will … Continue reading →
A transfer case is found in vehicles that have 4-wheel drive, all wheel drive or multi-axle vehicles. It makes sure you have power available for both the front and rear axles. The transfer case fluid cools and lubricates the gears and other … Continue reading →