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”.
Below are 3 nightmare car issues that can easily be avoided. Halloween spookiness is all in fun EXCEPT when it comes to car problems. We hope your only scares this Halloween come from ghosts and goblins knocking at your door. … Continue reading →
The wind sure is a howling this morning! So many leaves have fallen these past couple of days. With more average temperatures expected this week, maybe we can get in some fall walks. What do you think about the … Continue reading →
Are you wondering what that burnt rubber smell could be? Anytime you smell something out of the ordinary, have that smell checked right away. Rely on Your Senses Always rely on your senses every time you are driving your car. … Continue reading →
How many of these famous movie cars can you remember? I got 6/12 with some good luck. Click or copy and paste the link below to take the quiz. Good luck! quizpug.com/can-you-remember-these-famous-movie-cars/ … Continue reading →
Yes. Using a rebuilt engine can have its benefits. Many people think that when their vehicle has major engine damage that their only option is to buy a new one. A rebuilt engine could be a better choice. It’s a … Continue reading →
Why pay for diagnostics? It’s a question many of us have asked ourselves. This Car Care Aware video will answer that question in a simple comparative way. … Continue reading →
Question: What was the first car fitted with an alternator, rather than a direct current dynamo (a type of electric generator)? Answer: The first car with an alternator was the Plymouth Valiant in 1960. Alternators had … Continue reading →
Here are the Car Care Council’s winter tips #4-6. Here is the link for Tips #1-3: https://bobsautolax.com/winter-car-care-tips-1-3/ Northwest Iowa is expecting 40% chance of snowfall THIS Friday! Just saying…. get your car ready for … Continue reading →
Welcome to October! Yesterday sure was a warm and humid day for September 30th. It’s hard to believe winter is just around the corner. Last year, we had measurable snow fall on October 14th! With that in mind, here … Continue reading →