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Is Your Engine Craving Synthetic Motor Oil?

What tops your engine wish list? High performance? Maximum horsepower? Superior protection from extreme temperatures? Can you have it all? Absolutely! Considering the phenomenal power, speeds and temperatures today's engines push, you're asking a lot from your engine. It's a fact: conventional motor... Read More.

Tire Pressure and the Temperature

Your tires support the weight of your vehicle, right?  Well, actually they don't.  It's the air pressure inside them that actually supports the weight.  Maintaining sufficient air pressure is required if your tires are to provide all of the handling, traction and... Read More.

More Ways to Save Gas Between Pump Visits

We asked some of our customers how they are able to save money by going longer between pump visits. Here are some of the responses we received. Track Your Mileage in Real Time Knowing what your consumption looks like from tank-to-tank is important, but that's really... Read More.

Need A Tune Up? Watch out for these 4 Symptoms!

The terminology in your owner's manual referring to a car tune up is now referred to as "maintenance service." However, the purpose remains the same—to keep your car operating at optimum efficiency and safety. The intervals for this maintenance service (or what many drivers... Read More.

Save Gas Without Driving Less

Driving less doesn’t have to be a consumer’s reaction to rising gas prices, according to the Car Care Council. While consumers can’t control the price of gas, they can control how much gas they use by following some simple and inexpensive vehicle... Read More.

“Green” Driving

When it comes to your individual ability to minimize your impact on the environment, you're in the driver's seat. The choices you make regarding vehicle maintenance and driving style can greatly impact the environmental impact your vehicle may cause. Here are some... Read More.

A Second Life for Your Used Motor Oil

Just two gallons of used motor oil can generate enough electricity to run the average household for almost 24 hours. A surprising fact, especially when you consider the amount of used oil wasted. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that about 185 million gallons... Read More.