A new year brings a fresh start in many aspects of life, and your car maintenance routine should be no exception. Regular upkeep is crucial for extending the lifespan of your vehicle, improving safety, and optimizing performance. The dawn of a new year is... Read More.
As we usher in a new year, we're all eager to hit the road running—both metaphorically and literally. But, what happens when you turn your car's ignition key and are met with a dismal click instead of the familiar engine roar? Well, a dead... Read More.
Picture this: You're driving down the road, listening to your favorite podcast when suddenly, a dashboard warning light flickers on. Your initial instinct might be to ignore it, especially if your car seems to be running just fine. However, ignoring these warning signs can... Read More.
Winter is just around the corner, and it's not just your wardrobe that needs to adapt to the chilly weather—your car does too. Snow, ice, and cold temperatures pose unique challenges for driving, from slippery roads to decreased visibility. Therefore, it's essential to ensure... Read More.
You've likely heard the phrase "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," and when it comes to maintaining your vehicle, truer words have never been spoken. One commonly overlooked but critical form of prevention is tire rotation. Regularly rotating your tires... Read More.
Your car is filled with “normal-wear” items like tires and belts. These components are designed to wear out over time. Brakes fall into this category as well. With use, they will eventually wear out and you’ll need to have them replaced. It’s just a... Read More.
A pothole can be your car’s worst enemy. These holes or pits on a road’s surface can seriously damage a vehicle’s ride control system. If you do drive over a pothole, have your car’s shocks or struts checked to make sure they aren’t damaged. Shocks and... Read More.
Remembering to keep up with your car’s scheduled maintenance can be difficult, especially because every car is different. When should your oil, coolant, spark plugs or air filters be changed? When should you have your timing belt, brakes and transmission serviced? All of this... Read More.
“Pay now or pay later” may be an annoying cliche, but it really is true when it comes to maintaining your vehicle. If you don’t handle routine vehicle maintenance issues today, you are most definitely going to have something to pay down the road, and it will... Read More.
Vehicle manufacturers make much of the fact that their products come equipped with extended-life spark plugs that can maintain a precise gap for 100,000 miles. However, before you wait that long to replace them, you should bear in mind that spark plugs that hit... Read More.