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Can Summer Heat Damage My Battery?

Yes, the heat in our brutal summer months can also drain your vehicle battery. We often think winter is the season when batteries go dead but excessive heat and overcharging shorten the life of a battery. Heat causes battery fluid to evaporate, and that... Read More.

Signs Your Car Has Pothole Damage

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.

Our Recommended Car Maintenance Schedule

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.

Vehicle Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring is finally here.  It's time to prepare for the warm, sunny days ahead by giving your vehicle a thorough cleaning and inspection.  An exterior car wash is a great way to start, but don’t stop there. Follow these tips to ensure you’re ready for spring... Read More.

Regular Vehicle Maintenance to Avoid Costly Repairs

“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.

Is My Car Ready for Summer?

Summer is officially here on June 20th.  Now is the time get outside to enjoy the open road and magnificent views. Being confident in your vehicle's reliability can mean the difference in a fun Summer road trip and a miserable one. Here are some tips for... Read More.

Use an App to Track Your Maintenance

Keeping personal tabs on the work you have done to your car can be a pain. A few of our customers have said they like to keep receipts in the glove compartment so they can look through them when needed, but that's no real... Read More.

Knock Knock – Wrong Octane

Octane. You see the word every time you visit the gas station but what does it mean?  Octane ratings measure fuel's ability to resist engine knock. Engine knock is caused by fuel being ignited by something other than the spark plug.