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Archive for the ‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

Prepare For A Pre-Owned Purchase With These Three Steps

Thursday, July 11th, 2019
Vehicles lined up on a dealership lot

Serious car shoppers know that a successful used vehicle purchase starts with a little groundwork before even setting foot at the dealership. A little due diligence once you land on a particular model is also recommended to be sure you don’t walk away with a lemon. We have listed 3 of our must-do tasks before buying a used car below to help with the process. (more…)

Level Up Your Summer Plans With These Travel Tips

Thursday, June 27th, 2019
Map coffee and water spread out on a table with someone holding a pen

Do your summer plans consist of car travel? We have put together the ultimate list of tips that can make any road trip less stressful and more full of fond memories. Get your summer travel plans started below. (more…)

Which popular minivan is the safest according to the IIHS?

Friday, June 14th, 2019
family with a small child sitting in their car

When it comes to on-road protection, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is the expert in rating vehicles for their safety offerings. Recently, they compared three of the most popular minivans in the segment, the Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey, and Chrysler Pacifica, to see which was best up to the task of safe family travel. (more…)

What can I do to save fuel and improve my efficiency?

Monday, May 20th, 2019
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Vehicle ownership can be expensive and weekly fuel costs add up, especially if you aren’t doing your part to conserve gas. We have listed five of our best tips that explain how to best optimize your fuel economy to save money at the fuel pump below. (more…)

How Many Miles Should I Wait Between Oil Changes?

Monday, April 29th, 2019
Car mechanic pouring oil into an engine

While many drivers still follow the old adage that you should change your oil every 3,000 miles, it isn’t really necessary with most modern vehicles. We break down the guidelines you should be following when it comes to changing your vehicle’s oil below. (more…)

Prepare for Seasonal Hazards With These Driving Dos and Don’ts

Friday, March 29th, 2019
Two people riding in a car in the rain with a foggy windshield

With spring in full swing, many families are getting out to enjoy the new season. While warmer weather is a welcome addition, a few seasonal hazards can make for some dangerous road conditions. Keep reading to learn more about our top driving trips for safe spring road travel below. (more…)

Can I get in trouble for hanging items from my rearview mirror?

Monday, March 25th, 2019
Vehicle dashboard with sunglasses hanging from the rearview mirror

Whether you want to hang an air freshener to keep everything smelling clean or a sentimental item that puts a smile on your face when you hop in the car, you may want to think twice about hanging anything from your rearview mirror. We get a lot of questions about whether or not it is illegal to have objects hanging from your rearview mirror in Texas. We break down the law below. (more…)

What is hydroplaning and how can I prevent it?

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019
Cars on the highway driving during foggy and rainy weather

Hydroplaning is when your vehicle’s tires are riding on top of a layer of water instead of the road. Hydroplaning causes loss of control that can lead to accidents and can happen anytime the roads are damp, even if there are no puddles forming. Learn more about what you should do if your vehicle starts hydroplaning and what you can do to prevent it from happening below. (more…)

How do I know if I’m getting a fair price on my vehicle service?

Friday, March 8th, 2019
mechanic holding wrenches

Car owners with little to no knowledge of vehicle mechanics take a leap of faith every time they head to their local service center. Without that knowledge in hand, it can be really difficult to know if you are receiving fair prices or the correct vehicle services. If you often leave your service appointments wondering if you could have gotten better pricing elsewhere, read our four tips and tricks for securing affordable auto repairs below. (more…)

How To Manage Driving Responsibilities When Things Get Busy

Thursday, February 28th, 2019
Kids and dad hanging their heads out of a car window

Driving kids to and from their daily activities can eat a lot of time out of your day, especially if you have multiple children. To ease the burden, considering organizing a carpool group with other parents in your area. Not only will it help free up some of your time but it will be a great chance for you to get to know other parents in similar phases of life and could help your child become closer with friends that live in the area or like the same activities. Read more about some of our best tips and tricks for carpooling below. (more…)