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Archive for the ‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

Why does my steering wheel shake when I drive?

Friday, February 8th, 2019
Man with his hands on a steering wheel

Changes in your vehicle’s handling and ride performance can signal trouble under the hood. If you experience differences in your performance like a shaking steering wheel while driving at high speeds or shaking when braking that wasn’t there before, it’s time to head to your trusted service center for a tune-up. What’s causing the shaking? We outline 2 of the most common causes of steering wheel vibrations and shaking below. (more…)

The Dangers of Leaving Your Vehicle Running while Refueling

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019
Refueling Vehicle at Gas Pump

With the winter months bringing cold weather across the United States, it can be tempting to leave that engine running while refueling so you can return to a toasty warm vehicle. Maybe you came across one of those “TURN OFF ENGINE” signs at the pump and wondered if the sternness is really necessary. If this is you, you’re in the right place. Read on to learn why you shouldn’t leave your car running while pumping gas. (more…)

How To Limit Driver Distractions For Safer Road Travel

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
Woman in a hat driving a car

In today’s world of constant connection, sitting behind the wheel of a car with little access to a cell phone can prove difficult for many drivers. Calls, texts, music, and GPS services are a large draw and one of the reasons that cell phone use is one of the largest causes of distracted driving. Are you interested in kicking the habit? Find our top 5 tips and tricks for reducing distractions while driving below. (more…)

Can I replace my car’s windshield wiper fluid myself?

Thursday, December 13th, 2018
water drops on a car windshield

While there are many vehicle maintenance items you should leave to the pros, a few are easy enough to tackle yourself like changing your own windshield washer fluid. Find a step-by-step guide for how to add more washer fluid to your vehicle below. (more…)

How do I know when my brake pads need changing?

Friday, December 7th, 2018
Mechanic working on brakes

Your brake system is made up of brake pads, a rotor, and calipers. When one or more of these parts start to wear or malfunction, your brake system cannot perform optimally putting you, your passengers, and other drivers at risk. Read more about the top 3 warning signs that you need a brake repair or replacement below. (more…)

How To Stay Safe During Busy Holiday Traffic

Friday, November 30th, 2018
family of four sticking their heads out of a vehicle window and waving

The 2018 holiday driving season promises to be a busy one thanks to low gas prices throughout the country. We have a handful of holiday driving safety tips that will help you battle busy holiday traffic and stay safe. Keep reading. (more…)

Video: Step-By-Step Guide To Jump Start Your Car

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018
Man looking under the hood of a car that is parked on the side of a road

While proper vehicle maintenance can help car owners to avoid most unexpected car troubles, eventually all drivers will experience a breakdown or loss of power. If you find yourself stuck with a dead battery, find a step-by-step instructional video for how to jump-start your car below. Once you jump start your car, it’s a good idea to head straight to your local service center so they can test your battery to see if you need a replacement. If you don’t head straight to the service center, it’s important that you drive around for at least 20 minutes so your battery can charge and you aren’t left stranded the next time you stop your car. (more…)

Tips and Tricks for Getting Rid of Bumper Stickers With No Damage

Tuesday, October 16th, 2018
White hatchback filled completely with bumper stickers

Whether you inherited a car filled with dad’s old bumper stickers or you want to clean things up before selling, trying to peel an old bumper sticker off the back of your car can be frustrating if you don’t know the right tricks and using sharp objects like a razor blade to scrape it away can damage your paint. Find 3 easy ways to remove old bumper stickers without causing damage to your car below. (more…)

Car Essentials You Should Never Leave Home Without

Friday, September 28th, 2018
family with a small child sitting in their car

While we are normally in favor of keeping the number of stored items in a car to a minimum, there are a few things that we think drivers should always be sure to bring along. Find out what we think are the 5 essential items you should always have stored in your vehicle below. (more…)

Booster and Car Seat Guidelines for Child Passengers

Monday, September 24th, 2018
Baby sleeping in a car seat

This week is Child Passenger Safety Week, and that means now is a perfect time to brush up on your child safety seat information to ensure you are following all current guidelines. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is a great place to find current information relating to the proper installation of car and booster seats as well as age-related restrictions, car seat comparisons, car seat registration and more. (more…)