Category: Car Care Tips

How to Prepare Your Headlights for Your Next Road Trip

December 15th, 2017 by

Doing some traveling during the holiday season and thinking about that long drive ahead? Preparing your vehicle for travel can be stressful, but ensuring your car is equipped for the mystery travel holds is important! Often overlooked, headlights can make or break your road trip. Especially since the winter months bring shorter days and more

Heat and how it Can affect Your Car

July 19th, 2017 by

Summer is in full swing! Many things that the high heat and sun can do affect your car are not good. Not only does summer mean heat but also road trips. Having your car inspected during these high temps is crucial to help you avoid some common car problems due to heat. You also need

5 Most Common Vehicle Failures

December 23rd, 2016 by

While you never want to be stranded on the side of the road, winter is probably the least desirable time to have this happen. And although there will always be unavoidable, unfortunate events, we’ve compiled a list of the five most common vehicle failures and how you can prevent them! 1. Check Engine Light An

Gearing Up for Spring

March 30th, 2016 by

It’s time to say goodbye to Winter and hello to Spring! We know you and your family and friends are planning tons of awesome adventures to go on this year. Get ahead of the game and begin preparing your car for a safe and successful season of exploring the open roads. Here are five helpful

Leather Care For Your Car

March 11th, 2016 by

Whether you’re restoring a vintage model or keeping your daily driving vehicle in tip-top-shape, maintaining your car’s interior is must. Leather seats are not only a clean, classic look, they’re durable and maintainable if you’re willing to put in just a little bit of time. Here are some tips to keep your leather seats looking

4 Tips to Keep Animals Out of Your Car

December 2nd, 2015 by

As the temperatures start to drop, wild animals are busy searching for any type of shelter they can find that is safe and warm. To them, your car seems like the perfect home for the winter. There are many different hiding places that animals can crawl in to. Many animals find solace in the warm

5 Tips For Preserving Your Car Battery

October 22nd, 2015 by

Many drivers don’t realize that their battery is in poor condition until they try to go to work in the morning. Your vehicle’s battery condition should be properly maintained and monitored at all times. There are ways for drivers to help preserve their car battery so they can avoid an untimely dead battery. Drivers can

5 Tips & Tricks to Keep Your Car’s Transmission Healthy

June 30th, 2015 by

Automatic transmission issues can take place in numerous forms. Each symptom can have a number of probable causes, some involving extensive repairs and some only needing an alteration or minimal service. Here are some simple precautions you can take to keep your transmission in tip-top shape. 1. Schedule routine maintenance. This is vital to the

Is Your Car’s Air Conditioning Ready for Summer?

June 30th, 2015 by

You’ve got your grill fired up, your pool gear ready and your beach trips planned, but is your car as ready for the warm summer weather as you are? You vehicle’s air conditioning doesn’t get much use over the winter months, so many people will find upon firing it up that it isn’t working the

Green Driving Tips to Celebrate Earth Day 2015

April 20th, 2015 by

Earth Day is almost here once again, April 22, and many people are thinking about how they can participate this year. Many people understand the importance of recycling, but not as many know how much of an impact our cars have on the environment! On this Earth Day, everyone should make it a point to