Category: How To

Do’s and Don’ts of Driving in the Snow

December 13th, 2017 by

The snow has arrived. Do you know what to do if you need to drive in wintery conditions? Check out these do’s and don’ts of driving in the snow.   DON’T:   Go out unprepared. Long before the first snowfall, have an emergency kit, ice scraper, and salt or kitty litter in the trunk ready

How to: Detail Your Car at Summer’s End

September 27th, 2017 by

Have summer trips left your car looking a little worse for wear? Keeping your car clean isn’t purely for comfort and aesthetics. Regular detailing will keep rust at bay and make your interior last longer, extending your vehicle’s life and protecting its value. Right after the weather extremes of summer and winter are perfect times

Take the Penny Test

July 5th, 2017 by

Do you know how old your tires are? Do you know when they were last inspected? As the only contact between you and the road, your tires play the leading role in your car’s ability to start, maneuver, and stop. You trust your safety to them every day. Worn tires—especially bald ones—can be deadly on wet

Eliminate your blind spot!

May 24th, 2017 by

Many of us have had a close call or two from not being able to see what is in our blind spot while driving. Traditional wisdom recommends you adjust your side view mirrors until a portion of the door of your car is visible, figures 2 and 5 below. Notice how the red car is