Category: Maintenance

Is it time for new wiper blades?

June 12th, 2019 by

Wiper blades may not be the most exciting topic, but they are pretty important. Most of us have had an experience when a sudden snow or rain storm hits while we’re driving; then when we turn on the wipers – nothing but streaks. This can be especially disconcerting at night when the glare of on-coming

When spring cleaning, don’t forget your car!

March 20th, 2019 by

Winter in New England leaves vehicles looking worse for wear. When the warm weather returns and you start thinking about your spring cleaning list, don’t forget your car. Follow these steps to protect your investment and get ready for those summer road trips. Change your air filters. If you haven’t changed your air filter and

Repair or replace? Do the math!

July 18th, 2018 by

For most people, their car is their second largest investment next to their home. How do you get the best return on your investment? By keeping your car through the ‘Cinderella Era’, the period of time after it’s paid off when your car is still in great shape and needs only modest repairs. Budgeting for

200,000 miles or more: Make your car go the distance

February 8th, 2018 by

“With proper care, many of today’s cars can last 200,000 miles or more,” says Consumer Reports. In addition, “Owners seeking to limit repair costs by trading in their vehicle every three to five years may lose out on thousands of savings.” The key is regular, quality maintenance. When comparing the costs of buying and keeping

It’s COLD Outside. Check Your Tire Pressure!

January 3rd, 2018 by

When was the last time your checked your tire pressure? Did you know that this extreme cold we’ve been experiencing for the last couple of weeks can drastically alter your tire pressure? You may have noticed your TPMS light go on periodically. If this is the case, your tires are probably underinflated even if it