Ten Reasons to Invest in an Annual Car “Physical”

Your vehicle is running fine. So why bother taking it in for an inspection? A lot of reasons! 1. Cut repair costs. Discovering a worn component before it creates major problems can save big money. 2. Safety. A poorly maintained vehicle can drive you into a serious accident. 3. Better performance. This translates to improved

Mirror, Mirror

You've probably seen them lying around at the side of the road: someone's outside sideview mirror that's been knocked off by a driver’s not-so-perfect driving. And you realize the person who owns that vehicle now has lost an important safety feature. Having functional mirrors enhances your safety and that of drivers around you. You probably

Trust your nose: 10 vehicle warning signs you can smell

Lots of people enjoy that “new car smell”, but there are other smells you may notice coming from your vehicle that can be a sign of a serious and potentially costly issue. By having the source of any odors investigated promptly you can avoid an unexpected breakdown or more extensive repairs down the road. Gasoline

Maintain your vehicle, even when it sits idle

With much of the country under stay-at-home orders for at minimum another month, a lot of us are working from home, shopping even more on Amazon than before, and getting groceries delivered whenever possible. Those fuel savings are welcome to the budget right now, but when your vehicle sits idle for too long, the battery

Ignite engine performance with a spark plug check

That little engine part called the spark plug performs a huge job in delivering a vehicle's power, performance, dependability and fuel efficiency and should be replaced periodically. "Spark plugs are one of the hardest working parts of a vehicle. A spark plug can fire 400 times per minute per cylinder or 1,600 times a minute