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It’s Time to Check Your Tires!

During the winter, especially around the holidays, many of us will be driving to and from family members and friends homes to celebrate and spend time with one another. When it comes to driving in the rain and snow, it is important that your vehicle’s tires are in top shape to ensure your safety on the road.  With regular use of your vehicle, your tires will start to wear down and lose tread. Your tires may also be forced out of alignment from driving over speed bumps, potholes, or hitting curbs. Tires out of alignment or balance can also cause excessive wear on your tires.  Tires that are bald or worn down are dangerous on the road, and even more so while driving in rain and snow. Without tread, your tires will have a hard time making traction with the road with water, ice, or snow in between your tire and the street. This lack of traction will cause your vehicle to hydroplane, which essentially means that your tires aren’t able to grip the road. Without this g ... read more

Top Vehicle Maintenance Items for Fall

It’s the fall season, and as our weather changes from the hot summer heat to the colder months, it’s time for us as vehicle owners to take charge of our vehicle’s maintenance. For instance, you may have not even realized that your vehicle’s windshield wipers aren’t working properly anymore because you haven’t turned them on in months. Small maintenance items like changing your windshield wipers are important when it comes to making sure your vehicle is prepped and ready for fall and winter weather.  Vehicle maintenance is not only important for your safety on the road - a healthy vehicle will also help save you money over time by allowing you to avoid costly repairs. If your vehicle is well maintained, you won’t be stressing over unexpected breakdowns or major issues that can occur with cars that are in poor health.  When it comes to transitioning from warm to colder months, here are some of the top vehicle maintenance tips that wil ... read more

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