Friday, February 20, 2015

Be Careful this Winter

Winter is a tough time to have car problems. Being stuck on the side of the road in winter conditions is definitely not fun. Here are a few tips to better prepare you for winter problems.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Traveling with a Dog

Are you planning on traveling with a dog this year? Here are some vital tips to keep your dog and your vehicle safe on the road this season.

Monday, February 2, 2015

Tricks to Max Out Your MPG when Traveling

Traveling is always rough on your wallet. Here are a few tips to help increase your miles per gallon and help lighten the cost of your next trip.

Friday, January 2, 2015

Road Trip Check Up

Before you start any road trip, even a short one, follow this 10 minute vehicle checkup guide to make sure your vehicle is ready to tackle the road. There is nothing worse than running into car problems during a trip.

Friday, December 19, 2014

How to Successfully Jump a Car

Have you ever experienced that sinking feeling when you get in your car, slip the key into the ignition, turn the key, and then nothing happens. No noise, no lights, and no ignition. Your battery was dead. We are all only human. Sometimes we leave the headlights on and sometimes we leave the dome light on. Accidents happen. But, when you are faced with a dead battery, it is best to be prepared so you can be back on your merry way with only a small inconvenience.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Temperature Change and Tire Inflation

Autumn is a time of change. More specifically, autumn temperatures rise and fall pretty rapidly. As we go from summer to winter, fall temperatures undergo some pretty severe drops. There are many things to watch out for when temperatures change. Today we are going to talk about how temperatures affect tire inflation.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Tips to Combat Overheating While Driving

A car overheating is always a scary sight, especially while on a road trip. Most cars do not overheat very often so when they do overheat, they can cause quite the shock to the system. If you notice your temperature gauge rising while you are driving, it is best to know all the tips and tricks to help get the temperature gauge out of the red and back to normal. Here are some tips and tricks to do just that: combat overheating.