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Back to School Vehicle Care

September 4th, 2013 by

On occasion we come across media already published to the internet that we consider relevant content.  Rather than re-invent the wheel, we’re happy to give credit where it’s due.  In this case, Advance Auto Parts has done a nice job of explaining some important tips on how to assure your vehicle’s ready for Back to

Rain in October has a way of…

October 14th, 2011 by

…becoming ice in November.  It’s much easier to navigate the roads when you’re prepared.  This time of year that begins with selecting the correct wiper blades for your vehicle. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s639VTyA4OE&feature=related] If you’re gonna drive, bottom line, you’ve got to be able to see!  As this educational piece (generously provided by Rain-X) explains further, having a

Don’t blink…

July 28th, 2011 by

Summer is here but fading fast.  You may find it hard to believe given our latest heat wave, but it’s true – August is right around the corner.  Before long you might be ushering your young ones to school or child care, stopping on low traffic side streets to take in the majestic colors of

Possible to go 5-6 months between service?

January 10th, 2011 by

(Part 2 of 2 – covering engine oil types/facts) Different variations of this question are asked on a fairly regular basis, but almost always the same answer applies:  Depends, not usually. There are enough variables in properly caring for your vehicle that prolonging the time between routine service is inadvisable at best, and potentially harmful

CES / SES / CEL unpacked

December 28th, 2010 by

Oil change interval blog entry still forthcoming.  So as to keep things moving, it has occurred to us lately that several people have asked questions about another matter: Check Engine Soon / Service Engine Soon / Check Engine Light These are all one in the same, for the most part, and there certainly are other