Tire Care Tips

Tire Care Tips

Be sure to check your tire pressure regularly, and keep it at the recommended level. This is usually found in your owner’s manual, the doorpost or your glove compartment.

Remember that the over-inflation of your tires is just as dangerous as underinflation. This can cause any of the following to occur…

Uneven tread wear

Weaken your tires

Reduce traction

Impact gas usage

Remember to rotate and balance your tires as recommended by your car’s manufacturer.

Road Trip Tips

Road Trip Tips

Long-distance driving can put undue wear and tear on your car. The following tips will ensure you and your car make it to your destination!

Check fluid levels, including motor oil, radiator fluid, transmission fluid, and windshield wiper fluid.

Check the air filter which keeps dirt and debri from your engine. This will ensure a smoother more stable ride.

Keep an emergency kit in the trunk. The kit should include: first aid supplies, jumper cables, a flashlight, fresh batteries, flares, basic tools, duct tape, gloves, flares and a mobile phone.

Check the pressure and wear and tear on the tires.

Check the headlights, tailights, parking lights and license plate lights and turn signal lights.

Check your wiper blades.

Car care tips

Car care tips

Car Care Tips

Extend the life of your car with these tips.

Follow these simple car care tips to ensure a long life for your vehicles.

  • Choose the right gasoline. Check your owners manual or speak to one of our expert mechanics for advice on the right gasoline.
  • Keep tires properly inflated.
  • Try to drive under the speed limit. The faster you drive the more fuel your car consumes.
  • Talk to us about checking and changing your oil filter
  • Have the oil in your car changed every 3 months or every 3,000 miles whichever comes first.