Avoid Tire Blowouts: What to Look For

A few quick tricks on what to look, listen and feel for can help keep your tires alive longer. Knowing what to look for can prevent any major blow-outs leaving you stranded on the side of the road. Keep the Pressure Up Inflate inflate inflate! Always keep your tires inflated to the manufacturer recommended PSI … read more

Your Questions Answered!

Frequently Asked Questions   Below we’ve compiled your questions. These are the most commonly asked questions, and we believe the best way to retain our customers is through gaining your trust by giving the most in-depth information available possible! How do you keep from getting ripped off? Great Question! To better answer this question we’ve … read more

Tips on Maintaining Your Vehicle

Whether you’ve purchased a new car, or the car is just new to you. Congratulations! There’s nothing like getting a new set of wheels. You’ll want to keep your car looking and running good for years to come, and the best way to do that is through good old fashioned upkeep. Here are a few … read more

What Do These Pesky Dashboard Lights Mean? Can they be ignored?

Most of us at one point or another has had a light come on their dashboard and we’ve either been very worried by it, or maybe ignored it until there was time to see our local mechanic. Well, worry no further! We are here to provide you with the most important and most common errors … read more

Beware of “Sliders,” and No, Not the Mini Burgers!

You may have heard sliders in reference to adorable bite sized burgers served at your local pub, but the sliders we are referring to are much more menacing than a stomach ache. Sliders, or even Gliders, as they authorities are calling them, are purse thieves that primarily target women, traveling alone, who aren’t paying attention … read more

Winterizing Guide for Californians

Winterizing Guide for Californians Do I really need to winterize my car, even though it doesn’t snow here? The short answer is yes! Cold temperatures make it more difficult for an engine to work properly. Rain, especially in times of drought, limit traction grip for your tires. When it only rains sporadically this makes the … read more