Monthly Archives: February 2022

THREE TIPS TO KEEP YOUR VEHICLE CRUISING INTO SPRING

THREE TIPS TO KEEP YOUR VEHICLE CRUISING INTO SPRING

Although most of us feel like Spring is right around the corner, we still have a few remaining months of cold weather. As an auto repair shop, we field calls on a daily basis with customers who have very similar issues due to the climate we live in. With that, we thought it would be helpful to offer a list of top items to keep an eye on so your vehicle continues to run smoothly throughout the duration of the winter months. ●      Battery Age and Performance: Did you know? Typical battery life in our climate is around 4 years. We check battery performance and age during oil services. If you’re getting to that 4 year mark, give us a call and we can check your battery at no charge. ●      Oil Level and Quality: Engine oil is the most important item for proper engine performance. Making sure oil is clean and full will prevent engine damage and improve cold weather operation ... read more

WITH THE USED CAR MARKET AT AN ALL TIME HIGH, NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST IN YOUR VEHICLE

WITH THE USED CAR MARKET AT AN ALL TIME HIGH, NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST IN YOUR VEHICLE

No matter if we service your daily driver, a vehicle that only hits the pavement during the summer months, or one that needs an overhaul so that it’s extremely safe for your soon-to-be 16 year old – we’re here to answer questions, solve problems and to provide continued expert advice that supports your overall car repair & maintenance goals. As we reflect on 2021, we want to leave you with a bit of insight... Due to an ongoing disruption in the global supply chain and an uptick in demand, the new and used car markets have experienced an unprecedented surge in prices. What does this mean for you? As used vehicle prices continue to increase, we believe now more than ever, it is worth taking a moment to re-evaluate your higher mileage vehicles by taking the necessary steps to invest in their longevity. Alternatively, now is not the time to pay inflated prices on a new or newer-to-you vehicle. If you find yourself asking the question, is it worth keeping my current ... read more