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Seven Ways to Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter

November is here and winter is upon us. As you brace yourself for dropping temperatures and snow falls, don’t forget that your vehicle needs to be prepared for winter, too.  Wondering how to prepare your vehicle for winter? Think about preventative maintenance and consider stowing items in your car so you’ll be prepared for emergencies. … Continued

October is Fall Car Care Month

Fall Car Care Month is the perfect time to make sure that your car is ready for winter and current on all maintenance and repair needs. Basic auto service and repairs can go a long way in improving the safety and dependability of your car. Does Your Car Know Something You Don’t? In celebration of … Continued

Five Ways to Improve Fall Driving Visibility & Safety

To assure you can see clearly while driving, be sure to take a few minutes to clear off your vehicle – especially at the base of the windshield and other crevices where debris may accumulate. Here are five more things you can do to assure clear visibility while driving so you and your passengers will … Continued

5 Driving Tips for New Drivers

With back-to-school season here, there are lots of new drivers out on the road. This is such an exciting time for new drivers, but there are definitely safety factors you need to consider before you hit the road. To all the parents and guardians out there, here are a few driving tips for new drivers: … Continued

Signs You Just Might Need a New Car

Nothing lasts forever and that includes your car too. Regardless of how well you care for our vehicle, it’ll eventually be time for a replacement vehicle. And when that time does come, here are several signs to look out for: Major Repair Is Needed. Consider the worth of your vehicle and whether this necessary repair is … Continued

Popular Roadside Assistance Options

Found yourself stranded on the side of the road with no one close to call? Roadside assistance is there to help you when your friends and family are unable to. As long as you have your phone or a roadside assistance button built into your car, you’ll be able to get the help you need.  … Continued

Five Items Every Vehicle Owner Should Have

Emergency situations are very hard to predict. That’s why it’s better to be prepared in the case that one arises.  From something as big as a car accident to as small as having a dead phone in an unfamiliar place, here are a few items that will help you out in a pinch: Spare tire. … Continued

Five Tips for Preparing Your Vehicle for Off-Roading

As the weather keeps warming up, outdoor activities will be rising in popularity. These spring activities can include hiking, backpacking, camping, offroading, and so much more!  Offroading can be very strenuous on your vehicle, so you should take the necessary actions to prepare your vehicle for some added fun.  Here are a few tips from … Continued

Clear Ways to Improve Driving Visibility

This time of year can bring about a lot of visibility issues. Whether it’s the weather – snow, rain or ice, the increased fog this time of year, and even falling debris like rocks and trees. There is plenty to lookout for. In terms of your vehicle’s equipment, there are important maintenance tasks you need … Continued

Tips for Driving Safely in Dense Fog

As the temperature starts to drop in the United States, there will likely be more days where you experience thick fog during your morning commute or late night drives.  Read our latest blog to learn more. We want you to stay safe so please practice extra caution when driving in these conditions. The safest tip … Continued