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Why Should I Have my Steering & Suspension Maintained

admin Auto Maintenance Jun.17.2015

The steering and suspension systems of a car are not only important for safety reasons but also to enhance the comfort of your car's ride. The two systems are directly related to each other, which is why they are often referred to together.
 
Improvements in steering and suspension systems, increased strength and durability of components, and advances in tire design and construction have made large contributions to riding comfort and to safe driving in recent years.
 

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Why Do I Need Spring Car Service?

admin Auto Maintenance May.21.2015

With the winter ending, most people aren’t thinking about their cars needing maintenance as the risk for getting caught in the cold has diminished. However spring and summer have their own strains they put on your car. Spring is the perfect time to ready your ride for upcoming road trips and the extreme heat of summer.

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Spring Tire rebates are back... Learn how we make them work better

admin Auto Maintenance Mar.14.2015

Everyone is familiar with the whole world of mail in rebates. They look good and you do get your money back but only when you do the work - after the fact. How many times have you made a purchase motivated by the idea that you would receive x number of dollars back. But when push came to shove, you never seemed to get around to taking the time to actually send it in and get your money back. 

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Winter is Here, Learn one Way to Protect Your Car

admin Auto Maintenance Feb.16.2015

Make certain the antifreeze will protect your car at the winter temperatures you'll experience in your area. For most areas, you'll need a 50-50 mix of coolant to water. You may think, "I'll be extra good to my car, and give it 100% coolant." Guess what? You're wrong. The 50-50 mix has a lower freezing point. Not only that, but 100% coolant is less able to transfer heat away from your engine, and has been known to cause such nasty things as melted spark plugs of engine failure under the wrong circumstances.So, mix it up!

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