Summer driving is here now and it's time to check your A/C before you need it. Sitting in traffic when temperatures soar without a properly functioning air conditioning (A/C) system is the last place most drivers want to be. To help avoid this uncomfortable situation, the non-profit Car Care Council recommends that motorists be car care aware and have their A/C system checked annually to make sure it is working at peak performance when they need it most.
There is no greater service than to protect our men, women, and children with selfless acts of courage and stepping up to provide a wall of safety for those you do not personally know. Our military does that every day with no thought to what they may have to sacrifice only that they feel led to do so and while we do not know all of their names on Memorial Day we do take the opportunity to thank them as a whole and individually. What they do is amazing, courageous, and personally here we honor them.
Thank you for protecting our values, our families, our business, our homes, our country.
After a season of bad weather when the sun comes out and it gets warmer, motorists will see more potholes on the roadways and avoiding them can be a real challenge. IF you hit a pothole there are a couple of things you can watch for to see if your vehicle has been damaged.
True or false: Until your vehicle is out-of-warranty, it must be serviced by the new car dealer or the factory warranty will be void. Although you may have answered “true,” the correct answer is “false.” We CAN SERVICE your vehicle if it is under warranty right here at our shop where you can get fast service and highly trained technicians! We'd love to take care of it for you.
It’s the law that independent repair shops can provide the services to maintain your new car warranty. Consumers are protected by the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, enforced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which prohibits a manufacturer from voiding the vehicle warranty because service was done by a non-dealer.
Things change, including the way we use our cars, how we drive them and the condition of our roads. Although normal driving is defined as steady driving in non-extreme weather or environments, for most motorists today, being a severe driver is more the rule than the exception. Severe driving refers to:
- Stop-and-go traffic
- Short commutes
- Heavier loads: cargo, passenger or towing a trailer
- Rough or mountainous roads
- Dusty or salty environments
- Driving in extremely hot or cold weather