• Add Your Vehicle to Spring Forward Safety Checklist

    Wednesday 07 March 2018

    Spring is here and its arrival means warmer weather, more hours of daylight and spring break travel. As you set your clocks forward on March 11, and plan to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, take a few steps to make sure your vehicle is safe and road-trip ready, says the non-profit Car Care Council. Check that all interior and exterior lighting is working properly and replace worn wiper blades so you can see clearly when driving at night and during spring showers. Check the tires... read more

  • Potholes: They're Back and They're Bad

    Wednesday 21 February 2018

    Potholes have returned, and hitting one with your car can do a real number on tires, wheels, steering and suspension, and alignment. To help determine if hitting a pothole has damaged your vehicle, the Car Care Council reminds you to watch for these warning signs: Loss of control, swaying when making routine turns, bottoming out on city streets or bouncing excessively on rough roads are indicators that the steering and suspension may have been damaged. The steering and suspension are key safety... read more

  • Pets Pose a Threat to Driver Safety

    Wednesday 14 February 2018

    There are countless measures that motorists take to ensure that their driving is safe. Between staying on top of auto repair aspects, such as wheel alignment or a brake service, and implementing new technologies to aid in emergency situations, drivers spend a lot of time and money to stay secure on the road. However, one unlikely suspect may be posing a threat to all of their efforts: Pets. According to the AAA Newsroom, the American Pet Products Association reported tha... read more

  • 8 Signs Your Car Has Pothole Damage

    Wednesday 31 January 2018

    A pothole can be your car’s worst enemy. These holes or pits on a road’s surface can seriously damage a vehicle’s ride control system. If you do drive over a pothole, have your car’s shocks or struts checked to make sure they aren’t damaged. Shocks and struts control how vehicles ride and handle. The shock absorbers or struts act as a cushion to dampen the bouncing action of a car’s springs. The springs absorb the road bumps; without them, the vehicle would... read more

  • New Year, New You, Used Car - Tips on Buying a Used Car in the New Year

    Wednesday 24 January 2018

    For many people, buying a used car as a woman once ranked right up there with a dentist visit.  However, today times have changed, and the process of buying a used car doesn't have to be as horrific as it used to be.  Today, women are informed consumers who hold the family purse-strings and have armed themselves with all the available information to make a used car purchase experience far less stressful.  Today, we're going to bring you our top tips on buying a used car in... read more