Category: Car Care Tips

Extend the Life of Your Tires and Save Money

November 12th, 2017 by

As much as we’d love to sell you a new set of tires, it’s better to make the ones you have last as long as possible. That’s why we’re dedicated today’s blog entry to extending the life of your tires. If you follow these three easy mainteneance steps, you’ll maximize their life and save money

Get Ready for Back to School

August 21st, 2017 by

Did you hear that? It’s the sound of alarm clocks being set for the first day of school! Summer break is over and it’s time to grab the backpacks and ship them off to school. Here are some tips to help you have a smooth send off! Get Ready the Night Before The night before

5 Steps to Getting the Most out of Your Tires

September 20th, 2016 by

When it comes to tires, sometimes we forget just how important they are. Here in the mid-atlantic, we’re lucky to get to fully experience all four seasons! Now that summer is over, it’s time to get your car ready for fall and winter! While you should get your entire car inspecting following your summer of

Is It Time For Your Virginia State Inspection?

July 12th, 2016 by

Here in Virginia, we’re no strangers to state safety inspections. In fact, VA is one of only 12 states in the country that mandate an annual state inspection. Are you new to VA or wondering what the difference is between the safety inspection and emissions testing? Look no further! New to Virginia? Welcome! We hope

Helpful Tips for your Car in Wet Weather

March 2nd, 2016 by

Now the Old Man Winter seems to be on his way out, it’s about time for spring showers here in Springfield! Just because there’s no snow or ice doesn’t mean that precautions shouldn’t be taken. Here are several tips and reminders to help you stay safe in messy weather. Wet Weather Maintenance Check the tread

You’re Not Using the Right Gas in Your Car

November 30th, 2014 by

When you pull your car up to the gas station to fuel up, which type of gas do you choose? Most gas stations nowadays carry three main types of gasoline (not including diesel): Regular, Midgrade and Premium. Now be honest, are you just always choosing the cheapest, regular gas option to fuel up your automobile?