There are so many things you can do to improve the performance of your vehicle and ensure its safety as well as its lifespan. Here are some ideas that will help you.
Creating a regular maintenance schedule with the help of your owner’s manual and/or local trusted technician will help you budget and save money. Here are some general guidelines to follow.
It’s always a good idea to have an emergency kit in your car. Especially in the cold Traverse City winter months, you don’t want to get stranded for even an hour or two without some essentials on hand.
Many people in Traverse City and all of Northern Michigan are looking for ways to save money, but getting regular oil changes in your vehicle is something you should never skimp on. Here's how regular oil changes can save you money in the long run.
There are a lot of options when shopping for new tires, and you’ll need more than just the manufacturers recommendations to determine which tire is best for your vehicle.
If you want to maximize your fuel mileage one of the easiest things you can do is keep your tires at optimum tire pressure. But there are more benefits to maintaining the proper tire pressure than just improved mileage.
Perhaps the most obvious indication that you may have a problem is that dreaded “check engine light” glaring at you. However, there are more signs that your engine needs repair.
Ask anyone who owns a set of snow tires and they’ll tell you they make world of difference when driving on the Northern Michigan slippery roads. So, what makes a “snow tire” any different from other tires?
The best way to prevent rust on your car is by properly maintaining it. Here are some simple rust prevention tips that will delay or eliminate the onset of rust and save you money on auto repair.
There is a lot of damage you can do to your vehicle by driving around Traverse City when you are in need of a tire balance. This inexpensive regular auto maintenance can help improve the life of your tires, as well as the rest of your vehicle.
Is your muffler looking a little rusty? Rust can cause exhaust leaks, which can allow deadly carbon monoxide to seep into the passenger cab of your vehicle. 

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