Automotive Driving Tips for Northern California Drivers
Fall is a great time to make sure your vehicles paint is prepared to handle the wet weather
Keeping your vehicle clean makes you feel good, but cleaning your vehicle now before the wet weather hits will pay dividends for you too.
Fall is a good time to clean up your car so that winter’s mess doesn’t land on top of the summer’s dead bugs, bird droppings, and tree sap. A good vehicle wash will help to remove the debris and accumulated acidic environmental deposits that can harm your vehicles paint. If you have really stubborn debris, using a clay bar can help remove the debris that has embedded itself into the top paint layer.
Once you have a clean vehicle surface, you can apply a layer of protection by using a car wax or polish to keep your car’s finish looking new. The added layer of protection will make cleaning the winter dirt and grime easier too!
By government mandate, facilities that maintain and repair vehicles are considered essential services even during the coronavirus pandemic. Some facilities may decide to run on shorter hours or skeleton staff even close temporarily so it’s important to call your repair shop to know their schedules.Read More
Thinking of buying a new car for your folks? You need to keep in mind that senior drivers and those with limited mobility require a vehicle designed to cater to their special needs.Read More
You may have survived the slippery roads in winter, but spring presents a unique challenge to many motorists. Remember, springtime can bring rain that results in uneven pavement and potholes. Before you travel, here are some survival driving tips that will keep you and your family safe this spring.Read More