Summer is here! As Sacramento and Placer Counties begin to open back up, the sun will be smiling down on us. Before hitting the road make sure to follow these tips and help keep you and your family safe.
If your dad was the family fix-it guy or helped you pick out your first car, then the gift of auto service may be the perfect fit!
A check engine light can mean many things. Each light has a specific meaning and guides the technician to look for specific potential issues. Although not all warning lights are the same, understanding your dashboard lights will help you keep your vehicle running in top condition.
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.
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.
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.
Whether you’ve decided to spend Valentine’s day alone or plan a romantic date with a significant other, don’t forget to show some love to your tried and true friend- your vehicle. Here are five great car care you can give your most beloved vehicle this love month