Drive in the Rain Without Hydroplaning

Hydroplaning can seemingly happen out of nowhere, and the best advice to avoid that situation is to avoid driving on uneven or windy roads during heavy rain. If you have to be on the road, do your best to keep distance between you and drivers in front of you. Stay calm to keep yourself from hitting the brake pedal too hard.

You definitely should not be driving in heavy rain if your tires have not been maintained. 

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Tire Pressure Light Coming On? Here's What You Need to Know

If your tire pressure light suddenly comes on, you might be tempted to panic. Don't! Your car's tire contains sensors that are linked to your car's computer. These sensors let you know as soon as the air pressure in your tire changes. Sometimes, this could simply be a normal part of driving. Topping off your tire's air can help. Other times, you may have more of a problem that requires assistance from a trusted auto service shop.

If you run over a nail or get a tear in your car's tire, your pressure light will…

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Why Your Vehicle Needs Engine Cooling & Radiator Service

Your vehicle's engine produces a lot of heat. Thousands of degrees, as a matter of fact. With all of this heat trapped under the hood, a properly functioning cooling system is imperative.

The cooling system works much like the human body's circulatory system. Coolant, also known as anti-freeze, travels through a system of hoses that is powered by the water pump. The coolant cycles through the radiator which uses cooling fins to allow the coolant to release the heat it has absorbed from the engine. After that, it goes in for another round. 

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Keep up With Tire Maintenance

If you're planning an upcoming trip with your favorite friends in the months ahead, you should be aware of any problems lurking with the important parts of your vehicle. Doing so could stop the headache of having cancellations just to get parts serviced and updated. A visual evaluation of all four of your tires is of utmost importance.

Notice any wear on the sidewalls of your tires? If so, the fastest and easiest way to get them replaced is to have service done at the earliest time possible. 

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Don't Gape - Just Move Over

Move over laws are common, but often ignored. Some drivers simply don’t want to be bothered to change lanes as they pass a disabled vehicle on the side of the road. They’re curious about why the police officer pulled someone over and they want to get a closer look. Often, they want to see the extent of damage in a multiple vehicle accident. They feel the need to watch the road repair crew at work.

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Learn More About GAP Insurance

If you are a car owner, you know how important car insurance is. There are many types of car insurance, but the good news is that getting the basic ones can suffice. If you need extra protection for your car, you can also opt for optional insurance covers, such as GAP.

GAP insurance is an insurance cover which is taken for new cars. You can add this insurance cover alongside your collision insurance…

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Holiday Food Transport Tips

Holiday food and travel with your favorite dishes should be simple. You don't have to overthink it. You just need to prepare. You've thought of the perfect idea for your holiday event, and perhaps you know exactly which dish will be the talk of the entire affair. You'll still need to get your dish to the event in one piece. Our sales team can help you with some great tips on holiday travel with food.

We recommend little things, like storing your container or dish in a cardboard box. You can surround it with towels and newspapers…

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Why You Should Use Windshield Wiper Fluid

Your vehicle has a lot of different fluids in it including engine oil, transmission fluid, and air coolant fluid. These fluids might be there to keep parts lubricated or they might have another more specific duty. Out of all the fluids in your car, you may think that windshield wiper fluid is not as important as the others. But this does not mean that you can replace it with water.

First of all, water freezes at a much higher temperature than windshield wiper fluid, meaning that water won't even work during the winter months. Windshield wiper fluid actually has…

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