Seasonal Service

Cool Tips For Your July Excursions

A warm breeze, the sound of soft rubber on a hot pavement and canine slobber on the rear windows. Welcome to the Dog Days.

How can you up your summer fun quotient and keep your cool when the mercury rises?

Attack Of The Gunk: Deposits That Slow Engine Performance

A little engine gunk can go unnoticed. Over time though, too much robs fuel economy and bogs down acceleration.

If you’re noticing these symptoms, it might be time to look at the fuel system--especially if your engine has between 96,000 and 160,000 kilometers.

Pre-trip Checklist For Adventure Away-From-Home

Hitting the open road remains one of life’s simplest pleasures.

Review our vehicle checklist before heading out this summer--especially if your vehicle has been a bit overlooked during stay-at-home requirements.

Steering Fluid Issues May Trigger Driving, Handling Problems

You're not navigating that winding road without power steering.

Power steering might be one of your vehicle’s most underappreciated technologies. But as the miles build up, bits of plastic and rubber inside the system can wear down and cause problems.

Keep Your Cool While Traveling In Summer

Summer heat can’t be bullied, bought, reasoned, or negotiated with. The only option is to prepare for the bruising effects of summer temperatures.

Here’s our suggestions for beating the heat.

Frigid In Your Car? Could Be Quick, Easy Fix

You shouldn’t have to wear a jacket to stay warm in your vehicle this winter. The climate control system may simply need some minor adjustments before traveling for the upcoming holidays.

Subtle signs indicate need for brake system inspection

You are dropping off your kids at school and slow down your car as you approach a crowded turnout. As you push on the brake pedal your car responds slowly, and you quickly press harder to get your vehicle to stop.

That delayed response and spongy feel may indicate a more serious problem--air or moisture in your vehicle's brake lines. Inspection by a brake expert is critical to prevent possible brake failure.