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Finding the right Mechanic for your Car
If your car is making funny noises or refusing to start, it can put you in a tough spot but even worse, car problems can put you and your family at risk. We have often heard customers say they feel the same about taking their car to their mechanic as they do about taking themselves to the dentist they just want to know how much it's going to hurt and how much it's going to cost. >>More

FUEL ECONOMY 101
I admit it. I used to drive a few miles out of my way to save a few cents a gallon. But now that gas is nearly $3.00 a gallon, those pennies don't seem to matter as much. Nonetheless, before you go hunting for cheap gas deals, consider these sure-fire ways to stop these common problems that can reduce your gas mileage by as much as 25%: >>More

My Summer Vacation
During the summer of 1977, my family went on a three-week camping trip to the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. It was an idyllic trip except for two things: we all got the stomach flu and our car broke down in Wyoming. One of my most vivid memories of the whole three weeks was not seeing Old Faithful, but waiting at the car repair place while revisiting my breakfast – multi-color Trix cereal - yuck. And, my dad was freaking out because he felt sure we were going to get the “tourist” rate on the repair. But, I digress. The point is, summer vacation is just around the corner, so don’t let a visit to a far-off car repair facility be the highlight of your trip. There’s nothing worse than car problems bringing your family plans to a grinding halt in the searing heat. >>More

Where the Rubber Meets the Road
I always like watching the Michelin TV ad showing a baby in a tire - with the tagline “Because there’s so much riding on your tires.” It’s so true – our most precious cargo, our children – as well as ourselves, deserve to be transported in a safe environment. As we enter the rainy season (if we really ever have one!) perhaps no other part of your car will impact safe driving as much as your tires. Furthermore, as gasoline prices start creeping up again, it makes financial sense to keep an eye on your tires as well. Here are some tips to make sure the rubber meets the road for you: >>More

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