What to Do if Your Car Won’t Start

It’s a horrible feeling – you’re heading out to start your day, you put your keys in the ignition, and your car won’t turn over. If this happens to you, listen closely to what your car is telling you. Perhaps your car starts making a sound, or maybe it’s silent. Either way, the sounds it makes or doesn’t make is […]

How to Prevent Overheating Cars

As we enter the dog days of summer, the sun is high is the sky, beating down on us and our cars with its warm rays. Soon, you’ll head to the store, pop inside to pick up groceries, and come back out to discover your car has turned into an oven in mere minutes. And while you can climb inside […]

Can I Still Get My Car Serviced During the COVID-19 Outbreak?

Amid the spread of COVID-19, many drivers across the United States have a stay at home order in place. Countless areas have ordered nonessential businesses, from restaurants to retail shops, to close business to combat the spread of this disease. With numerous businesses having to temporarily close their doors, the number of drivers on the road has dramatically decreased. Although […]

Railroad Crossing Safety: What You Need to Know

Years ago, it was common for people to use the railway system as a means of transportation. Nowadays, traveling by bus, personal automobile, or plane are more commonly used methods. However, according to the Association of American Railroads, approximately 5 million tons of goods are delivered every day to ports, distribution centers, businesses and more by way of American railroads. […]

What to Do When You Notice Car Rust

Rust (n): Rust, also known as iron oxide, forms on iron or steel and will eat a hole through your car and wallet if it goes untreated. By catching it early, you can prevent a costly expense and keep yourself safe as a rusted car can be dangerous. Preventing car rust When the iron in steel reacts with the oxygen […]

The Importance of Seat Belts

Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death in the US to people between the ages of 1 and 54. The easiest way to keep you and those you love safe on the road is to wear your seat belts every time. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), seat belt use saved an estimated 14,955 lives […]