5 Ways To Keep Your Car In Good Shape In The Winter

16 September 2015
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When temperatures dip below freezing, they can be quite rough on your vehicle. Whether your car is brand new or 10 years old, cold weather can wreak havoc on several different components, including the engine and battery. It is up to you to protect your car when it is frigid outside. Here are five effective ways to keep your car in good shape in the winter: Think About New Tires Read More 

How To Install New Winter Tires On Your Car

2 September 2015
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Winter tires are an important and critical part of driving in harsh weather conditions. Winter tires help provide your care with the traction that it needs to cut through the slush and the snow when winter hits. You should install a new set of winter tires before the first drop of snow hits. Installing the tires is easy; you can install a set of winter tires by following the steps outlined below. Read More 

Tire Inflation Tips For New Teen Drivers

8 June 2015
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If you just started driving, you may be more worried other drivers than about your own vehicle. However, since you are now officially a driver, you also need to know a little bit about how to keep your vehicle well maintained and safe on the road. An easy place to start is by learning how to properly inflate your tires.  When It Comes To Your Tires, Pressure Is Key When dealing with your tires, you are going to hear the term " Read More 

What You Need To Know About Wildlife Collisions

13 April 2015
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As many as 1 in 5 motor vehicle crashes in Canada are caused by drivers hitting wildlife on the road. Springtime brings animals out of hibernation to mate, and this increased activity level raises the chances of you having a car vs. wildlife encounter. Read on for important advice on dealing with this dangerous phenomenon. Stay focused on the road. Animals are quick, so keen attention is vital. Wooded areas are no time to let your attention drift, and your quick response to a darting animal could save more than one life. Read More