Most of us depend on our cars to get us to work, school, and to many other important activities. We make the monthly payments and we buy car insurance. We put in gas on a regular basis. Driving a car costs money.
Indiana summers can be scorchers and this July has been one of the hottest on record! What does that mean for your European automobile?
Is your car ready for a long, hot Indiana summer? The summer months can wreak as much havoc on your car as the brutal winter ones. We want to make sure your car is in its best shape for summer road trips.
Your objective is to have an enjoyable trip, free of the hassles and delays that result from car trouble on the road. Here’s how to make sure that your trip is a pleasant one.
The day you purchase a “new to you” vehicle is an exciting time. It’s easy to get caught up in the moment. Maybe the new car smell does something to your ability to reason. Hold on just a minute! How about we check things out first . . . before you invest your hard earned money?
One of our highly experienced Master Technicians will go over that little gem you’re considering with a fine tooth comb. We’ll then create an itemized and prioritized report of his findings. The report is extremely detailed and will let you know what you may want to address now and what can wait until later. Then you’ll be armed to make an informed decision, or maybe do some further negotiating.
Your car’s engine relies on the oil that circulates through it. Oil provides lubrication, carries heat away and keeps damaging contaminants from building up.But to do all this, there has to be enough motor oil, flowing at sufficient pressure.
When there’s a problem in the oil system, one or more warning lights will come on to alert you. If you see the low oil pressure or low oil level lights stay on after you start your vehicle, or come on while you’re driving, you’ll want to get it fixed quickly — your engine could get ruined if you don’t.