Help Us Help You!

One of the best ways we improve our service is by reading customer feedback. We’re constantly looking to better ourselves and you can help us do that! Just by clicking the link here you can be apart of our growth. You can leave a star rating and any comments you have regarding our business. We… Continue reading Help Us Help You!

Shopping for a New Vehicle

When shopping for a new vehicle, the world is your oyster. Every vehicle in every automaker’s lineup is available for your perusal. You can purchase a fully loaded minivan for those big family vacations, a sleek new sports coupe for your next mid-life crisis toy or a stripped down compact for your new college graduate.… Continue reading Shopping for a New Vehicle

Always Have Your Headlights On

According to a recent study, you can reduce your risk of being involved in an accident by up to 32 percent simply by driving with your headlights on at all times. This seems like common sense — obviously something that is lit up is  going to be more visible, regardless of the time of day.… Continue reading Always Have Your Headlights On

Holiday Road-Trip Survival Tips

Are you and your family planning to drive to a holiday get-together this year? Whether you’re heading to Grandma’s cottage or a favorite vacation spot to celebrate holidays with family or friends, AAA has simple tips to help make your drive a smooth one, so you can arrive at your destination safely and without incident.… Continue reading Holiday Road-Trip Survival Tips

Get more horsepower!

Looking to give a little boost to your car’s engine? If you want more horsepower without overhauling your engine, look into investing in a cold air intake. It will replace your car’s standard airbox with a cone-shaped filter that provides more air into your engine. With more air, you engine can run faster and use… Continue reading Get more horsepower!

Do you have an emergency kit?

Although we never suspect it would happen to us, vehicle breakdowns do happen and can really put you in a bind if you’re not prepared. It’s recommended to, at a minimum, keep jumper cables, a quart of motor oil and a small tool kit. It’s also a good idea to keep triangle reflectors or flares… Continue reading Do you have an emergency kit?