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New Years Resolutions for Aliso Viejo Drivers

New Years Resolutions for Aliso Viejo Drivers

Image by h kama from Pixabay  Time To Make a Few Changes Well, we’ve made it through the holidays, and we’re onto a new year. 2023 promises to be just as hard as 2022, but with the proper preparation, grit, and some good fortune, we might make it to 2024 a little better off than in 2022.   The “New Year, New Me” stuff is bound to be flooding your inbox by now. New Year’s Resolutions are an ancient, storied tradition. People have been making promises annually to transform their lives since 2000 B.C., back as far as Babylon. It’s a time of positivity and willful self-determination.   Opportunities to change yourself for the better abound this mont ... read more

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What Is An OBD Scanner Used For?

What Is An OBD Scanner Used For?

We've all been victim to a frightening check engine light before. One of the reasons why drivers dread this repair is because check engine lights can mean so many different things. That is why it is essential to take your car to an auto repair shop, so they can properly diagnose your vehicle problem using a scan tool. At Super Service of Aliso Viejo, we use the latest and most accurate scanners to diagnose your check engine light. To do so, we will plug the OBD scanner into your vehicle's OBD port. Your car will then send the necessary code to the scanner, which a skillful technician can decipher. Because the coding language can be complex for the average person to understand, you should take your vehicle to a qualified professional.  The letters in OBD stand for On-Board Diagnostics. In most vehicles, it records data from the Electronic Control Units (ECU), which holds messages from various sensors throughout your car. Every time you turn on your vehicle, the OBD syste ... read more

Holiday Events in Aliso Viejo

Holiday Events in Aliso Viejo

Photo by Erwan Hesry on Unsplash December Magic is Upon Us Again December is here again! After having COVID-19 outbreaks work to limit our fun for the last two years, we finally have a moment to bring the extended family together for a grand celebration this holiday-- Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and even pop culture-invented celebrations like Chrismukkah and Festivus have their observances! We want you and your family to get the most out of this season and build memories that will last a lifetime! From the sacred to the secular, there is a lot to do around Aliso Viejo for the holidays. Driving past homes with twinkling lights, going to church or the synagogue, shopping for the perfect present for a loved one… there ... read more

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5 Safe Driving Tips to Get Through Holiday Traffic

5 Safe Driving Tips to Get Through Holiday Traffic

The only thing that can get in the way of holiday joy and spirit is the scary traffic. With many people traveling to see family and friends for Thanksgiving and Christmas and others running errands, it can get quite hectic. With these tips, driving will be a piece of cake (or should we say pie).  Tip #1: Avoid Driving During Rush Hour If your schedule is flexible this time around, we recommend getting out of the house early to avoid the afternoon rush. When people head out of town for the holidays, they tend to do it after work. Tip #2: Get Some Rest If you have a long road trip ahead of you for the holidays, the driver must get a good night's rest before. Driving while sleepy can be just as dangerous as driving intoxicated. If you’re struggling to keep your eyes open on the road, we recommend switching off with another passenger. Or pull over to a rest stop to recharge. Tip #3: Avoid Distracted Driving Even with str ... read more

Sing along playlists for the whole family!

Sing along playlists for the whole family!

Photo by Tobias Tullius on Unsplash Sing a Song! For those of us preparing for a season of long travel to family holiday events, the journey there can be murder. Our generation is perhaps the last to know about “Over the River and Through the Woods” o the dreaded “99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall”, as reliable car stereo systems have made the need for this kind of musical malaise unnecessary.   Still, there’s something to be said for a sing-a-long on a long car trip. A good sing-a-long keeps the driver awake, occupies the kids, and sometimes, in some families, just sounds like heaven. (Just don’t get obsessive about it, like Derek from STEPBROTHERS!)   If your family has a sense of harmon ... read more

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