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Yearly Archives: 2021

What Is a Soft Brake Pedal Telling You?

What Is a Soft Brake Pedal Telling You?

When driving your car, you'll find yourself stepping on the brakes. Each time you press the brakes, the pressure you exert is immediately increased and transferred to the brake calipers hence your vehicle decelerates or stops.   If your car has a soft or spongy brake pedal, you should know what it's telling you and be worried.   If your car's master cylinder, brake calipers, brake fluid, or brake lines and hoses are defective, it could trigger the soft brake pedal problem. A swift manual will help detect and change a spongy brake pedal to give you and your family a safe ride. Read on to identify some reasons your car may have soft brake pedal issues.   Hydraulic Problems Considerably, the widely known reason for a spongy brake pedal is air within the brake system. The brake structure works efficiently due to the incompressible nature of the brake fluid; hence it transfers the entire force to the four brakes.   However, the air i ... read more

Holiday Gift Ideas For Your Car

Holiday Gift Ideas For Your Car

Photo by Ryan Wallace on Unsplash   December is here, and Christmas is around the corner! We hope the season has plenty of nice surprises in store for you and your family this year. Soon it will be time to do a little holiday shopping, and we know that finding the right gifts for people can be hard.    Of all the people on your list, where does your car fall? It’s been a faithful friend when you’re in need, so why not get it a present or two; to thank it for being there when you needed it the most. That’s why we’ve constructed a list of cool gifts ideas for your car!   Car console vault -- Help keep your belongings safe with a secure vault that sits inside of your center console ... read more

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How to Deck Out Your Vehicle for the Holidays

How to Deck Out Your Vehicle for the Holidays

Break out the garland and the sparkling lights! 'Tis the season for stockings on the fireplace, ornaments on the tree, and reindeer antlers on your car. Your home isn't the only area you can show off your festive spirit. If you want to go all out this year in decorating your car, here are four ideas to choose from!   4 Christmas Decoration Ideas for Your Car  Idea #1: Rudolph your car Items You'll Need: Reindeer nose and antlers An adhesive Why not dress your car to resemble the iconic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer? All you have to do is stick the nose (red puff) to the front of your vehicle and the antlers on the tops of your front windows. Please do make sure you don't block your front grill. Idea #2: Sparkling in garland Items You'll Need: Plastic garland Ribbon Scissors You can cover garland around the bars of your roof rack and secure it with a bright ribbon. Another brilliant way to go the extra mile is to run the garland through the ceil ... read more

The Past, Present, and Future of Holiday Travel

The Past, Present, and Future of Holiday Travel

Photo by Marvin Meyer,  Pablò, and frank mckenna on Unsplash   Welcome to November and the ramp-up to the holidays! In just a few weeks, we’ll be getting together with our families for traditions old and young, making brand new memories. We hope that you are close enough to be with the ones you love this holiday season.   As we consider what this year’s holiday season will bring, we’re thinking back to holiday trips of old. We’re comparing them wit ... read more

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What Is A Factory Scheduled Maintenance Plan?

What Is A Factory Scheduled Maintenance Plan?

You have probably heard the term factory scheduled maintenance plan at your dealership before. It is also sometimes called the 30-60-90 plan. These terms are interchangeable, and they both refer to the automobile maintenance program that car manufacturers design for your specific make/model. The reason the plan covers these three numbers is plain and simple. The interval between each major service appointment is approximately 30K miles. You might be like everyone else and think that the plan is voluntary. But, the services listed in the plan are vital for the long-term health and condition of your car, SUV, or truck. So now that you have a sense of what your scheduled auto maintenance plan is, you might be wondering, "why do I need it."   The 30-60-90 plan is way more valuable than you may think. Here's why you should keep track of it: Your warranty may necessitate it.  Some car manufacturers stress the 30/60/90K maintenance plan so much that failing to follo ... read more