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Improve Your Car’s Fuel Efficiency This Winter!

Old Man Winter has definitely arrived in Colorado and before he makes his presence *too* obvious, here are a few tips on how you can save some money at the gas pump in the coming months: Check your tires’ air pressure. Maintaining your tires’ air pressure at the factory-recommended levels can improve your vehicle’s fuelRead More

Survival Guide for New Winter Drivers

For drivers who aren’t accustomed to snowy or icy road conditions, winter in Colorado can be both frightening and intimidating. Whether you recently moved to the Centennial State or are just visiting for the Holidays, knowing how to stay safe on wintry roads is extremely important. Here are a few tips for negotiating the challengingRead More

Treat Your Car!

Fall is of course the beginning of amazing foliage and temperate weather, but it’s also the start of giving season! Coloradans most likely already have items in mind to give to friends and family this season but have you made a list of treats you can get for your car? A car treat could beRead More

Five Must Have Tire Repair And Maintenance Tips

Tires are often an overlooked item for car maintenance, but are critical for the proper operation of your car and an essential safety item. Far too many poorly maintained tires are leading causes of car accidents every year. Poorly maintained tires can even make it hard to drive and cause a drop in gas mileage.Read More

6 Ways You Could be Killing Your Car

Whether you own a new car or an older model, your car requires regular care and maintenance in order to stay safely on the roads. Ignoring warning signs and key services is the quickest way to send a vehicle to an early grave… The Car Care Council offers the following warnings about 6 ways youRead More

Spring Danger: Wet Roads

April showers bring May flowers. While we find comfort in this phrase on gloomy days, it doesn’t make the rain go away… To help you prepare for spring rain showers, our auto repair experts are offering three tips for your vehicle. 1. Tires – Wet roads mean your vehicle is at increased risk for hydroplaning.Read More

Check your Headlights

Whether you’re embarking on a road trip to visit family or commuting to and from work, winter has its own set of driving challenges and safety considerations. One of the biggest is almost one of the most forgotten – it is dark. Winter days are short and matched with long, dark evenings. As the sunRead More

Winter Road Hazards

Whether it’s snow, rain, or ice, the roads in your neighborhood may be feeling the brunt of the harsh weather making its way through the country. These road hazards that tend to appear this time of year can put you and your car at risk and could end up costing you thousands in repair bills.Read More

5 Tips to Stay Safe this Winter

Happy Holidays! We hope you are fully enjoying this season, spending time with your family. Winter is here, which means the days are getting colder and shorter. Whether you’re embarking on a road trip to visit family or commuting to and from work, here are a few tips to stay safe this winter: 1. SlowRead More