Don't miss our fantastic rebates on tires and more now through June 30, 2015.
Tire customers can save up to $120 in mail-in rebates when using a Quick Lane credit card with the purchase/install of four tires from top brands including Goodyear, Dunlop, Continental, Hankook, Pirelli, Bridgestone and Yokohama.
Nobody likes to be caught off-guard, especially with vehicle problems.Getting a multi-point inspection should come well before packing up for that road trip this summer.
“Surveys of our certified technicians show a well-maintained vehicle lasts longer, retains more of its resale value, pollutes less, and gets better mileage than one that’s been neglected — to say nothing of being safer to operate,” said Tony Molla, vice president of communications for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).
Dents and dings are a scourge for anyone who values their vehicle’s appearance. What can be done to return a vehicle to its original condition and not max out your credit card?
Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are hitting the road this year.
The tour is part of an exhibit honoring Chuck Jones, their relatively obscure yet influential and amazingly talented creator.
Jones entertained millions without ever being directly involved in their lives. The artist and writer during the golden age of Warner Bros. cartoons introduced us to beloved characters who quickly became cultural touchstones. His work is the subject of a travelling Smithsonian exhibit crisscrossing the nation the next few years.
Never underestimate the destructive power of an inanimate object in the roadway. A shredded tire--or any large debris--poses significant risks to you and your vehicle.
“Road debris can be damaging to vehicles, especially if it’s kicked up by someone else and becomes airborne,” said Noel Houze, the national secretary for the American Association of State Troopers. “Also, how people react to objects in the roadway can be dangerous.”
Houze suggests maintaining a safe following distance of several car lengths to stay on the lookout for road debris.
You can’t get much information by looking at the little yellow “check engine” light on your dashboard. And there’s good reason for that.
The icon represents literally hundreds of potential problems ranging from simple fixes to complete overhauls. Automotive technicians rely on expensive diagnostic tools to root out the problem.