5 Telltale Signs of Ignition Switch Problems

April 7, 2021News

First things first, what is an ignition switch? It’s one of the most important electronic components found on many cars and trucks. It’s usually located on the steering column, just behind the ignition lock cylinder, which is where you put your key to crank your vehicle. The two work together to turn on and start … Read More

How to Find and Repair A Leak in Your Tire

February 15, 2021News

  If you’ve ever walked out of work after a long day only to see a flat tire on your vehicle, you’ll know just how frustrating and inconvenient it is. There’s never a good time for a leaky or flat tire. If you don’t have a spare tire, what are you supposed to do in … Read More

5 Safety Tips for Driving in Winter

January 13, 2021News

Many places in Alabama have already seen snow in 2021! In some areas, the snow did stick to the road and a few saw icy patches on bridges and roads. It’s winter, and although snow is rare here in the deep South, it does happen. Ice is somewhat more common, even if it’s just in … Read More

Common Car Problems in Cold Weather

December 14, 2020News

When temperatures start dropping and you have to go outside, what do you do? Probably bundle up in some extra layers, maybe even a scarf and gloves. Well sadly, our vehicles can’t bundle themselves up in heavy coats to prepare for cold weather conditions. Therefore, many of them tend to have more issues in the … Read More

Get Your Vehicle Road Trip Ready for the Holidays

November 13, 2020Uncategorized

Over the river and through the woods, to Grandmother’s house we go! The holidays are here and your family has decided to still get together, so you’re about to load up the vehicle with the kids, luggage, gifts, and more. Have you had routine maintenance done on your vehicle in a while? If not, you … Read More

What To Do If Your Tire Blows Out

October 14, 2020Uncategorized

We think a blown tire is one of the scariest unexpected things that can happen to you while driving (hydroplaning and brakes going out are pretty bad too). While blowouts are not imminent, it’s still good to be prepared and know what to do ahead of time. So if you’re driving down the interstate minding … Read More