6 Ways to Get Your Car in Shape for the Spring

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Spring has finally arrived here in the Bay Area, and you know what that means. It’s time for trips to the beach, vacations and some spirited recreational driving. Winter’s icy grip has finally been broken, and now you can have some fun, but is your car ready? If you want to enjoy your spring driving… Read More


What Repairs Do Cars Need in the Winter?

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Winter has finally arrived, and that means cold, wet and icy weather for the northern reaches of California. It also means that a few parts on your vehicle may fail and force you to bring your car to the repair shop. Here are a few problems you may face during the winter, and a few… Read More


Five Crucial Car Maintenance Tips for Thanksgiving Travel

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Is your car running properly? If you are planning to use it to visit relatives this Thanksgiving, then it is probably a good idea to get a checkup. A vehicle that’s running rough or burning oil may not be able to make the trip you have planned. Instead of winding up stranded or having to… Read More


How Do You Feel About New Safety Features that Watch You?

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Have you ever felt like someone was watching you while you were driving your car? It can be an unsettling feeling, but what if it wasn’t just a feeling? What if something was watching you, and that something was your car. This isn’t a pitch for the reboot of Stephen King’s Christine, automakers are developing… Read More


Is My Car Too Obsolete to Drive?

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As a vehicle owner, are you out of luck if your car’s engine starts gurgling at 13,500 miles rather than 12,000, or just over warranty? Or, are you stuck if you have a used car with a manufacturer’s warranty and the check engine light stays lit?  No, you are not out luck. If the parts… Read More