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(NAPSI)—When it comes to keeping your car running smoothly, one of the most important pieces of equipment may not be under the hood but in the glove compartment.
(NewsUSA) - It seemed like a good idea at the time.
(BPT) - There is much to love about the nuances of the changing seasons – from spending sunny days on the beach to hiking through autumn-kissed parks and skiing down snow-covered mountains. Throughout the year, just as you would protect yourself from seasonal elements like sun, rain and cold by applying sunscreen and dressing appropriately, it’s important to protect your vehicle from the great outdoors. Your car needs to be prepared for the varying weather ahead – just like people do. Here are a few easy DIY projects to keep your car looking new and running for seasons to come.
(StatePoint) Most everyone has a couple of tricks up their sleeve that make chores and tasks simpler. You likely have a few of your own -- and once you develop a superior method of ticking off a to-do list item, it can be difficult to remember what your life was like before.
(NAPSI)—Most young people look forward to the day they get their driver’s license, but they should know that with the newfound freedom also comes the responsibility of caring for their car.
(NAPSI)—Finding an auto repair shop you can trust can be a challenge. Here are three warning signs to watch for on your next trip to the mechanic.
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Regular maintenance is the best way to avoid costly repairs. The certified technicians at Hardin Brothers Automotive perform a free 28-point courtesy check along with a regular maintenance service. It’s the least expensive way to avoid finding yourself on the side of the road that we know about.
(BPT) - Though most states require drivers to have car insurance, there are still motorists who take their chances and drive without coverage or with insufficient coverage. Nationwide, an estimated 14 percent of drivers are uninsured, and, in a handful of states, that figure tops 20 percent, according to the Insurance Research Council.
(BPT) - If you have auto insurance, you probably think you have all the coverage you need for yourself, your spouse and your teenage drivers. Likewise, your homeowners insurance will take care of repair costs in case the pipes burst or there’s a fire. But what happens if you get sued?
Regular maintenance is the best way to avoid costly repairs. The certified technicians at Hardin Brothers Automotive perform a free 28-point courtesy check along with a regular maintenance service. It’s the least expensive way to avoid finding yourself on the side of the road that we know about. Our service advisors go over the results of your courtesy check and explain what was found, what needs to be done and when, and estimate the cost of any repairs or services needed.
(BPT) - Do you view your car or truck as a member of your family? Have you named your vehicle? If so, then consider how caring for your car is similar to caring for your kin. For the most part, caring for your family is pretty straightforward. Watch their diets, keep them clean, fix their bumps and bruises and they are likely to lead a healthy, happy life. So how do you raise and rear your sedan, SUV, light truck or mini-van? Use your parental prowess and follow some basic guidelines.
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(BPT) - Does your garage door creak, squeak or groan when you open or close it? If so, that isn’t a good sign. But noticing this is the first step to fixing what could become a major home repair issue.
With spring approaching, families are planning vacation trips, and “snowbirds” are thinking of returning to their homes in colder climes.
(BPT) - Anyone over a certain age has heard about the “the three Rs” of education - reading, writing and arithmetic. The thinking is that if you graduate from school knowing how to read, write and solve basic math problems, you’ll have the fundamentals for a successful life. But these days much more is required, especially when it comes to making sure you have the financial resources to take care of yourself and your family.
Sure, if they think there’s something worthwhile reading. So we won’t bore you telling you how great we are, you’ll find that out with your first appointment at Hardin Brothers Automotive!
If you are like most people, your schedule is getting busier and even important things get pushed out.
It was a small idea that turned into something bigger.
Julee Baxley is the co-owner of Integrity Auto since 2006 and added Integrity Diesel in 2010. Integrity is family owned and operated. They are a full service repair and maintenance for your vehicle and there is an owner onsite. They are a green company and all of the technicians are Certified Mechanics.
Before ending the 151-day session on Thursday, the Arizona Legislature made it where constituents to have to start paying taxes on what they buy from catalogs and on the World Wide Web.
Marana automotive students Kevin Reich and Evan Cloutier got some strange looks from rival teams when they arrived at the annual Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills State Finals on May 3.
When it comes to your vehicle, make sure you find a service center that understands your vehicles and your priorities. We go the extra mile to partner with our customers - straight talk and honest answers from a staff who takes our commitments seriously. We have over 10 years in Catalina. Our specialties include Complete Auto Repair; dedicated Fast Lube service bays usually with same day service; Alignment services and Tires from all major brands, And finally we feature a great Used Vehicle inventory of 25-30 certified cars, trucks, and SUVs.
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