• 2019 Chevrolet Colorado in Slatington, PA
    Tips & Tricks,  Winter

    Myths About Driving in the Winter

    It’s important to prepare for the winter and follow tips about how to winterize your vehicle. However, there are also some common myths about driving in the winter, which are simply not true and should not be followed.  Idle Your Car While it can be convenient to get into an already-warm vehicle, you don’t have to idle newer vehicles before driving in the winter. In fact, idling can cause your vehicle to consume fuel quicker and emit carbon monoxide, which can be dangerous if your vehicle is parked in your garage. All-Season Tires Are Great for Every Season While all-season tires are useful during warmer seasons, they are not the…

  • 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab Custom Trail Boss
    Service,  Summer,  Tips & Tricks

    Summer Truck Maintenance: Tips for Hot Weather

    Proper maintenance is key to keeping your truck in prime working condition, and it can also help to preserve the resale value. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of summer truck maintenance tips. You’ll need to adapt your pickup for warmer weather and different driving conditions, including everything from tire care to the electrical system. Tire Pressure One of the most important things to check in the summer is tire pressure. Air pressure tends to increase in warmer weather; however, tires can also lose pressure over time. Checking your tire pressure in the summer will ensure tires are not overinflated or underinflated. Plus, while you’re at it, you can also…

  • Keep Your Vehicle Clean
    Car Health,  Seasonal,  Tips & Tricks,  Winter

    Tips to Protect Your Car from Road Salt

    Road salt is great for thawing out icy roads, but bad for your car—and not just aesthetically. Here are a few tips to help protect your car from road salt, so you can prevent rusting and corrosion. Wash Regularly If road salt is left on your car’s surface or undercarriage, it can cause rusting, corrode the finish, and even the damage the vehicle’s mechanics. The best way to prevent this problem is by washing your car regularly during winter months. Try to give your car a good scrub every other week on days where the temperature is 40 degrees or higher. To avoid freezing temperatures, wash during the daytime, and…