Why Factory-Recommended Maintenance Matters

An oil change? Again? It seems like you just got one done, and 3,000 miles ago, hopefully you did. Regular oil changes are only a small part of your vehicle’s preventative maintenance schedule, which is designed by the manufacturer to keep your car running as smoothly as possible for as long as possible. But is all that maintenance really necessary?

How to Improve Your Fuel Economy

Woman pumping fuel at a gas station

So, there you are, cruising down the highway when your gas light blinks on. You could’ve sworn you just filled the tank, too. Most cars have a reserve of about 2.5 gallons, so, rest easy, you’ve got enough to make it to the nearest station, but in a pinch, it might be necessary to make those last dribbles of gasoline

How to Identify a Dishonest Mechanic: What Car Owners Should Know

mechanic statue holding a wrench

When was the last time you had to look for a new mechanic? (If you’re reading this, we’re betting you’re thinking about making a switch right now.) Life changes like shops closing, mechanics retiring, or moving to a new city can force you into looking before you’re ready. The last thing you want to do is rely on a Google