Archive for the ‘Tips & Tricks’ Category
When you think about vehicle preparedness, people often overlook having a first aid kit in the event of an emergency. Take a look at our list of items to pack in your vehicle’s first aid or emergency kit and stay safe on the road this summer.
The snow has finally melted and spring is well under way, and with it comes those pesky potholes that have been spending all winter waiting to mess up your car. Take a look at our helpful tips and tricks for avoiding potholes in Colorado Springs and keeping your vehicle in tip-top shape.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people get in car accidents across the country mainly due to careless or distracted driving that ends up costing them more than just their hard earned money. Take a look at the top 3 reasons for car accidents in Colorado Springs and see what you can do to keep yourself safe on the road.
Tips and Tricks for Painting Your Vehicle at Home
Some vehicle enthusiasts love to take car projects into their own hands. From starting at square one to putting on the last coat of paint, doing things yourself can be rewarding for some individuals. Painting a vehicle can be tedious and hard work, so take a look at a few of our tips and tricks to make it easier along the way.
With tax season upon us, you may find yourself with a big chunk of refund money just sitting around, burning a hole in your pocket. You could spend that money on vacations or a new TV, but a lot of people choose to use this extra income to put towards a vehicle. Why is this is smart decision? Keep reading to find out.
If you have a newer vehicle, your infotainment system probably comes with Bluetooth connectivity, which allows you to sync your phone to your vehicle for hands-free calling, music streaming, and voice commands. But how do you pair your phone to your media system? Check out our easy steps below.
Tips for Driving in a Hailstorm
We all know that weather can be unpredictable, so it’s important to have a basic knowledge of how to drive safely when the clouds roll in and the environment around you changes. Check out our tips on what to do if you find yourself driving through a hailstorm.
We’ve all been there. Maybe the snow came down a little harder than expected or maybe you took the turn a little too fast, but now you’ve found yourself stuck in the snow with your wheels spinning. Here are some tips for when you can’t seem to get enough traction to free you from the snow’s grasp.
With unpredictable Colorado weather, you never know when the temperature might plunge and the snow fall could wreak havoc on our roads and vehicles. Dead or dying batteries tend to be the biggest reasons for the large increase in roadside assistance calls during frigid weather. Weak car batteries are notorious for failing in the cold, so it’s worth preemptively taking care of your battery before you find yourself stranded on the side of the road.
When people think about preparing their car for seasonal driving, they tend to think about winter-related incidents such as driving in a snowstorm or thawing out a frozen car door. Not many people realize that fall brings its own set of complications and hazards that you need to look out for. Follow our safety tips below to keep a pumpkin spiced latte in your hand and your car out of the shop this fall.