Hybrid vehicle maintenance or repair is often seen as being expensive and hard to find a location that knows how to provide the right kind of maintenance.
If you're considering buying a hybrid vehicle (or already have one parked in your driveway) but aren't sure how you'll maintain it, don't worry--it's not as difficult as you might think.
It's that time of year again: winter weather is coming, and it's coming fast. Are you (and your car) ready for the perils of driving on snowy, icy, and just plain cold roads? Here are a few winter driving tips to keep you safe and cozy this season!
With winter weather almost upon us (and, on some days, already upon us), it's more important than ever to make sure your car is up to the challenge.
Have you ever been driving along, maybe with your windows open and maybe singing your favorite song at the top of your lungs, only to see your gas light come on?
When it comes to our personal health, we might take vitamins or go to the gym (or at least pay for a gym membership and set an alarm and plan to go). So what do we do for our cars to make sure their engines stay healthy so they can get us where we're going for years to come?
Most of us don't think about our car's suspension until a problem suddenly gets our attention. Then it's impossible to think about anything else when you're driving down the highway.
Have you been taking your car or truck to a dealership but are wondering what to do now that the new-car or dealership-extended warranty has expired?
Hybrid and electric cars have become popular for many people over the past decade as concerns regarding the environment and fuel efficiency drive increasingly drive consumer choices. Switching to a hybrid vehicle comes with several incredible benefits when it comes to paying at the pump and reducing your impact on the environment. Hybrid vehicles aren’t just an economically good choice over the long run, they are also a socially conscious way to contribute to fewer emissions and lessen your fossil fuel consumption.
There is a common assumption that to preserve the warranty on your purchased or leased car, you must take it into the dealership for any necessary work, whether it's repairs or routine maintenance. Perhaps you were even told this by the dealer that sold you a car.