Category: Auto Service

Mar 22

Fuel Efficiency Tips for Spring and Summer

Your fuel economy is actually best in warm weather because your engine warms up so much more quickly than when it’s cold, so you’ll probably notice you’re using less gas in the next couple of months. However, there are factors that can reduce fuel economy, so follow these fuel efficiency tips to get the best …

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Jul 31

Car Cleaning Tips

car cleaning tips

Cleaning out your car is always a hassle. Many drivers put it off until they can’t any longer. While some may settle for the bare minimum, others enjoy a spotless vehicle. Whether you’re one of them or not, here are a few car cleaning tips for you to keep your vehicle squeaky clean! Shampoo the …

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Oct 22

Beepi Sells Used Cars to Smartphone Generation

In a society where almost everyone has a smartphone, it’s not surprising that many people use this technology to buy or sell their used cars. Beepi Inc., a website that allows users to buy and sell used cars, has decided to take advantage of consumers who use smartphones in their car buying process, raising $60 …

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Jan 24

Save Some Money at the Tank With These Gas Saving Tips

Gas Saving Tips

Gas prices are constantly on the rise, and unfortunately we just have to accept the fact and pay for it. So, why not try to save yourself a little extra cash, and follow some gas saving tips you don’t normally do. Gas Saving Tips from Pfeiffer Used Cars Get a Hybrid/Electric Vehicle – we know …

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Oct 30

Car Storage Tips

With winter right around the corner, many car owners are preparing their vehicles for storage during the cold and often nasty weather.  However, before you put your ride away for the season, there are several maintenance and care tips you want to complete prior to storage to ensure your car is in tip top shape …

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Oct 16

Five Tools You Should Have in Your Car

Since October is National Car Care Month, we decided to do something a little different, maybe something you wouldn’t expect, but still has to do with caring for your car. While there are certain things you should have in your car in case of a roadside emergency, there are also a few tools you should …

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Aug 22

Toyota Recalls 342,000 Tacomas Due to Faulty Seatbelts

Toyota announced a voluntary recall of more than 342,000 Tacoma Access Cab pickups between the years of 2004 and 2011. This recall is due to faulty seatbelt pretensioners coming loose in drivers’ and passengers’ seatbelts. This is a potential threat during an accident due to seatbelt not being properly fastened into the vehicle. This recall …

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Apr 12

To Service, or not to Service…That’s the Question!

April is National Car Care Month; have you given your car the attention it deserves? We all know that when you take care of your car, your car will take care of you, so here are the top five things you should be checking this spring to keep your car in tip top shape! Check …

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Dec 13

Consumer Reports’ Top Winter Tire Picks

As winter weather arrives, temperatures continue to drop, and roads become icy and snow covered, many drivers begin to question the need for winter tires and wonder which tires are best for their particular vehicle.  To help answer these questions we turned to Consumer Reports, which has not only tested practically every tire on the …

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Nov 01

Tips to Avoid Flood Damaged Cars

Spotting flood damage on a used car can be difficult and can cause major issues down the road if missed.  Many vehicles were damaged during Hurricane Sandy, most beyond repair, but others will find their way back on the roads.  Even if the damage is not immediately evident, corrosion can continue and cost new owners …

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