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Tuesday, February 18 2020
Pre-Spring Car Maintenance Check

As the ice melts and the sun shines stronger, it’s important to take the time to properly maintain your car.

Just like anything in this world, cars need to be looked after and cared for. Or, you end up with a headache of emergency fixes later on.  If you want your car to last longer, get your car ready for spring with these 8 steps.

Think of it as a checklist!

  1. Have your oil checked.

This is really something you should do on the regular. But, if you haven’t had the chance recently- check your oil now. A low oil tank can really harm a car. Not to mention, leave you stranded on the highway with no way out but AAA. Don’t let that happen, and go for an oil change in time for the nice spring weather.

  1. Check your tire pressure.

Similarly, low tire pressure is never something to let sit. Whether your car’s tire pressure light has been flashing or not, it’s always smart to check your tires before you start on your springtime road trips. Many car mechanics or gas stations will do a free tire pressure check. But if not, the cost is extremely minimal.

  1. Get your windows tinted.

Before it gets too sunny, get your windows tinted to protect both you and your car. Tinted windows help you drive saver by diminishing the sun’s glare. Additionally, tinted windows protect your skin and car furnishing from otherwise harmful UV rays.

  1. Buy a remote car starter.

It’s never too late to buy a remote car starter. Remote car starters allow you to unlock your car and get the AC going, so you never have to stand out in the heat fumbling for keys. Some remote starters even come with GPS capabilities, which let you track your car in case of a break-in.

  1. Clean your car.

Wash it down on the outside, and vacuum it on the inside. Winter is a long season. So, debris tends to accumulate both outside and inside the car. Start the spring season fresh with a fresh feeling car.

  1. Spruce up the paint.

If you have any scratches on your car, now is the time to fill them in. Some marks you can touch-up yourself if you have the right tools. Otherwise, take your car in to your local mechanic for a full paint fix up. It’s best to have the paint fixed now while the snow is off the car, but before the pollen starts to settle.

  1. Work out the kinks.

Now is also a great time to finally get to all the small things in your car that need tending to. Things like: cracks in the mirrors, a broken radio, ripped up upholstery, etc.

  1. Be sure the AC is working.

The last thing you want is for the spring and summer heat to hit and your AC is broken. Things often have a way of breaking when they aren’t being used. After a long winter of only using the heat, check that your car’s air conditioning is working properly with no leaks or rumblings.

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Wednesday, February 12 2020
7 Great Benefits of Getting a Remote Starter

7 Great Benefits of Getting a Remote Starter

Remote car starters are all the rage now. Not only do many cars come with their own remote starters, but many car mechanics actually sell other, more technologically advanced ones too. Which begs the question to be asked: is this just a fad soon to leave the markets? Or, are remote car starters something actually worth investing in?

Here are 7 pros of buying a remote car starter:

  1. You can heat your car in advance.

Placing your hands on a freezing cold steering wheel is one of the most uncomfortable sensations. More than that, the cold can cause lasting finger aches and stiffness. Which, in turn, can make driving even more difficult. A remote car starter allows you to protect your fingers by turning up the heat before you have to drive.

  1. You can cool your car in advance.

Similarly, having to put your hands a burning hot steering wheel is also not a very enjoyable feeling. With a remote car starter, you can turn on your car and get it cooling before you even take a seat.

  1. You don’t have to fumble for keys in bad weather.

How many times have you been caught outside your car in a heat wave or a snow storm while you search for your keys? Probably too many to count. It’s so common, that most people don’t even realize there’s an easy solution. Car starters allow you to unlock your car and get the car going from a distance. Which practically means, you don’t have to stand outside trying to get your car unlocked.

  1. You can defrost your windows without manual labor.

When it’s cold and snowy out, the last thing you want to have to do is manually brush and scrape your windshields. Especially, if you’re in a morning rush. With a remote starter, the car’s heating does the work for you, so you can avoid the manual labor.

  1. You can locate your car easily.

When you’re struggling to find your car in a large parking lot or big crowd, a car remote can help you easily. Just press the sound button, and listen closely. You’ll find your car in no time.

  1. You can track where your car goes.

This is a great security measure for your car. In the unfortunate event that your car is stolen, a remote car starter with a built-in GPS will allow you to track your car. This means, that you can alert the police to exactly where the thieves have taken your car, so you can get your property back in no time.

  1. You can better care for your engine.

It’s widely known that cranking up the AC or heat moments after the car has been turned on is not great for the car’s engine. Remote car starters let you take better care of your engine when you use them to preheat or precool your car. This way your engine has time to warm up in advance.

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