Tips On Taking Care of Your Car If You’re Not Using It

As a small business facing a global pandemic, we understand how difficult this time is for everyone here in Myrtle Beach and around the world. While most people are staying home and doing their part to stop the spread of the COVID-19, that leaves the roads empty and cars parked for longer periods of time. That’s why, our team here…

How To Tell If Your Tire Is Leaking Air

Nothing is more annoying than seeing your tire pressure light come on when you crank your car up. Is it because of the change in temperature or could it be because there’s a leak in one of your tires? This best way to tell if it’s the weather or a leak is by re-inflating your tire and watch to see…

Why Is My Car Not Starting?

Picture this: you head out the door on the way to work, you make it to your car only to realize it won’t start. Now what? As frustrating as this can be, most car owners have experienced this at some point. While there could be hundreds of reasons why your car won’t start, some are more common than others. Don’t…

5 Tips To Improve Your Car’s Gas Mileage

Cars have gone from a privilege to a modern necessity in everyday life. From long road trips to traveling back and forth to work every day, gas mileage can start to add up! Most people don’t realize that your driving habits play a big part in how much and how fast your car consumes gasoline. Whether you’re trying to save…

What To Do If Your Tire Blows Out

Whether you’re driving down a back road at 10 mph or the interstate at 80 mph, a tire blow out can be a very scary situation for all drivers. First, you’ll head a loud BOOM, then a sudden jerk and feel the car pull to one side, followed by a flapping sound. To new and inexperienced drivers, this situation can…

Tips For Safe Driving This Holiday Season

‘Tis the season for traveling! Whether it be for Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s, there is a good chance that you will be driving somewhere over the next month. Wherever you are going, it’s important to be prepared for the road (pun intended) ahead. Continue reading for a few tips for safe driving this holiday season! Plan Ahead! When going…

What Happens To Your Car When You Miss An Oil Change

When we get our driver’s license, someone in our family usually teaches us basic car maintenance – how to check your tire pressure, fluid levels, meaning of dashboard lights etc. And of course to keep up with routine oil changes. The old rule of thumb was every 3,000 miles, but because of advancements in motor oil over the years, and…

Assembling an Emergency Roadside Kit

Car accident, flat tire, over heating, dead batter, bad weather – whatever the situation is, being stranded on the side of the road waiting for help can be a frightening experience.  You can make this unfortunate incident less unnerving by preparing for emergency situations proactively.  Here are some basics to get you started to handle common situations:   First aid…

Tips For Tire Maintenance – Be Travel Ready!

Your car can meet all the top safety specifications and being highly rated, but if you are driving on unfit tires, your safety is at risk. Your tires are where the rubber meets the road (literally) and carries your most precious cargo from Point A to Point B, whether that is just to the grocery store or on a cross-country…

Car Washing Tips

It is always good to keep your car clean, but summer is the time to shine. With sun brighter, you want your ride to have a pristine gleam to it, but how do you obtain it without living at the carwash and spending half a day scrubbing and buffing? Here are some car washing tips for keeping your car show…