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Don't Scrimp on Vehicle Maintenance by Tony Molla Technician certification organization ASE surveys show a well-maintained vehicle not only lasts longer, it retains more of its resale value. With a sluggish economic recovery and today’s consumers watching their finances carefully, it’s no surprise that the average age of vehicles in the United States is more than 11 years old, according to automotive research firm R.L. Polk and Co. With motorists holding on to... + read more
Everyone knows you shouldnt text and drive. Its common sense not to take your eyes off the road. Or so you would think. Many of us are gulilty, many more of us don't even understand why. When your driving, youre suppose to keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. We have become so comfortable driving that it has made us too confident. We think we can drive with our knees, or talk on the phone during an activity that puts our lives much less others around us at risk. ... + read more
National Tire Safety Week Maintaining your tires is one of the most important things you can do for vehicle maintaince. Your safety depends on it. always give your tires the once over before starting your daily journey. check for low tires, cracks rims, uneven wear. Pressure – Correct tire pressure is good to your wallet and the environment as properly inflated tires can improve gas mileage by three percent or ten cents per gallon. Underinflated tires are under stress and wear... + read more
With this Memorial Day weekend coming, police will be sure to crack down on seat belts. Starting May 18th through June 3rd Indianapolis Police and Indiana State Troopers are cracking down on seat belt laws. In fact during Memorial weekend police agencies across the country are conducting special day and night patrols to identify and ticket unrestrained drivers and passengers. Reason being is that last year in Indiana there were over 3,300 crashes involving unrestrained drivers and occupants... + read more