Your car’s dashboard has an array of neat little icons that light up to let you know when something is wrong with the car. Of course, some of those icons are a bit confusing. What do they mean, and what should you do when one lights up? Read on to find out.   Oil Light…

Gasoline may keep it running, but oil is the lifeblood of your vehicle. Oil is essential for keeping the many components of the engine working efficiently, and it helps reduce the accumulation of varnish and carbon from collecting on the engine. The internal combustion engine is exactly what it sounds like; thousands of tiny explosions…

You hop into your car without a care in the world, put the key in the ignition and start the engine. That’s when your day takes a turn. The check engine light is on, and you have no clue why. Is there something seriously wrong with your car? It’s driving fine, but is there something…

Summer is just around the corner! That means beautiful weather, driving with the top down, and with no snow or ice on the roads there’s less chance of getting into an accident! Wrong! Well, wrong about the accident part, anyway. It seems unlikely that Summer driving would be more dangerous than driving in a winter…

Whether you are purchasing a new vehicle or a used one, you are likely to hear about the recommended factory maintenance schedule for that vehicle. This schedule is often nicknamed 30/60/90K maintenance because as a rule of thumb, most vehicles need this maintenance service every 30,000 miles or so; but the actual recommended schedule can be…

Even though winter may not exactly be harsh in Central Florida, the colder months do have a impact, and now is the time to “thank” our hard-working vehicles for their great winter performance with a maintenance overhaul. There are plenty of things you can do yourself to help your vehicle get back to 100%, but…

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