Car Seat Safety Tips

In honor of Child Passenger Safety Week, we wanted to share a few tips to help you keep your little ones safe on the road. Here are our top four: 1) Ensure all straps are snug and fitted properly. Car seat straps shouldn’t sag or have any slack. While you don’t want them so tight

Finding the Right Car Seat for Your Child

This week is Child Passenger Safety Week! Whenever you’re on the road, make sure children are properly buckled in in a car seat, booster seat, or seat belt, whichever is appropriate for their age, height, and weight. Here is a quick guide from the CDC to help you figure out the best choice for your

Bushings 101: What you need to know

Most car owners probably don’t even know what bushings are. They may sound silly to you, but these components are essential for vehicle suspension. Bushings provide a boundary between car components to insulation vibration. They reduce the energy being transmitted from one moving component to another which, in turn, significantly reduces vibration and keeps the

Motorcycle Maintenance: Oil Changes

The most important maintenance service on most any vehicle is the oil change and oil filter change, which protect and preserve your motorcycle’s engine. The oil inside your engine lubricates and protects it. You want that oil to be in the best condition it can be, so it can do its job effectively. Over time,

The Truth Premium Fuel

Premium gas usually has an octane level of 92 or 93, while regular gas has an octane level of 87. It’s designed to prevent knock on cars with high compression ratios- a compression ratio being the volume inside the cylinder that is displaced when the piston moves. If you use low-octane gas on a car