June 25th, 2019 by Nicole Palange
Customers call us all the time trying to describe the warning light that’s popped up on the dashboard in their car– and we hear a lot of unique descriptions. Things like: “It looks like a teapot with a raindrop.” Or, “it looks like a turtle inside a circle.” We know it can be frustrating June 20th, 2019 by Nicole Palange
Drive-ins are a nostalgic summer experience and a great activity for the whole family! Here are a few noteworthy drive-ins in New England: Wellfleet Enjoy first run double features every night in the summer at the only Drive-In Theatre on Cape Cod. The Wellfleet Drive-In hosts a 100′ x 44′ screen, FM stereo sound system June 14th, 2019 by Nicole Palange
Uber prides themselves on the quality and ease of their services– so it’s important that their customers have a ride they can trust. That’s why Uber requires all of their drivers to have a mutli-point inspection performed by a trusted automotive facility. In order for your vehicle to be eligible for the road, it needs to June 12th, 2019 by Nicole Palange
Most every car today contains a rechargeable 12-volt battery. This battery powers all of the electrical components in your car, from the engine’s control computer and ignition system, to the radio and headlights. Why did the battery light come on? The battery is vital to the car’s operation but, like all batteries, it will eventually go dead if it’s June 6th, 2019 by Nicole Palange
In Massachusetts, the minimum tire tread depth is 2/32 inches. This means that all of your tires must have at least 2/32 inches of tread depth in the proper grooves, and be without any fabric breaks or exposed cords. New tires typically come with 10/32” or 11/32” tread depths, and some truck, SUV, and winter tires June 4th, 2019 by Nicole Palange
Air conditioner systems require regular maintenance and monitoring, especially during the summer months when we rely on them almost daily. And with the June heat ramping up, it can be tempting to use a cheap, store-bought fix if your AC needs some work. But one-size-fits-all solutions, like self-repair kits, usually do more harm than good.