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Yes, we’re open! Car Sales at V&F Auto Sales

April 30th, 2020 by

Yes… we’re open! V&F Auto Sales is a full-service dealership with deep-rooted ties to the community. We offer numerous financing options—from local credit unions to well-known banks—so we can get you in a vehicle, and make sure you stay safe on the road. This week we’re showcasing some of the top listings from our current

Getting Back on the Road: Maintenance During COVID-19

April 28th, 2020 by

With many cars sitting for an extended period as we battle the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to pay special attention to signs that your vehicle needs maintenance. Here are a few pointers: Listen up! If you haven’t driven anywhere in a while, you’ll be hyper-aware of any unusual sounds that are coming from your engine—even

Pre-season Motorcycle Maintenance Tips | Part Three

April 17th, 2020 by

An annual favorite of our readers, this guide was originally published in April 2019. Now that we’ve reviewed the pre-season maintenance, let’s talk about the first ride. The springtime debut of your bike is an exciting experience, but there are a few things to keep in mind: Plan Your Route Before you hit the road,

Pre-season Motorcycle Maintenance Tips | Part Two

April 15th, 2020 by

An annual favorite of our readers, this guide was originally published in April 2019. With spring officially here, it’s time to bring those bikes out of hibernation! In our last article, we reviewed some basic preseason maintenance but we’re not done yet. Don’t forget to check these things before you hit the road: Oil If

Pre-season Motorcycle Maintenance Tips | Part One

April 13th, 2020 by

An annual favorite of our readers, this guide was originally published in April 2019. Now that spring is officially here, it’s time to bring those bikes out of hibernation. Here are a few things you should check before you hit the road: Brakes If your bike has been laid up for four or five months,

Uneven Tire Wear: Signs and Symptoms

April 2nd, 2020 by

Uneven tire wear can be caused by a variety of things. Here are a few of the most common culprits: Overinflation or Underinflation Maintaining proper tire inflation is critical to tire health. If the center of the tire is starting more quickly than the edges, the tire is likely overinflated; if both outer edges are