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August Newsletter

August Newsletter

AUGUST TIP As vehicles begin to age, they tend to require more repair and service as internal parts start to wear down and become less effective. This is why preventative maintenance is so important with older vehicles. Regular service will keep your older vehicle reliable on the road and save you money over time on repairs. Your driving environment can also make your oil deteriorate faster so we recommend you check your oil regularly. If you aren’t sure how to check your own oil, watch this quick video to see how to check your oil. Or just stop by and we can do it for you! HAPPENING ONLINE I think July may have set a monthly record for reviews AND referrals! Shout out to July reviewers for leaving 5-star reviews: Kara N, Eugene L, Angie C, Andrew S, Lisa H, Angel S, Alia G, Aaron S, Will W, Tory J, Jaden W, Denise H, and Eduard ... read more

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July Newsletter

July Newsletter

July in Colorado is rainy season! And July is often when Colorado drivers discover that their windshield wipers are not up to snuff. Typically, wipers can last from 6 months up to a year. You’ll know they need to be replaced when they aren’t clearing well - they skip, streak, squeak, or smear – and are impairing visibility, rather than making it better. Watch this video to learn 5 TIPS to help your windshield wipers last longer! And should you discover that YOUR windshield wipers need to be replaced, we keep them on hand at the shop. Just stop by and we will insta ... read more

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June Newsletter

June Newsletter

          JUNE TIP Air conditioning becomes a BIG priority when we start reaching 80-90 degree days. If you are sweating on your commute or are planning a road trip, be sure that the a/c is performing at its best. The serpentine belt, cooling system, a/c compressor performance, freon levels, leaks, and even dirty cabin air filters are all factors in ensuring maximum comfort on a hot day. (Side note: if your engine is overheating, it will affect the efficiency of the air conditioning.) Watch this video to learn a bit more about the diagnostic process and how testing various components helps to ensure you keep cool all summer long.  HAPPENING ONLINE Shout out to May ... read more

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May Newsletter

May Newsletter

MAY TIP Breathe easier – check your cabin air filter. If it is dirty, do yourself, your passengers and even your engine a get a new one! The cabin air filter is what prevents allergens, dust, odors, and fumes from circulating throughout the passenger compartment. If out and about these days and wearing a mask, the FIRST thing you do when you get in the car is rip off that mask! Make the air you breathe clean and pleasant! Generally, the cabin air filter should be replaced at least once a year, or every 12k-15k miles. In this video, Edgar compares a dirty cabin air filter with a clean one (and is sporting his special COVID-19 hairstyle ��).   HAPPENING ONLINE Shout out to April reviewers for leaving 5-star reviews: Richard Shelton, Derek Deiter, Keit ... read more

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April Newsletter

April Newsletter

APRIL TIP Start or drive your car once a week. I know, sounds like a no-brainer, but with the shelter in place laws and many of us working from home, vehicles aren’t being driven much. What could be forgotten is the fact that your vehicle needs to be started and the fluids to warm up and run through the various systems to avoid future problems. Battery, tires, fuel, brakes, and oil are all elements that need to be monitored. Read this wonderfully brief article to learn more! If you have multiple vehicles, rotate which one you take out for those essential outings. And if you want to be reassured, just brin ... read more

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March Newsletter

March Newsletter

March TIP   So far, the government has deemed auto repair an essential service. We plan to remain open until we are advised to close and have added extra precautionary measures to ensure safety to our customers and our team including steering wheel covers, seat covers, and floor mats. We are, of course, frequently washing hands and wearing gloves, disinfecting keys and fobs, and cleaning high traffic areas (door handles, counter, phones, etc). We've reduced seating options in the lobby and are encouraging customers to drop off cars and pickup later; we can eliminate face to face interactions by using text and email, sending digital inspections with videos and photos, accept payment on our website, and send invoices via email and/or text. We are adding pickup and delivery service to those who need it, ESPECIALLY first responders, medical professionals, and other essential businesses and employees. Please call for availability. Click ... read more

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