Car Care Tips

17 Jan Clean the Inside of Your Car: Detailing Secrets for a Professional Result

Wintertime can make it difficult to keep your vehicle clean. Sometimes, the temperatures are too cold for a wash and other times the temps are just warm for a wash, but also warm enough to melt the snow to a slushy mud that splashes the underside and lower panels....

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17 Jan TPMS Light Coming On in Cold Weather?

If your TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) warning light goes on during a cold snap, it may not mean your tire has a leak. Tire pressure can decrease about 1 PSI (pound per square inch) for every 10 degrees the temperature drops. It's not that more...

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18 Sep Windshield Wiper Blades: When It’s Time to Replace, and How to Do It…

Summertime will soon come to a close, and the fall/winter weather will present certain driving challenges. Oftentimes our vehicle’s windshield wiper blades are worn out and need to be replaced, and we don’t find out until it’s too late, in the middle of a bad storm, and there is...

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10 May Detailing: Simple and Effective with the Right Tools

You don’t often have to detail (Detail, for those who don’t know, is a meticulous cleaning of both the interior and exterior of a vehicle) an entire vehicle, although some of us have dirtier vehicles than others. And a detail job performed once every year...

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09 Jan Windshield Defrost: Strategies to Keep your Windshield Clear of Fog and Ice/Snow

Everyday windshield scraping is an almost sacred practice in Montana in winter. And the problem oftentimes is that once you remove the ice and snow from the outside of the windows/windshield and you get back into the vehicle, suddenly the heat from your body or...

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08 Sep Jump Start a Car Battery: Do It the Right Way

Here’s the scenario: you put your key into the ignition, turn the key, and nothing happens—maybe there’s a faint clicking sound. You go to the trunk and remove the battery jumper cables (hopefully you are prepared enough to have stored jumper cables in your vehicle’s...

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