Category: Tips and tricks

Drive Safely This Winter

man adjusting and cleaning wipers of car in snowy weather
It’s common knowledge that driving in the winter can be dangerous due to factors such as snow and ice on the road. Getting your vehicle ready for winter road conditions is easy when you follow these recommendations from the pros at Bridgestone!  What To Do: Check your battery - As the... [read more]

Get A Quick Oil Change Near Greenville, NC!

Refueling and pouring oil quality into the engine motor car Transmission and Maintenance Gear
Oftentimes, people overlook oil changes because there aren't any obvious symptoms. However, Just because your car seems to be running fine doesn't mean everything's fine under the hood. Skip oil changes and your engine's going to pay the price - leading to costly and avoidable damage. Let’s explore why it’s... [read more]

Take Care Of Your Car This Fall

Car wiper blades clean snow from car windows. Flakes of snow covered the car with a thick layer. Safe driving with working wipers and clean windshield.
Did you know that October is National Fall Car Care Month? This month is a perfect time for you to start planning for driving in the rain, snow, and icy conditions. Everyone drives in some sort of wet weather at some point, so keeping your tires in tip-top shape is... [read more]

How To Get Your Car To 200,000 Miles

Close up of man crouching while inflating tire.
How great would it be to feel safe, comfortable, and happy with your vehicle even after 200,000 miles? It’s certainly possible, but only if you do your part with care, maintenance, and upkeep. While this used to be unheard of, drivers are now keeping their cars longer and expecting them... [read more]

Why You Should Change Your Oil Regularly

Mechanic demonstrating an oil change.
Everyone hates it when the check engine light comes on. It’s never good, but fortunately more times than not it’s your car letting you know that the oil needs to be replaced. Granted, no one likes to spend time or money on their vehicle’s upkeep, the alternative could be far... [read more]