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Choosing the Right Tires for Your Car

April 28th, 2016 by

When choosing new tires consider: The type of vehicle you drive Where you drive, highway, city, back roads, off road Length of daily driving What type of vehicle do you drive? Hybrids: Chevy Volt, Toyota Prius, Honda Insight, BMW i3   To get the best gas mileage from your Hybrid vehicle you must have low rolling resistance

How Do I Get My Car Ready for Winter?

October 28th, 2015 by

Winter weather brings cold temperatures and sometimes dangerous driving conditions. Long before the temperature turns cold you can prepare your vehicle for comfortable and safer Winter driving. In November and early December we recommend: 1. Measuring Tire Tread depths 2. Testing your Battery 3. Inspecting Windshield wiper blades 4. Inspecting the Windshield for chips and

March Car Care Tips

March 1st, 2015 by

The ice is thawing and Spring in the air… Warmer weather will be here soon. Don’t give up on your New Year’s Resolution. Keep up with your car maintenance and get ready for the coming Spring season. Following Winter’s harsh weather you may experience poor road conditions and notice your vehicle needs a little TLC.

The Top Five of Tire Safety

June 6th, 2014 by

As we wrap up Tire Safety Week today here’s what you really need to know about your tires and staying safe on the road: Regularly inspect your tires for punctures and tread wear, finding damage early can prevent tire replacement if the hole or tear can be safely patched. Rotate your tires at every other

5 Ways to Keep your Vehicle Running Better for Longer

March 17th, 2014 by

f Vehicle Maintenance Tips from Titan Auto & Tire Auto maintenance can seem daunting at times and easy to forget. Simple maintenance and practices are what will keep your vehicle running at its best. Below are 5 easy ways you can take care of your vehicle. Oil Change -Engine oil protects components by coating them

True Cost of a New Car

February 11th, 2014 by

The thought of a new vehicle is exciting; no more repairs, better gas mileage, a great looking new ride. And while getting more miles per gallon sounds appealing the truth is that better gas mileage will only save you a few dollars at the pump. A new vehicle comes with a new monthly payment and higher