• September

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    DYK – The Parking Brake

    DYK – The Parking Brake

    The worst danger of driving in heavy rain is hydroplaning. Hydroplaning is what happens when your car loses traction due to a large buildup of water under the tires. Usually your tire treads can channel their way through the water in front of them and keep in contact with the surface of the road. When
    • February

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      2019
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    How to Check Brake Fluid

    How to Check Brake Fluid

    Most car owners have experiencing in checking and replacing wiper fluid and coolant. But have you ever checked or replaced your brake fluid? If not, it’s pretty easy… In most cars the brake fluid reservoir is at the back of the engine, right in front of the driver. Check the fluid level. There are min
    • December

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    Frosted Window Hack

    Frosted Window Hack

    So it’s a wintery morning and you’re running a few minute behind getting out the door. You get to your car and the windshield and windows are covered in frost. Now you’re running even later because you have to scrape all of the windows. Sound familiar? We found a great hack for preventing frosted windows!
    • October

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    Tire Pressure During Colder Months

    Tire Pressure During Colder Months

    As the colder months approach, it’s important to be aware of your tire pressure. Just as at the beginning of the summer season, you’ll want to make sure you have the right tire pressure throughout the colder fall and winter months. Cold air can cause tires to lose pressure around 1psi per 10 degree drop.
    • June

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    Tire Blowout Season

    Tire Blowout Season

    As the roads heat up the pavement can hit 140 degrees or more. That hot pavement can generate enough heat to cause your tires to blow out. So as the Summer begins to heat up: Check your tire pressure Check your tread levels Check the weight load Locally, Les Schwab and other tire shops will
    • May

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    Why Do We Have a Parking Brake?

    Why Do We Have a Parking Brake?

    If you don’t live in a hilly region, odds are you don’t often use your parking, or emergency brake. The parking brake helps keep the transmission in place while the car is parked in stopped, and puts a stronger hold than simply putting it in park. The brake bypasses the hydraulic braking system, stops the

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