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What’s The Difference Between Winter Tires and All-Season Tires?

What’s The Difference Between Winter Tires and All-Season Tires?

Photo by Imthaz Ahamed on Unsplash   With winter months closing in, maybe it’s time to consider the winter tires. But, besides their name, what implies that they are the right tire package in their name? After all, All-season tires can handle some winter driving conditions. In this article, we’ll cover and explain the main differences between the two so that you can comfortably choose whether you should switch to winters or not afterward!   What exactly are all-season tires? Many vehicles are equipped with all-season tires straight out of the factory because they can provide a comfortable and satisfying year-round driving experience. The all-season tires can perform well in various conditions ranging from wet roads to ev ... read more

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Help Us Give Thanks Through Toys For Tots

Help Us Give Thanks Through Toys For Tots

Photo by Sandy Millar on Unsplash   With the holiday season approaching, it’s a good time to reflect on our good fortune. We’ve managed to survive during a pandemic, and most of us are working to thrive while looking out for our neighbors. That proves how, when things get tough, it’s humanity’s natural reaction to come together and support each other.    However, some groups of people have never stopped helping those in need, no matter the circumstances. There are some incredible charities out there, and we wouldn’t be lying to you if we say that they have brought back our hopes for the human race!   This year, when you consider organizations to contribute charitably to, we’d like you ... read more

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How to Prepare Your Car for Fall in Easton, PA

How to Prepare Your Car for Fall in Easton, PA

If you've been a vehicle owner for a while now, you know the importance of seasonal car care and maintenance. Each season has different obstacles that your car must face. Fall means chillier weather, leave-covered grounds, shorter days/more driving in the dark, and school back in session. All these things make it a pivotal time to get an inspection of your vehicle. Furthermore, let's not forget those pesky issues that you probably put off this past summer. The heat in Easton, PA probably did a number on your vehicle, which is why the fall season is a time of recovery. Whether you drive a car, SUV, or truck, there's something bound to fix up before the start of the season.    A high-quality tune-up can give your automobile a refresh and prep for the obstacles of fall. We want you to have safe and smooth drives for the rest of 2021, which is why we highly recommend that you execute this maintenance task list for fall: Examine all your tires for treadwear, conditi ... read more

Why Is October A Popular Month To Check Your Brakes?

Why Is October A Popular Month To Check Your Brakes?

Image by Angeline 1 from Pixabay   October is one of the most holiday-packed months of the year! And, no, not just for Halloween! The car community also has much to offer.    Car Care Month: Just like we give extra attention to certain aspects of our lives, this month is time to give our car extra attention! And it’s not just for our enjoyment. It’s for the well-being of others too! A car that is not cared for is a car that can lead to disaster. And we don’t want that to happen, especially in busy months such as October, with teenagers and children running around asking for candy.    Caring for your car can mean a lot of things, however. Sometime ... read more

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What Are the Signs of a Failing Carburetor

What Are the Signs of a Failing Carburetor

Your carburetor is a car component in charge of mixing the appropriate amount of fuel and air to run your vehicle. As you may know, all gas-powered vehicles have to have a precise ratio of both air and fuel. The carburetor is a part of the process that helps manage this balance. In addition, the carburetor is also capable of regulating your engine speed.    There are three common types of carburetors used in vehicles today. They are the same but vary in the number of barrels: 1-barrel carburetor, 2-barrel carburetor, and 4-barrel carburetor. The type of carburetor you have depends on the kind of engine you have. High-performance cars will typically require a higher number of barrel carburetors to provide the necessary amount of fuel.   To stay on top of your vehicle's condition, you need to be able to identify the warning symptoms of a bad carburetor. Black Exhaust Smoke:  If your car is burning more gas than it should, some of it can leak into your cylinde ... read more