Your Questions
 
This folder is still under construction and with time we hope to be able to answer many of the more popular questions we here from our customers.  Please let me know if you have an issue or question that you would like to see featured here.
 

 
 

Q.  CAN I STOP BY AND GET THE AIR CHECKED IN MY TIRES?
 
A.  PLEASE DO !   You are welcome to stop by anytime we're open (7:30am - 5:30pm Mon-Sat) and in just a couple of minutes we'll set your tires to the recommeded inflation.  These couple of minutes of your time will translate into the benefits of safety and economy.  Properly inflated tires are critical to extended tire life and better fuel efficiency.re to 
 
 
Q.  DO YOU DO OIL CHANGES AND HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
 
A.  We sure do, and can have you on your way in 30min or less.  Just give us a "heads-up" call (988-0000) and we'll be ready when you arrive to take care of any service needs that you may have.add text.
Q.  IS IT SAFE TO USE A TIRE SEALING PRODUCT ON MY VEHICLE THAT IS EQUIPPED WITH TPMS (TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM) ?

A.  Probably not!  If the tire pressure sensor located on the inside of the tire has a sensor port, the material may seal this port  and prevent the senor from operating properly.  After repairing the tire the sensor would have to be replaced and reprogrammed, all of which can be costly.  




Q.  WITH THE HIGH COST OF FUEL, WHAT MEASURES CAN I TAKE TO GET THE MOST 
OUT OF EVERY GALLON AND NOT SPEND 
A FORTUNE DOING SO?
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A.  First and foremost avoid those advertised gimics.  They just don't work.  Save your money and look to the following:

Get the junk out of the trunk.  It takes 1% additional fuel for every 100lbs of weight in the car. 

Keep those tires properly inflated.

Be sure the alignment is correct.

Maintain a clean air filter.

Change the oil as outlined in your owner's manual using the recommended grade of oil.

Accelerate as if there was an egg between your foot and the gas pedal.

Use cruise control whenever possible and understand that economy really begins to suffer at speeds in excess of 60 mph..

Avoid extended periods of idle such as at banks and drive thru's. 

When possible,  purchase ethenol free fuels.  Gas has more pounce to the ounce than does ethenol.