How Often Should You Have an Oil Change?

October 29th, 2019 by
importance of an oil change

It’s ingrained to us from an early age that if you want your car to turn for years and years, then you need to get an oil change every 3,000 miles. When you get your oil changed, and they give you the little sticker for your window, it’s almost always set at a 3,000M/5,000KM interval…

Buying a New Car vs Used Car: Which Option Is More Worth It?

September 4th, 2019 by
New vs Used Cars

Buying a New Car vs Used Car: Which Option Is More Worth It? For many of us, it’s a delicate conundrum. Do we spend our hard-earned money on a used car or a brand new one straight off the lot? Which is worth more in the long run? The new car vs used car debate…

Tips for Selling Your Car Privately

April 8th, 2019 by

  The fastest and easiest way to get rid of your car is to trade it in for a new vehicle. However, even though this way is quick and easy, it is not always the best way if you’re not interested in coming home with a brand new car from your local car dealer.  …

Silverado 1500 vs Silverado 2500HD – Learn the Differences

March 13th, 2019 by
2019 Chevrolet 2500HD Vs Chevrolet 1500

  If you’ve already read our tips to purchase your next pickup truck and concluded a pickup truck is the right kind of vehicle for you, the next question is usually which one is best? That’s a good question, but it’s one you can’t give a single answer to. What works great for one person…

All Season vs. Winter Tires – What’s the Difference?

October 14th, 2018 by
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  Are All Season or Winter Tires The Right Choice For You? This is one of the most frequently asked questions we receive from our customers looking to make the best choice possible when purchasing their next set of tires. They are concerned about the best kind of tire types to use on their car in…

Manual vs Automatic Transmission – Advantages and Disadvantages

September 21st, 2018 by
Manual Vs. Automatic Transmission

Perhaps you’ve seen a bumper sticker proclaiming “Save the Manuals” or featuring a manual shift pattern. While manual transmissions are becoming an endangered species, a cult following viciously advocates for their preservation. The problem is these manual disciples can sometimes get a little too fanatical, making them poor resources for facts about how stick shifts…

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(204) 376-2342
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