When you're behind the wheel, there are things that are within your control and things that are outside your control. The level of safety the vehicle you drive has is something you choose. Ever since car safety ratings started showing up in the late 1970s, consumers have been using them to make their purchasing decisions, and vehicle manufacturers have continuously worked to create safer vehicles. Staying safe on the road matters.
Since vehicle safety has come such a long way in the last few years and decades, here's a look at the evolution of seatbelt safety, crumple zones, and backup cameras.
With every new year comes a new car buying experience. That's because every year brings with it newer technology, consumer preferences, and industry regulations. All of these things work together to influence what is and isn't included in the newest vehicle models. Since we're right at the beginning of a new model year, let's take a look at 2018's biggest vehicle trends.
Car problems sure can derail your plans, but thankfully they don't have to. Most of the time, your vehicle will let you know when something isn't quite right. Whether it comes in the form of a sound, a shake, a smell, or something else entirely, your vehicle has its way of letting you know it needs attention. To help you uncover any issues your vehicle might be dealing with, we put together an infographic on the most common car problems and how to fix them. Check it
To keep your car happy, healthy, and running well past its prime, preventative maintenance is critical. The infographic below outlines some items you should be doing on a regular basis.
One of the most exciting things about living in Minnesota is the opportunity to experience all four seasons. We get the growth and blooms of springtime, summer days by the lake, fall foliage people in other regions can only dream of, and winter snowscapes that are perfect for sledding, skiing, and sipping hot cocoa.
While every season in Minnesota brings its own joys and activities, they also come with their drawbacks. And, if you ask any Minnesotan about winter, they're likely to bring up driving and road conditions in their list of things they don't love about winter (it usually comes right after they talk about those days where the wind chill is -30 degrees).
For many people, vehicle ownership is simply a necessity. Priorities like getting to work, shopping for groceries, and getting children to and from school and activities are made much easier with the use of a personal vehicle. But when that vehicle needs service, what do you do?
For many drivers, the first line of defense out on the open road is ensuring your tires are in tip-top condition because where the rubber meets the road is the start of a safe journey. Understanding the basics of how long tires last, recognizing the warning signs of a dangerous tire, and knowing about maintenance and repair is critical for a safe ride.
Everybody hates dumping money into their vehicle to get it repaired. It's one of the necessary evils of life. So, we've put together this handy infographic for you. It outlines some of the most common car repairs and what you can expect to pay for them.
A flat tire typically shows up unexpectedly and catapults itself onto the top of your priority list. A flat tire can happen to anyone at any time. It doesn’t matter if you were already running late or if you’re wearing a cocktail dress. Regardless of your situation, the basic mechanics of changing a tire are the same whether you’re working with a car, truck, van, or SUV. Below, I’ve broken down how to change a tire in 10 simple steps.
Here at Miller Auto & Marine, our auto technicians are typically behind the scenes. They're usually busy ensuring your vehicles are operating in tip top shape and diagnosing the source of that peculiar rattle you only hear during left turns. But for all that they do for our company and our customers, our Miller Auto Techs deserve a little time in the spotlight. Today, I'm featuring a Miller technician who's been serving up a 5-Star Experience for the past eight years: Michelle Bunnell.
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