Archive for the ‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

What Does the Blinking “Maintenance Required” Light Mean in My Toyota?

Thursday, March 14th, 2019
What does the "maintenance required" light mean in my Toyota Vehicle?, text on an image of red vehicle warning lights against a black background

No matter what kind of driver you are eventually your Toyota car, truck, or SUV will require service and repair.  Staying on top of oil changes and routine maintenance helps to reduce unforeseen issue with your vehicle but it doesn’t guarantee that you won’t have the unexpected repair arise.  Then there is the dreaded day when you start your Toyota vehicle and your dashboard warning lights sparkle like it’s the Fourth of July.  One of the most common warning lights in late-model Toyota’s is the “maintenance required” light.  Find out exactly what the blinking “maintenance required” light means in your Toyota below. (more…)

How do you Change a Flat Tire?

Thursday, July 19th, 2018
person changing car tire

There’s no way around it, flat tires suck. No one wants to get one, so it is important to take precautions to prevent it from happening. But what if it does happen? Do you know how to change a flat tire?

Surprisingly, a lot of people do not know how to change a flat. But that’s okay, we are here to help! Keep reading below for a simple step by step guide on how to change out a flat tire. (more…)

Is it Illegal to Drive with Your Dog in Texas?

Monday, June 25th, 2018
dog riding in the front seat of car with head out window

Although there are no actual laws clearly stating that it is illegal to drive without your dog harnessed in the car, it can still be very dangerous. Dogs are man’s best friend and because of that, they usually want all your attention every chance they get. Dogs don’t understand that distracting you while driving could be fatal to both of you.

Driving with your dog can be enjoyable while also being safe. Keep reading to learn some tips for the next time you drive with your dog in the car. (more…)

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