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  1. Holiday Road Trip Three Ps That Won’t Bust the Budget

    With the holiday season upon us, many Americans are stretching their dollars to make a trip home for the holidays. While driving is the thrifty option, unexpected vehicle repairs can bust your budget this time of year. The non-profit Car Care Council advises motorists planning a road trip over the holidays to follow the three READ MORE »

  2. October Is Fall Car Care Month: A Little Auto Care Goes A Long Way

    Basic auto care goes a long way toward improving the safety and dependability of a vehicle. Whether you do it yourself or visit a trusted professional technician, the non-profit Car Care Council recommends 10 Fall Car Care Month maintenance procedures to help make sure your car is operating at its best before winter arrives. “Fall READ MORE »

  3. Roadside Emergency Kit a Perfect Gift for the College Bound

    School is almost back in session and students across the country will soon be packing up their cars and heading off to college. If you are searching for that perfect gift for the college-bound kid in your life, the Car Care Council suggests putting together a roadside emergency kit. “A roadside kit is easy to READ MORE »

  4. Women in Auto Care 2017 Winter Leadership Conference Feb. 15-16, 2017 | The Anaheim Marriott | 700 West Convention Way Anaheim, Calif. Conference Speakers Wednesday, Feb. 15 | 1 P.M. -5 P.M. Thursday, Feb 16 | 8 A.M. -5 P.M. Register Now! Agenda Featuring Rhonda Waters Waters Learning & Development Being Your Best Self:  Leveraging Your Strengths READ MORE »
  5. National Car Care Month: Headlight Maintenance 101

    When is the last time you changed your headlights? April is the perfect time to get your vehicle ready for spring and summer, when most road travel occurs. Not only does April mark the end of winter, but it’s also National Car Care Month. While many focus on oil changes, brake pads and tire pressure READ MORE »

  6. It’s Pothole Season: You May Be In For A Bumpy Ride

    As winter winds down and the weather gets warmer, motorists will see more potholes on the roadways and avoiding them can be a real challenge. If you hit a pothole, the non-profit Car Care Council recommends watching for three warning signs to determine if your vehicle has been damaged. Loss of control, swaying when making READ MORE »

  7. Can Your Car Weather the Storm?

    While last year’s brutal winter may seem like a distant memory, severe weather is on its way. The Car Care Council reminds drivers to ready their vehicles for the rough conditions ahead. “Vehicle service is always more convenient when you do it on your own schedule. An investment of an hour or so to have READ MORE »

  8. Seasons: Fall Car Care

    These fall car care tips are easy to share! Help educate drivers about the importance of preventative vehicle maintenance during the fall season to get their vehicle ready for winter. Download and share on your website and social media channels. Find more information on fall car care here.                                READ MORE »

  9. Women’s Board Scholarship Strides

      What: 5K / 1 Mile Fun Run or Relay When: Wednesday February 10, 5:30p.m. Where: Caribe Royale in Orlando, Fla. | Winter 2016 Leadership Conference Join the Women’s Board at the next Leadership Conference for a 5K fun run/walk benefiting the scholarship program! Sign up as an individual or team and get fundraising! Conference attendance is not required to fundraise or READ MORE »

  10. Lights Out? Check Vehicle Lighting

    Fall is here and its arrival means fewer hours of daylight and upcoming holiday travel. Before hitting the road, it is a wise idea to make sure your vehicle’s lights are in proper working order, says the non-profit Car Care Council. “Lights play a critical role in safe driving, as the chance of an accident READ MORE »