Need new tires before your summer road trip? Take advantage of Quick Lane's tire rebates on major brand tires beginning in June.
Come into the Quick Lane and purchase a set of four tires with installation and receive up to an $80 mail-in rebate. Purchase using your Quick Lane credit card and you could earn even more.
You’ve been planning your summer vacation for months and made a list of things you can’t forget to do before departing. What about your vehicle’s brakes?
“A vehicle’s brake system carries a big responsibility: ensuring you and your family are safe on the road,” said Tony Molla, vice president of communications at Automotive Service Excellence. “With summer’s heat and long trips, your brakes can take quite a beating.”
Your vehicle is covered with dust and insect goo and needs a bath. You’d like to drag over the hose and spray it clean but are concerned about running up the water bill. Worse, your water district has implemented strict “no water” days for the summer.
Waterless car wash products might be the answer, according to Mike Pennington of Meguiar’s.
A steel moon rises over the saw-toothed horizon. The audience takes its seat and the curtain opens to reveal Sherwood Forest.
Charles Fee watches from stage left as his Shakespeare troupe makes its entrance. Suddenly, an owl swoops overhead. Then a doe strays onto the set, clip-clops across scene and disappears into the indigo night.
Road crews in colorful vests sprout along the nation’s highways just about the same time as seasonal wildflowers. Construction projects mean delays or rerouting when you visit major metropolitan areas and popular national parks.
How can you safely navigate roadway hazards, and where can you go to find information before heading out on the open road?
There’s good news this summer for camping fans: you no longer need to have a truck to pull a travel trailer. In many cases, the family car will do just fine.
A new crop of lightweight, eco-friendly travel trailers is appearing in RV showrooms across the U.S., making “trailering” an option for many more Americans. With the weight taken out of them, these new trailers can be towed by sedans, SUVs, minivans, crossover vehicles, and even some compact cars.