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Summer Maintenance Tips: Longer Lasting Battery

A popular belief is that winters are doing the most damage to batteries. In fact, heat and vibrations can cause more damage than cold. Even though false car start happens more often during the winter due to a higher amp demand, the damage is often occurring during the summer. 
Obviously, you can't control the temperature, but there are a couple things you can do...

SEMI-ANNUAL INSPECTION

 As the proverb says, things never go as planned. While we were stuck at home for a while and now things slowly reopening, you might be looking forward to booking a road trip for your vacations. Whatever you will do, things might not happen according to plans but there is one thing that you can make sure of; that your vehicle will bring you from point A to point B and then back home. How can you do that?

TIPS FOR SUMMER TIRE SEASON


Tips for summer tire season With summer around the corner, it's time to think about seasonal tire change. Currently, you are probably in one of these three situations: you are using the same tires all year round, you have two sets of rims for your two sets of tires or you have two sets of tires but only one set of rims. If you are using the same tires all year round, don't forget to come to see...

SAVE MONEY ON THE MAINTENANCE OF YOUR VEHICLE

Save money on the maintenance of your vehicle Paying for maintenance of a vehicle is not something we usually look forward to, it's not as fun as purchasing a new vehicle or spending money on a lift kit and wheels for your truck. Nonetheless, it's necessary. At Eastview, we want to help you save money on maintenance and have a vehicle in perfect condition at an affordable cost. Preventive... 

5 WINTER MAINTENANCE TIPS FOR YOUR VEHICLE

In today's blog at Eastview Chevrolet Buick GMC in Kapuskasing, we share five tips for a reliable, safe and long-lasting vehicle 1. Let your car warm up but not for too long When a vehicle runs at idle speed, the car takes a long time to warm up and, the oil pressure is not as high as when you are on the road. To ensure a long lasting engine, it is better to let your car warm up for around 30...