1. Buying a Vehicle: New Vs. Used

    Most vehicle purchases begin with the same question: Should I buy new or used? And while we can’t answer that for you, we can share some facts that may help you decide which…Read More

  2. How to Check your Vehicle’s Engine Oil

    Engine oil is the lifeblood of your vehicle: not enough oil, and improper lubrication can cause significant damage to engine components. Too much oil, and excessive oil pressu…Read More

  3. New Year’s Eve Safe Driving Tips

    New Year’s Day is the second most deadly day for drivers, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).  We know YOU would never drink and driv…Read More

  4. Gift Ideas for Car Lovers

    Car lovers are notoriously difficult to buy for because, let’s face it, what they *really* want is a big red bow around their dream car. Unfortunately, it’s likely that th…Read More

  5. Thanksgiving Travel Tips

    Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude, family, food and, for many of us, lots and lots of driving. So, as you prepare for the long (or short!) drives ahead of you this Thanksg…Read More

  6. Tips for Safe Driving During Harvest

    Harvest season in Iowa means an increased risk for motor vehicle/farm equipment accidents. Farmers are frequently moving equipment from one field to another during this time o…Read More

  7. How to Open your Vehicle’s Hood

    How can you check the oil, coolant, transmission fluid, and accessory belts or refill windshield wiper fluid if you don’t know how to get the hood of your vehicle open? You …Read More

  8. Back to School Carpooling Tips

    School is officially back in session, which means hectic schedules and extra-curricular activities are, too! For many families, dealing with the logistics of active children m…Read More

  9. How to Tell it’s Time for a Tune Up

    Many vehicle owners put off getting their car into the shop unless signs of an obvious problem are present. However, by getting regular vehicle maintenance, many serious probl…Read More