Since the early 1900s, Rolls Royce automobiles have been equipped with an iconic silver hood ornament; a woman, her head pointed forward, arms stretched behind her, her clothing flowing in the wind. While it’s an all-around cool emblem, there’s actually a lot more to the story.
At Jim Van Dyke in Washington CH, we understand that you can’t prevent malfunctions all the time, every time. At some point in your driving history, you’ve probably dealt with a flat tire. Sometimes a tire goes flat in a parking lot, but sometimes a tire can fail while driving. Here are some indicators you have a tire that is about to fail, and how to handle the situation.
At Jim Van Dyke in Washington CH, we service all types of transmissions, on any car, truck, or SUV. This includes both All-Wheel Drive and Four-Wheel Drive vehicles; but you may be wondering...what’s the difference? Both types of vehicle supply power to all four wheels, so why use two different terms? Due to the increasing demand for AWD and 4WD vehicles over the last decade, equipped on everything from sports cars to pickup trucks, more and more people are asking these same questions.
Good tire maintenance is important. At Jim Van Dyke in Washington CH, we know how to make tires last, and why it’s important to service them regularly. An easy and effective aspect of tire maintenance is correct air pressure; here’s what you need to know.
Everyone has different habits when it comes to washing their car. Many people see it as a purely cosmetic thing, so as long as their car is running and driving right they don’t see a point in washing it all that often. In actuality, washing your car is also an important aspect of maintenance and making a car last. Jim Van Dyke in Washington CH has some car washing tips for you, to keep your car in shape for years to come.
No matter what type of car, truck, or SUV you drive, old or new, it probably has doors. Those doors are heavy, and they see a lot of use. Naturally, from time to time, parts wear out. If your door doesn’t function as well as it should, here’s why, courtesy of Jim Van Dyke in Washington CH.