If this morning was is any indication, January and February 2015 are going to be tough on your car. With the cold weather, possible heavy snow and ice, it’s not going to be an easy commute. To stay safe on the roads, Waikem fixed ops director David Sams has a list of tips to help you stay safe on the roads.
1. Check wiper blades to make sure they are in good shape. Be sure to check the rear wiper on vehicles that are equipped with one.
2. Be sure washer fluid in tank is filled with a winter solution that protects to -20 degrees or more.
Editor’s Note: Each week, Waikem Fixed Ops Director David Sams gives you his service tips of the week. This week David teaches you about Synthetic Oils. Visit our service department to learn more about the Waikem Auto Family.
Service Tip of the Week: Synthetic Oil FAQ
I hear a lot about synthetic oil. Is it what I should use? Is it worth the extra expense?
Synthetic oil has several applications. Those include high heat and high load conditions. Several categories of oil configurations exist.
Editor’s Note: This is the second in our new ongoing series of car care advice from Waikem Fixed Ops Director David Sams. This week, Dave is telling you simple tricks to save fuel.
Do you get frustrated when you have to buy gas? Does the does the ever changing cost of gas add to your anxiety level? Here are several items that may aid in raising your mileage and reduce the number of trips to the fuel pump.
Wiper Blades should be your best friend, but are often your worst enemy. This week, David Sams discusses the importance of wiper blade and windshield maintenance.
Editor’s Note: This is the first in a new weekly series on the Waikem blog covering service tips from our Fixed Ops Director David Sams. This week David talks about the importance of good wiper blades.