Top Ways To Prepare Your Vehicle For The Rainy Season

Top Ways To Prepare Your Vehicle For The Rainy Season

Get Your Vehicle Ready For Winter In Dry & Hot Climates The rainy season is upon us, and that means it's time to think about preparing your vehicle for the wet weather. But, it's not as simple as all that. You want to consider a few key takeaways before preparing, so you can maximize your time and ensure you prepare for winter's worst the right way. Taking some precautionary steps now can save you a lot of headaches and money later on. Here are our top 10 tips to help you get started.  Rubber In dry and hot climates, everything made of rubber is at risk of failure. The low levels of humidity combined with summer heat make winter even…
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Thrifty Road Safety Tips for Parents with a New Baby

Image courtesy of Pixabay   Thrifty Road Safety Tips for Parents with a New Baby Once you're expecting, you suddenly become acutely aware of all the dangers in the world; your child will need careful protection in every aspect of life. In prepping for the baby's safety today, it's important that you don't sacrifice saving funds for her future. Being thorough and budget-conscious is best.  The proper car seat installation is even more important than most people are aware of. With all that in mind, it doesn't take long for new parents to realize that a car seat is only the beginning of protecting a little one while on the road. Here's a quick parent's guide to staying safe with…
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Is Your Vehicle Ready For Ski Season?

Is Your Vehicle Ready For Ski Season?

Is Your Vehicle Ready For Ski Season?  With a White Winter in the mountains and a chilly January ahead, there’s excellent powder just to the east in Utah. Ski Season is here again and promises great fun for those families willing to brave the elements together! Will you and your family be among the many planning to head for the hill this January for ski season? Is your vehicle up to the challenges of snow and ice? If you want to be sure your vehicle is ready for the snow, here’s a list of recommendations before you head for the hills! Check your fluids.  Ensure your brake fluid, engine oil, transmission fluid, antifreeze, and anything else (power steering, windshield wiper,…
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Top 5 Tips To Make Holiday Road Trips Safer

Top 5 Tips To Make Holiday Road Trips Safer

Enjoy the Open Road Road trips are a wonderful way to explore freedom and see outside our own limited worlds. Venturing into unexplored places and discovering new attractions, new delights is a wonderful way to pass the time. If you need some advice on traveling this winter, Frank’s European has a few concerns we hope you will address, for your safety and your car’s longevity. Here are our Top 5 Tips To Make Holiday Roads Safer! Do Your Research Road trips can be dangerous when not properly researched. There are stretches of road in Kansas where gasoline is many miles apart. Fail to get gas at the right interval and you could be stranded. This is doubly true for electric…
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Why The Urge To Buy Cheap Gas Is A Mistake

Why The Urge To Buy Cheap Gas Is A Mistake

Is money tight?  If you're like most people right now, you may find your budget is desperately trying to keep up with your expenses and rising costs.  Saving money on gas is a good thing. But where should you cut costs? Should you buy the cheap gas a few cents below the one down the street? The old phrase, "You get what you pay for," comes to mind.  Did you know there is a difference in quality in gas brands and fuel grades? Therefore, it's time to end the myth that all gasoline is the same. All Gasoline Is Not The Same Frank Scandura, the owner of Frank's European Service in Las Vegas and Henderson, NV, wrote a book called,…
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