Archive for the ‘Service’ Category

How Do I Stay Safe when Driving in the Winter Weather?

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017
Winter Forest Road

Tips for Winter Driving on Snowy and Icy Roads 

Unless you’re living in the sunny south, you’re going to have to deal with snow when winter comes. This means heavy coats, shoveling snow, and, most of all, winter driving. As the weather starts to get worse, it’s time to get ready. But what can you do to stay safe when driving in the winter?

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What Oil Should I Put in My Car?

Monday, September 25th, 2017
What Oil Should I Put in My Car?

What oil do I use for my car? There are many things to consider. What is the weather like where you live? What is the make, model, and year of your vehicle? What does my car manual tell me? If you can learn this simple information then you can understand which oil to use to keep your car running smoothly.

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What Do Dashboard Warning Lights and Symbols Mean?

Thursday, July 6th, 2017
Close Up of Vehicle Dashboard with check engine light, low oil pressure light and coolant temperature light

How To Understand Dashboard Warning Lights and Indicators

Dashboard warning lights and symbols are an important aspect of your vehicle that often go unnoticed until the Check Engine Light comes to life on your dashboard. When this happens, it is important that you do not panic and know what to do. If you have ever asked – what do dashboard warning lights and symbols mean – this guide will outline how to understand dashboard warning lights and indicators. Take a closer look at dashboard warning lights with this outline provided by Nimey’s New Generation Cars. (more…)

Is Your Car Leaking? Let Us Help You Diagnose the Problem!

Monday, May 15th, 2017
5 Common Car Leaks and How to Spot Them

5 Common Car Leaks and How to Spot Them

We pride ourselves in offering high-quality used vehicles that will get you where you need to go without worry. However, as your vehicle ages, you might experience little hiccups here and there that can usually be fixed by our amazing service professionals. One of the most common hiccups is a leak. Let us offer a color guide to help you diagnose the problem so that it can easily be fixed! (more…)

How often should you check fluids under the hood?

Monday, April 10th, 2017
How often should you check fluids under the hood?

If you own a car, you likely know how important it is to keep the proper fluid levels under the hood. However, we understand that there are many different things to check, each with their own set working range. Take a look below to see how often you should check the fluids under your hood! (more…)

What should new owners know about auto maintenance?

Monday, March 13th, 2017
What should new owners know about auto maintenance?

Auto maintenance isn’t something that most people look forward to, but that doesn’t mean that it is any less essential to keeping a car in a good condition for several years. As a pre-owned dealership, we deal with a lot of people getting their first car. Here are a few tips about auto maintenance that new owners should know! (more…)

Spring Auto Maintenance Tips

Monday, February 27th, 2017
Spring Auto Maintenance Tips

We’re on the cusp of spring now and our wacky weather has even allowed us to feel like we’re comfortably sitting in the spring months. People generally think of winter as a time when auto maintenance is at its most important, but if you want your car to be running soundly for years to come, we recommend taking a close look at what you can do for spring auto maintenance tips as well! See below to learn more! (more…)

Why Your Car Needs Winter Tires

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
Why Your Car Needs Winter Tires

After an uncharacteristically slow start, winter is now fully upon us. That means snow, ice and frigid temperatures all across the Northeast, which spells trouble for your daily commute. The complete and total arrival of winter also means things change for your car, but that doesn’t mean winter has to necessarily make things more difficult on either of you.

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