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Yearly Archives: 2020

Car Maintenance Tips for Spring

The spring season is here, and it is important to make sure your vehicle is in top shape now through the summer when traveling tends to be at its peak. Before the summer season starts, take the time to read through our list of spring maintenance tips to make sure that your vehicle is ready to take on the rain and summer heat ahead.  Check your windshield wipers - Windshield wipers are always crucial for your safety and should be in good condition at all times. Wipers should be replaced once a year, so if it has been a while since your last replacement, your car is due for new wipers. Worn out wipers can be dangerous when you’re hit with unexpected rain while driving and can severely impair your ability to clearly see the road. Inspect your tires for tread - Take a look at your tires - how does the tread look? Do the top of the tires look nice and rigid, or do they look bald and smooth? Tires that are smoothed down and lacking tread become ... read more

We are an Essential Business Open to Serve you Doing COVID-19 Outbreak

We are an Essential Business Open to Serve you Doing COVID-19 Outbreak

Carolina Car Care wants you to know that we currently remain open during the COVID-19 outbreak. Auto care is considered an essential service and therefore is permitted to remain serving you while stay at home orders are in place. Healthcare workers, law enforcement, grocery store employees, and other workers in essential industries are still relying on their vehicles to get them to work every day. Our community members will also need a reliable car to get them to the store to retrieve food or supplies for their families. Whether you need an auto repair or service, give us a call for assistance.  Our shop has been closely monitoring any updates surrounding COVID-19 in our area and the CDC's recommendations regarding proper measures to prevent the spread of the virus. We know that these are unprecedented times in which many of us are worried about our jobs, businesses, health, and families. This is why it is so important for our shop to remain open to make sure that y ... read more

The Importance of a Brake Safety Inspection

Your brakes are what you rely on it slow or stop at a moments notice while on the road. They are a key part of your vehicle's safety features, which is why ensuring that your brake system is always in top working condition is so important. When it comes to your vehicle's brakes, a brake safety inspection is recommended to check all components for proper working condition and to take care of any small problems before they turn into larger, more expensive repairs.  The brake system has many different work parts that all undergo a lot of pressure and heat every day when you apply pressure to your brakes. This is why many brake components will need to be replaced periodically. Brake pads are subject to the most friction, which is why they need to be replaced more often. Brake rotors are also subject to wear and warping over time, but can typically be resurfaced before they need to be completely replaced. It is also recommened that your brake line and fluid is checked regular ... read more

What Does the Oil Pressure Warning Light Indicate?

The oil pressure warning light is another dashboard light that lets you know there is an issue with the oil pressure system. This warning light looks similar to that of a genie lamp with oil coming from the spout. Although it isn't a warning light you may see often, it is one that should never be ignored and is very important to address as soon as possible.  What does this light indicate? It means that your engine isn't receiving normal oil pressure. This could be caused by low oil, and once an engine doesn't have oil, it won't run for much longer. The engine can quickly overheat and severe engine damage can occur. This is why it is so important to bring your vehicle into Carolina Car Care as soon as this light illuminates.  While the oil pressure warning light typically indicates that there is a low level of oil in the engine's crankcase, it can also indicate a leaky gasket or seal, worn valve guides, or piston rings or cylinders that are causing the en ... read more

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