Outside of putting pumpkin spice into everything you eat, what should you be thinking about when it comes to fall prep and getting your vehicle ready for the changing weather?
Tailgating in your most prized possession, a game worn jersey from your childhood idol that played on the 1988 championship team. It may be a little worn and tight, might smell less than desirable, and have a few food stains, but it is an essential part of your game day ritual.
Once the cherished family artifact is in its place, it’s time for face paint. You apply your teams colors with laser like precision to make sure your team spirit is adequately represented on your face. The routine must be followed in an exact order, everything must be the same each and every time your team does battle on the gridiron. It’s not a superstition, it’s tradition!
Tradition doesn’t stop with the attire oh no, everything must be the same to ensure that the football spirits show favor on your team. One minor miscue and it could cost your team the game and the season. This includes your game day feast. The standard chips and dip let you down in 2001, and those spicy wings stung your team in 2004. Let’s not even discuss the chili fiasco of 2008 or the donut disaster of 2010.
The tide turned in your favor in 2012 when you introduced team inspired sliders with special team sauces. Since that shake-up in your gameday feast, your team has seen far more victories than defeats.
Weekends full of tailgating feasts dance through your head this time of year but one very important aspect that we may neglect to address is making sure your vehicle is game day ready.
Here are 5 tips to help keep your most valuable vehicle ready to tackle the challenges of tailgate season.
From the iconic 1995 movie Billy Madison “I got my lunch packed up, my boots tied tight, I hope I don’t get in a fight. Ohhhh, back to school. Back to school.”
It’s Back to School Season and whether you are the primary driver, or your kids are going off to college, now is the perfect time to make sure you and your vehicle are prepared for the busy times ahead.
There are three words expressed this time of year that brings out euphoria and anxiety – Back to School! It’s time to trade in the relaxing lazy summer days for the hustle and bustle of school.
It’s no secret that younger drivers many times overlook the importance of proper vehicle maintenance. As college-aged drivers head back to campus, here are some things parents can do to prepare their son or daughter’s vehicle for the return:
No matter how much care and effort you put into planning, a road trip never seems to go exactly as planned. You might forget your most important item, even if you have a strict packing list. Your child might be prone to car sickness, which might make you queasy, too. Or… and this is a big one… you might get a flat tire. more “The 5 Best Road Trip Tips”
Shopping for new tires may not be as exciting as shopping for new clothes. While styles change for clothes, very little in appearance changes for tires. However, the one thing in common is that we try to make our clothes and tires last as long as possible. Tire Discounters wants you to get the most out of your new tires, and clothes but mostly tires! Here are three tips for new tires to ensure you get your maximum value:
New Tire Tip: Air Pressure
Make sure to keep your tires properly inflated. Check the air pressure in each tire once a month. Under inflated tires wear faster and run hotter than tires properly inflated. As you can guess, extreme heat is the enemy of all tires and can cause them to fail. Hence, a quick check of the air pressure will prevent your tires from wearing out quickly.
You get to your vehicle, you turn the ignition, and your car doesn’t start. Your local Tire Discounters can diagnose the problem, but you need to get here. We show you how to jump start your car so you can have someone figure out what exactly is going on.
Filing taxes make you feel… well… taxed? We’re with you on that. However, with a refund check on its way, now is the opportune time to make an investment in your vehicle.
Freezing temperatures and flurries overnight could cause unsafe driving conditions and car trouble. To stay safe on the roads, we suggest the following tips to prep your car for freezing temperatures.