- Full Grille Guards extend across the entire front end of the vehicle, including the headlights. Typically, these grille guards have two strong vertical members on either side of the grille itself, with loop tubing around the headlights and horizontal bars to provide protection. These are popular for off-roaders, as they protect the headlights from bra ...[more]
When your car's "Check Engine" light comes on, it's usually accompanied by a sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach. The light could mean a costly problem, like a bad catalytic converter, or it could be something minor, like a loose gas cap. But in many cases, it means at minimum that you'll be visiting your mechanic to locate the malfunction and get the light turned off.
The Check Engine light, more formally known as the Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL), is a signal from the car's engine computer that something is wrong. Older vehicles may not have this, but any newer vehicle is equipped with a tiny all-knowing computer that will be your lifeline in communicating any problem with how the engine is running. Your Tire and Automotive service department can diagn ...[more]
Another winter storm coming? Before you rush to the store for the last gallon of milk and loaf of bread, you’ll want to be sure your car is ready to battle the elements. Follow these tips before venturing out into the winter wonderland.
- Check your Cooling System. Have your mechanic check your hoses, belts and anti-freeze. A weakened hose or belt can break and leave you stranded, or a weak solution of anti-freeze can ice up and damage your cooling system. Hoses shouldn’t have cracks or become softened. In extreme temperature drops, keep an eye on your hoses and belts, as low temperatures can cause additional breakage or weak spots.
- Check Your Battery. Make sure your car's battery connection is clean, tight and corro ...[more]
BCS Tires & Lifts announces the launch of a feature allowing consumers to easily provide dealers their vehicle information by entering their license plate number. Consumers can request a quote on tires or service for their vehicle by entering their license plate number and the form automatically populates their vehicle’s year, make and model. BCS Tires & Lifts then receives the vehicle’s VIN, engine size and trim option as a result of the license plate being entered on their website.
“We frequently receive quote requests from our online users who are not sure of all their vehicle det ...[more]
This spring, be aware of the seasonal changes that can impact or damage your windshield. Windshield replacement can become costly, and sometimes the damage cannot be repaired. Driving with a broken, cracked, or chipped windshield can obscure visibility and can even cause a traffic citation in some areas. Cracks and chips can spread quickly if left unattended and may require a full replacement for the best safety on your vehicle.
Chips or stars caused by rocks can often remain unnoticed until they begin to spread. During the spring, snow and ice melt, bringing more small rocks into the roadways with the runoff, causing hazardous rock spray. Driving too closely behind heavy trucks or larger vehicles that can flip up rocks behind them can cause a windshield to be repeatedly hit by flying debris. Construction trucks or utility vehicles carrying loa ...[more]
We are your College Station ticket center for the Outlaw Monster Truck Show! Adults $17 and Kids $10 While Supplies Last!
Chrismas Hours are as following
Christmas Eve December 24th 8 AM - 12 PM
Chrismas Day December 25th Closed
New Years Eve December 31th 8 AM- 7PM
New Years Day Janurary 1st Closed
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