Mike's Car Talk
Friday, 15 September 2017 12:00

Now that we’re in the midst of the rainy season in Florida, it’s more important than ever that we stay vigilant out on the roads to avoid accidents during and after heavy showers. Driving in the rain can be treacherous due to low visibility, and slick pavement after a storm results in countless accidents each year.

One of the best ways to avoid being involved in a collision is to keep your vehicle’s tires in good condition. They should always be properly inflated, and more importantly, each tire needs to have the correct amount of tread. Keep reading to learn more about tire tread from your friendly tire shop in Sarasota, FL!

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Monday, 04 September 2017 11:57

Now that the rainy season is upon us, you’re bound to see many more puddles and standing water accumulating on the roads as you try to get back and forth from work or school. While it may be tempting to drive through water rather than around it, you must never do it! Even the seemingly smallest puddles can ruin your engine, which will warrant a trip to a mechanic in Sarasota, FL for extensive (and expensive) repairs. Continue reading to learn more about water and its effect on vehicles.

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Thursday, 17 August 2017 15:46

Anyone who drives a luxury car knows that the only way to ensure it runs perfectly every time you turn the key is to have it serviced on a regular basis. The same is true for a regular vehicle, but luxury car brands tend to need a bit more TLC if you want them to operate as efficiently as they’re meant to. Luxury cars need to be looked at and worked on by the hands of a professional, not a car owner who’s watched a few videos online about regular vehicle maintenance.

You have two options when the time comes to have your luxury car tuned up. You could either bring your vehicle to a dealership, or you can take it to an independent mechanic in Sarasota, FL. While both shops employ professionals, we believe it’s a much better idea to avoid the dealership altogether. Continue reading to find out why:

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