How Often Should I Change My Tires

Tires sold in the U.S. are rated based on the type of tire and their use. The manufacturer provides info on each tire, including its speed rating, load capacity, its expected “mileage” life based on normal driving conditions, as well as the correct PSI for each tire. But what is “normal”? Everyone drives different.  …

Keeping you and your car safe and comfortable

Here at Environmental Automotive Services we use sophisticated TryOxyclean equipment to disinfect and sanitize vehicles.  This machine uses patented technology and ozone, which is attracted to contaminants, to kill harmful organic compounds that are in your car, including suspended harmful bacterias, odor causing bacterias, mites, and viruses, and then extract the air from your vehicle.…

3-2-1 Ignition

Did you know that if your car key ring can cause your ignition to fail?  If you keep your car key on a ring with multiple keys, fobs, store cards, and gadgets like a bottle opener or flashlight, it’s just too heavy. Over time, the weight of your key ring can actually cause your ignition…

What About Your Car’s Exhaust?

Your exhaust system needs to be checked regularly. Bolts, clamps, brackets and pipes can rust or break. If you’re hearing loud exhaust or rattling sounds under your car or truck, it could be a sign that you have an exhaust problem. You may be overdue for an exhaust inspection and replacement. With winter setting in,…