In Part 1 of our series on extreme-weather maintenance, we’re talking about some parts categories that tend to heat up when the weather takes a turn for the worse. (SEE VIDEO BELOW)
Lower fuel prices, full employment and an aging vehicle population aren’t the only tailwinds lining up behind the automotive aftermarket.
The No. 1 mistake that many motorists make when they realize a wiper is bad is to replace only the obviously bad wiper and not the pair. They think they’re saving money, but sooner or later they will have to replace the other wiper too.
Preventative maintenance always is the best way to guard against cold-weather problems, but keeping a strong supply of winter fuel-treatment chemicals still can be helpful to your customers – and profitable for your store.
With much of the nation in the clutches of an extended blast of Arctic cold, vehicle batteries are top-of-mind for motorists – or at least they should be.
There’s a lot of misinformation on Internet automotive forums about wiper blades.