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What is Proper Tire Maintenance?

During a down-economy, extending the life of your tires will save you money. The data supports that regularly scheduled auto repair and proper tire maintenance reduces the risk of major repairs.  Reliable transportation is essential right now for a lot of people. Without a doubt, we have all faced some changes in our work lives and home lives as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Shelter-In-Place ordinances changed the driving habits for everyone.  Even though you may be driving less, your family fleet of vehicles still require maintenance. After all, motion is lotion, and a vehicle needs to be driven at least once a week if it is to remain dependable. When you start your car, for example, the fluids circulate, the gears shift, the wheels turn, and the battery charges. Just like your body, when your car remains stagnant, it can become sluggish the longer it sits. But what exactly is “proper tire maintenance”? Proper tire maintenance consists of the correct ... read more

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How Preventive Maintenance Can Save You Money And Extend The Life Of Your Car

How Preventive Maintenance Can Save You Money And Extend The Life Of Your Car

Are you planning to keep your vehicle longer than initially expected, and want to save money over the life of your car? If so, then now is the time to invest in regular preventive maintenance on your vehicle. It is often said that if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. If you like your vehicle and intend to drive it for years to come, this is a flawed idea for many reasons. Simply put, fixing a broken car is much more expensive than maintaining a running one. Reliable transportation is essential during this COVID-19 outbreak, and the last thing anyone needs is to get stranded on the side of the road. If you now realize that you may not buy that new car you planned on because of the economic downturn, then preventive maintenance is even more critical. Preventive maintenance is a pre-planned step that will reduce the costs of repairs and extend the life of your car. Vehicles are built today with tight tolerances, which means that the fluids you run in them need to stay clean. Oth ... read more

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COVID-19 - How Avid Autowerx Can Help

COVID-19 - How Avid Autowerx Can Help

  In this time of fear and uncertainty, it is essential you know what we at Avid are doing to maintain increased health and safety standards within our shop and your vehicle as well. Honestly, now is an excellent time to take advantage of our availability and have your car repaired for the just-in-case of an emergency road trip situation.    Did you know that we offer pick up and delivery of your vehicle in case you are stuck at home in self-quarantine? We know that you are receiving overwhelming amounts of news and information regarding the coronavirus, and we believe that it is crucial that we also share what we are doing to maintain your health and safety as well as our own. At the top of our list of preventive measures, our team is increasing their handwashing and ensuring that any employee that is ill stays at home to not spread germs.    Our team has always prioritized cleanliness. However, now that we are amidst this COVID-19 epidemic, Avid Autowerx ... read more

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Why Being a Green Shop Matters!

Why Being a Green Shop Matters!

We don’t often think of the environmental consequences of the shops to whom we give our business. Finding an automotive shop that cares just as much about the environment as you do means that they will do the worrying for you. We all want clean air to breathe and freshwater to drink from, finding a green repair shop near you will help the environment for years to come. Many auto repair shops use solvent-based fluids and cleaners, which are harmful to both employees as well as the environment. There are other options out there, and a green-mechanic is in the know. Using water-based liquids and cleaners are risk-free and is not corrosive or damaging to your car. A green shop can employ the resources to recycle products like antifreeze and refrigerant gasses without harming the environment. The entire facility is environmentally sensitive. They also purchase spray products over aerosols whenever possible. Reconditioned car parts are an excellent choice when thinking of environmen ... read more

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What are Japanese Carmakers Coming Up With Next?

What are Japanese Carmakers Coming Up With Next?

Japan is home to some of the world’s biggest automakers. Toyota, Honda, and Subaru help to round out that list and have helped establish Japan as one of the top three automaking countries of them all. Japan continues to lead the way in innovation and works hard to always stay a step or two ahead of the competition.  Take a peek at what Japanese Carmakers are developing that we should see in the relatively near future:  A supercar made of wood: https://www.autoevolution.com/news/concept-cars-of-the-future-this-japanese-supercar-is-made-of-wood-138688.html  Self-driving technology: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2019/10/27/business/tech/electronics-japan-self-driving-ev-technology-cars/#.XiY-Q8hKjIU Racecars: https://www.autoevolution.com/news/toyotas-future-includes-racecars-evs-and-an-actual-e-broom-138616.html?utm_source=ae_self&utm_medium=ae_moreon&utm_campaign=ae_moreon_news_static More electric vehicles from Nissan: https://www.autoevolution.com ... read more

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Top Five Things To Do When Facing Big Winter Storms

Top Five Things To Do When Facing Big Winter Storms

While most of us enjoy a beautiful snow dusting, most of us do not enjoy big winter storms. Not by any measure. They can be deadly. There are plenty of ways, though, we can prepare for them in an effort to keep ourselves and others safe.  Things to do: Don’t drive. Stay indoors and wear warm clothes Prepare for power outages (back up generator, extra batteries, charged cell phones)  Use generators outside only and and nowhere near windows Have a way to listen for emergency information and alerts Watch for signs of hypothermia and frostbite if you absolutely had to go outdoors Check on neighbors, especially the elderly Make sure your emergency kit in your car is up to date with flares, jumper cables, warm clothes, blankets, gloves, shovel, food, water, meds, first-aid kit Things NOT to do: Try To Heat More Than One Room Heat more than one room Forget about your pets (don’t leave them outdoors!) Try to heat your house with the stove Let your phone die ... read more

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What to Do this Holiday Season In and Around Cincinnati

What to Do this Holiday Season In and Around Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH, nestled within 500 miles of 60% of the population, and it has earned its place on the map by being a revamped town that boasting incredible walkability, breweries and restaurants, and a ton of things to do this holiday season. The range of things to do during the holidays in and around Cincinnati will appeal to anywhere from the solo traveler from across the country to the local family looking for fun activities for all ages. 1. The 37th Annual PNC Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo The Cincinnati Zoo is transformed into an incredibly gorgeous festival complete with 3 million LED lights, making it for that reason alone a wonderful activity for anyone. Along with this spectacular display, other activities include a Wild Lights show on Swan Lake, a Toyland Express Train ride, and delicious holiday snacks around the zoo. Santa is available at 4pm with the festivities beginning at 5pm.  2. Ice Skating There are many options for i ... read more

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Safe Winter Driving Tactics Everyone Should Know

Safe Winter Driving Tactics Everyone Should Know

As we move from Fall to Winter, it is important to refresh on the best way to safely maneuver the hazards that come with the change in seasons. As it gets colder, the weather hazards that need to be looked out for include ice, snow, sleet, and slush. Making sure you’re prepared in the following ways will help protect you and your family as you make your way to your daily and holiday activities. 1. Be Prepared In addition to your standard emergency kit, it is important to add cold weather safety items to it. Make sure you have cold-weather clothes and gear in your car, such as extra food and water, ice scraper, blankets, medications, handwarmers, cat litter or sand, and more. In addition to being prepared with gear, keeping your tires well inflated and at least a half a tank of gas at all times.  2. Winter Weather Driving Making sure you’re ready to drive in the snow or icy weather is to try and practice during the daytime. Ensuring tha ... read more

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Getting Your Vehicle Ready For Winter

Getting Your Vehicle Ready For Winter

With winter just around the corner, one thing we may forget and take for granted is getting our vehicle prepared for the weather conditions. Our vehicles, like ourselves, have to get ready for and adapt to the weather changes and we need to ensure that they are working at their optimal so they can keep us safe and on the road without a glitch. So, the question is, how to get your vehicle ready or be prepared well ahead of winter. Here are some ways you can get your vehicle ready for winter. Tires always seem to be at the top of the list of priorities when it comes to safety and your vehicle in any weather, especially in summer and winter due to the extremes in temperatures. The first thing to check is that your tires aren’t worn, if they are, they’re not going to help you when the roads are slippery or covered in slush or snow, so don’t risk going into winter with old worn-out tires. Consider purchasing a set of winter tires, even if you don’t need new tires ... read more

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Back to School: Keeping Our Kids Safe

Back to School: Keeping Our Kids Safe

As school bells start to ring, it’s a sign of impending changes. No more sleeping in and the days aren’t quite so lazy. It can be difficult to get back into the swing of things, but the more prepared we are, the easier the transition. Certain times of the weekdays we will now find more kids on the roadways, either waiting for buses or walking home. It’s up to us to keep them safe! Carpooling: This can be great when it’s done right. If we are distracted by all the commotion going on in the backseat, it’s easy to take our eyes off the road and miss the kiddo stepping out to pick up his cell phone he just dropped.  Driving in a school zone: There’s a reason the speed limit is so much lower than during non-school-time hours. If you are driving slow, you’ll be able to slow down so much quicker. Keep your eyes open for those school zone speed limit signs as well as for children in and around the area ... read more

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