You are viewing all posts for categories: service

Oil Change Services at Trent Cadillac Buick GMC

Modern engines may be more powerful than ever, but they also need more meticulous maintenance to live a long and healthy life. That said, when well cared for a modern engine will last you for hundreds of thousands of miles, and Trent Cadillac Buick GMC is here to help. Visit us for regular oil changes to keep your engine happy and healthy for years to come.

 

Read More
Categories: ,

How to Drive Safely in Winter Weather

When driving in snow or icy conditions, it's important to understand that your car may not stop on a dime. You can avoid accidents by driving more slowly and leaving more space between you and the cars up ahead. Accelerate slowly and decelerate slowly as well. Pumping your brakes gently will help avoid skidding. Make sure your winter windshield wipers are installed and working properly.

Traction is essential, so make sure you have snow tires and that they are properly inflated. If your vehicle does start to skid, turn your wheel in the same direction so when your tires…

Read More
Categories:

What are Head Gaskets?

You know that you don’t want a blown head gasket, but you may not realize what this essential engine component does. A head gasket combines the cylinder head to the engine block, allowing for coolant and oil to pass through during the combustion process. Without this integral element, engines can’t run properly and may start to stall when running idle.

Read More
Categories: ,

Compile a Winter Survival Kit for Your Car!

Part of winter driving is making a survival kit for your vehicle. At TRENT BUICK GMC, we want to make sure that your kid has everything it needs in it, so we've compiled a few tips.

Consider placing a bin or backpack full of winter survival kit items in the backseat of your vehicle. Include the important things such as flashlights, matches, extra batteries, a battery pack to charge your cell phone, tools, and a shovel. You may also want to consider putting blankets, sleeping bags, and extra clothes in your vehicle.

Some of the things that people don…

Read More
Categories: