April is National Car Care Month, a great reminder to take care of the vehicles you depend on. And there’s no better place than your neighborhood Oil Can Henry’s to show your car, truck or van a little love.\n\nOur quick, yet thorough Famous 20-Point Full-Service Oil Change includes:\n \n Check of all fluids, including engine … Continue reading It’s Car Care Month! Show Your Vehicle Some Love
Here we are, smack dab in the middle of winter. So, why would your vehicle possibly need a Cooling System Flush now?\n\nThe Cooling System works year-round, in the cold and the heat, to keep the engine operating at a consistent temperature and ensure peak efficiency.\n\nAntifreeze is a critical fluid in the Cooling System. It circulates throughout the … Continue reading A Cooling Flush in Winter? Here’s Why It Makes Sense
\n\nThe recent cold snap – including a chilly 35 degrees in Los Angeles – is a good reminder to make sure your vehicle is ready for winter driving conditions.\n\nDuring a recent television appearance, “The Car Coach” Lauren Fix shared valuable tips to help ensure you don’t find yourself stranded on the side of the road this winter.\n\nNoting that 9 … Continue reading Brrr… It’s Cold Out There! Is Your Vehicle Winterized?
Fall is upon us and now — before the rainy season really sets in — is a great time to make sure you and your vehicle are prepared for the wet weather ahead.\n\nAlways an excellent resource for driving safety, our friends at AAA have produced Get a Grip: A Guide to Wet Weather Driving Techniques. … Continue reading Get a Grip with These Wet Weather Driving Tips
Summer’s in the rearview mirror and the rainy days of Fall are upon us. So, now is a good time to check your vehicle’s windshield wipers and replace blades that are hard, inflexible and/or cracked.\n\nAccording to VehicleMD magazine, “the majority of wiper blades are constructed with a rubber wiping element, which provides optimum friction to clear glass of water.” Rubber is a … Continue reading The Rain is Coming. It’s Time to Check Your Wiper Blades.