For most people, autumn’s arrival means digging out the wool sweaters, scarves and warm, sugary pumpkin-based drinks. At Searles, we like to prep for fall in our way – usually by putting on our extra-warm our coveralls and giving our vehicles a head to toe inspection.
Cooler temperatures, fading daylight and wet roads can all impact driving habits, so it’s important to give your vehicle the proper seasonal upkeep it needs to ensure your safety on the road. Read on for our fall maintenance tips! Read More
With the hot weather rolling in, we get quite a few questions surrounding air conditioners here at Searles. Air conditioning is a precious summer commodity, as anyone who has done a hot summer drive without AC will tell you. Even in the cooler parts of Canada, it’s rare to find a vehicle without this feature. Still this old invention’s popularity hasn’t stopped some very interesting strategies from popping up around AC, fuel efficiency and engines.
Here at Searles, we take a look at some of the myths surrounding AC and put them on ice!
DIY (do it yourself) has always been a popular mindset when it comes to the automotive industry, and for good reason. Paying a professional for car repairs can be awfully expensive. Opting to do your own vehicle repairs is tempting because it saves you money, gives you a feeling of satisfaction, and gives you the rewarding feeling of independence.
We at Searles always encourage people to take an active interest in how their vehicles operate and to tinker with their vehicles as much as possible without endangering themselves in the process, without voiding their warranties, and without causing problems (i.e., accidents!) for other drivers down the road. Read More