How to Pair a Phone With Your Car

The process of “pairing” a phone to your car relies on Bluetooth wireless technology, which creates a secure local network perfect for short-range connections.

These connections allow you to control infotainment systems and hands-free calling. In order to successfully pair a phone with your car, both the phone and your vehicle must be Bluetooth compatible.

What To Do If Your Tire Pressure Warning Light is On

Our service department team has been taking numerous calls about tire warning lights lately. Known as the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS), the indicator light is a horseshoe-shaped light with an exclamation point found on your dashboard.

If the light is illuminated, it means your tires may be underinflated, which can lead to unsafe driving conditions and undue tire wear. Maintaining proper tire inflation is essential to vehicle handling, overall tire performance, and load carrying capability.

How to Avoid Buying a Lemon

Buying anything used can give people an uneasy feeling. And when the purchase is a big ticket item, such as a car, the process becomes even more unnerving.

The worry of inheriting car issues from a previous owner is of concern. But, that shouldn’t take the option of buying used cars off the table. Even new cars are subject to recalls and defects, enough to have lemon laws in place.

Winter Storm Driving Tips Even Minnesotans Need to Remember

Usually, at this time of the year, we’re still in winter driving mode. However, the recent warm weather has most of us thinking spring.

That may change, and soon. This evening’s storm is expected to drop 4-12 inches of snow in the Twin Cities. South of the cities, other areas of the state may get up to 18 inches of snowfall.

The storm will come on the heels of some very rare February warmth. Wednesday brought the sixth day in a row of record highs in the Twin Cities, where the temperature got up to 58, breaking a record of 57 from 1930.

Regardless of how much snow we get with this storm, let’s all remember our winter driving tips and stay safe out on the roads.