1. Articles from DIaconi

    1-13 of 13
    1. Is Your Car Road Ready For Summer?

      Is Your Car Road Ready For Summer?

      If your summer vacation plans include a road trip, the last thing you want is to have unexpected car trouble to leave you stranded at the side of the road, ruining all the fun. A pre-trip vehicle check is the best way to be car care aware and ensure that your car is ready to get you to your destination, says the non-profit Car Care Council.

      The Car Care Council recommends the following pre-trip checklist before hitting the road this summer:

      Read Full Article
    2. Go Green: Repower Your Vehicle’s Engine

      Go Green: Repower Your Vehicle’s Engine

      When serious engine trouble hits, the non-profit Car Care Council reminds vehicle owners that repowering their current vehicle rather than buying a new one is the cost-effective, “green” way to go.

      “When it comes to your vehicle, it’s great to be green,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “By repowering the vehicle you already own, you will extend its useful life and significantly reduce its impact on the environment.

      Read Full Article
    3. A Resolution You Should Keep: Be Car Care Aware

      Why not resolve to be car care aware in the coming year? By spending a little time now on preventive maintenance, drivers can save a lot of headaches in the long run and make for a great year on the road, says the non-profit Car Care Council.

      “Regular auto care shouldn’t be one of those New Year’s resolutions that goes by the wayside,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. “Preventative vehicle maintenance pays off all year, every year.”

      Read Full Article
    4. Lower Gas Prices Make Driving the Smart Choice

      Lower Gas Prices Make Driving the Smart Choice

      The cost of airfares has taken off and the price of gas is steadily declining, making travel by car the way to go this holiday season, says the Car Care Council.

      According to a recent Wall Street Journal story, airfares on tickets sold for Thanksgiving week have risen 9.4 percent compared with 2012, and the average price of airline tickets sold for Christmas week is up 7.3 percent over last year.

      Read Full Article
    5. Ghosts and Goblins Make Halloween Driving Spooky

      Ghosts and Goblins Make Halloween Driving Spooky

      Halloween is one of the most anticipated times of the year for young children. To help keep trick-or-treaters as safe as possible, the Car Care Council reminds motorists to drive slowly, especially through neighborhoods, to be extra careful when entering or exiting driveways or alleyways, and to be car care aware by making sure their vehicle’s brakes, lights and wipers are working properly.

      Read Full Article
    6. Tune Up Your Car, Pump Up Your Wallet

      Tune Up Your Car, Pump Up Your Wallet

      Treat your car to a tune-up and get better gas mileage in return. According to the Car Care Council, even today’s modern vehicles need a periodic tune-up and that can save big at the pump.

      “Regular tune-ups are an investment that really pays off. A well-maintained vehicle is not only more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly, but performs better and is safer and more reliable,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council.

      Read Full Article
    7. Is Your Check Engine Light On? Don’t Ignore it.

      Is Your Check Engine Light On? Don’t Ignore it.

      One of the most vital signals of an improperly functioning vehicle is the check engine light and when illuminated, it alerts the driver to a variety of existing potential problems. Vehicle check-ups during community car care events throughout the country reveal that the check engine light is on in nearly one out of ten vehicles, says the Car Care Council. “When the check engine light comes on, it means that a vehicle system, such as the ignition, fuel injection or emission control, is not operating properly, even if the vehicle appears to be running normally,” said Rich White, executive director ...

      Read Full Article
    8. Maintain Current Vehicle to Keep New Car Costs at Bay

      Maintain Current Vehicle to Keep New Car Costs at Bay

      Buying a new car might sound good in theory, but these days, a new car purchase is out of reach for many Americans, according to a recent CNBC report. With the average cost of a new vehicle higher than ever at $30,500, spending a fraction of that money on making your current vehicle last longer READ MORE »

      Read Full Article
    1-13 of 13
  1. Categories

    1. SocialCRM Product:

      Brian's test for Zapier, Bridgestone Corp, SocialCRM FB Weekly Evergreen Articles, SocialCRM FB Weekly Timely Articles (Timely), SocialCRM OAS Content API, SocialCRM Weekly Facebook Content
    2. Mitchell 1 Marketing Content:

      Mitchell 1 Blog Content, Mitchell 1 FB Content, Mitchell 1 Twitter content
    3. Customer Social Content Buckets:

      Content Bucket 1 - Contest Ideas, Content Bucket 10 - Wacky Wednesday, Content Bucket 2 - DIY Auto Repair, Content Bucket 3 - Humor, Content Bucket 4 - Memes, Content Bucket 5 - Quiz Ideas, Content Bucket 6 - Seasonal, Content Bucket 7 - Throwback Thursday, Content Bucket 8 - Tips, Content Bucket 9 -Uncategorized
  2. Topics in the News

    There are no recent topics in the news.

  3. Popular Articles

  4. Picture Gallery

    Maintain Current Vehicle to Keep New Car Costs at Bay Simple Vehicle Check Helps Avoid Road Trip Fireworks Is Your Check Engine Light On? Don’t Ignore it. Tune Up Your Car, Pump Up Your Wallet Ghosts and Goblins Make Halloween Driving Spooky Lower Gas Prices Make Driving the Smart Choice 9 Steps For a Winter Ready Car Show Your Car a Little Love Potholes Can Put a Hole in Your Wallet Go Green: Repower Your Vehicle’s Engine Honda Says It's Doing A Semi-Autonomous First #NEXTGen 2020.