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Winter Safety Tips – Don’t End Up In the Ditch!

December 29th, 2010
Some people love winter. They love the snow, the snap in the air, the short days and cozy nights at home. Others can’t stand it, for many of the same reasons. Regardless of whether you love it or hate it, though, chances are you’re going to have to get out and drive in it at some point. We’ve got a few suggestions to help you through the winter safely: 

Make sure you’ve got a well-maintained car. This includes fresh windshield wipers, proper tire inflation, a strong battery, a properly-maintained cooling system and a fresh oil change. If your tires aren’t up to the job of winter driving, you might consider switching to winter tires for a while – just 
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Do You Ask the Right Questions?

December 1st, 2010

car-repair-servicesYour mechanic or auto repair technician should possess the same qualities that you expect from your doctor and dentist; namely trust and reliability. Car owners have a lot at stake when seeking vehicle maintenance and repairs, it's very important to find the right auto repair technician. There are three categories of inquiries you should make about his business: the skill level of the workers, the price of the work being done and, finally, the policies and extra services. Let's take a look at the some recommended questions.


 

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Website Launch Announcement: Boyd's Tire & Service Tire Pros Launches New Site

November 24th, 2010

We are excited to announce the launch of our new website. The site features a fresh look, easy navigation and more focus on what the customer needs.

The new site offers inventory listings with pictures and specs. You can search a variety of ways including by vehicle and size.

With the addition of our blog, we are able to help inform and educate our customers on important tire and service information.

We invite you to visit our new website today.

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The Holidays Are Coming – Is Your Vehicle Ready?

November 3rd, 2010
Where did this year go? Before you know it, it’s going to be time for the holidays, and that can mean travel in some pretty trying conditions (and we don’t just mean restless kids in the back seat). Is your vehicle ready for some interstate miles?

 
Tires: It’s a good idea to have your tires rotated every 5,000-7,000 miles to ensure even wear. With that in mind, it’s easy to just schedule a tire rotation with every oil change, since the vehicle will be up in the air on a lube rack anyway. Have you checked your inflation lately? Your proper 
inflation levels will be on a sticker on the driver’s side ...[more]
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Stay Safe At Halloween

October 27th, 2010
auto repair in Columbus, OHThe days are getting shorter, before long there will be a snap in the air, and the next thing you know it’ll be time for trick-or-treaters to be prowling the streets at the end of October. Things are different from a generation ago, when kids went free-range and unsupervised on Halloween; today, trick-or-treaters usually have a parent in charge on their house-to-house rounds.  One thing hasn’t changed, though…kids have one goal at Halloween, and that is to accumulate as many sweets and treats as possible, as quickly as possible. That means they may not be completely aware of their surroundings, and that’s where it’s up to you, the driver, to use extra caution. At Boyd’s Tire & Service Center in Columbus ...[more]
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Ways to Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter

October 6th, 2010
winter tires in Columbus, OHAt Boyd’s Tire & Service Center in Columbus, OH, we know that the winters can be pretty tough here. The days are getting shorter, soon there will be a snap in the air and the next thing you know, it’s going to be winter! Here are a few ideas to get your car ready for the cold weather: 
 
  • Battery: Extreme heat and extreme cold can both stress your car’s battery. At 5 degrees Fahrenheit, a fully-charged battery can only deliver half its rated cranking power; cold temperatures slow down the chemical reaction in the battery that actually provides power. In addition, motor oil thickens and becomes more viscous at cold temperatures, making it harder to turn the engine ove ...[more]
  Posted in: Tire 101

Is Your Vehicle Ready For Holiday Travel?

September 29th, 2010

Is Your Vehicle Ready For Holiday TravelIs Your Vehicle Ready For Holiday Travel? Many people have concerns about taking their cars on long trips, especially if their cars are getting on in years or mileage. The truth is … long trips are actually easier on your car than day-to-day driving, but a breakdown far from home can really ruin your fun. A few simple checks will stave off many common problems. As with most things, it's best to start early. Here is a simple check list for preparing your car for Holiday travel.

Two to four weeks before you go

  • Get any major repairs done. If your car needs major repair or maintenance, do it at least one month, before you travel. That will allow p ...[more]
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Simple Vehicle Maintenance to Improve Fuel Economy

September 1st, 2010
With fluctuating fuel prices soaring higher each day, we will do almost anything to save money on transportation especially when it comes to conserving fuel.   However, traditional tips such as turning off the air conditioning and driving slowly are not the only ways to conserve gas mileage. In fact there are many simple, painless steps any vehicle owner can take to ensure their car is operating as efficiently as possible with minimal effort. Taking these steps to conserve gas mileage will not only save money, but also build healthy habits for your vehicle to ensure safety and maintain quality of the vehicle.
 
Be conscientious of your tire pressure. Most vehicle owners underestimate the importance of properly inflated tires.  When inflated p ...[more]
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Auto Repair for the Road Ahead

August 25th, 2010

auto repair columbus ohNearly every driver can attest to the stresses of owning a vehicle at one point or another. Whether it is scheduled maintenance or ensuring all regular safety checkpoints are reached, auto repair left unattended can quickly cause vehicle distress and damage. Comparable to most complications, if a minor auto repair is detected at its formation it is much easier to resolve before becoming a costly and complex repair. Schedule an appointment with Boyd’s Tire and Service Center for the best value in auto repair and tires in Columbus, OH.

Providing customers with a second-to-none comprehensive auto repair and tire retail facility, Boyd’s Tire and Service values nothing more than the safety of their customers. Staff understands that when a vehic ...[more]

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Tire Guide: Decoding Tire Differences

August 4th, 2010

tires columbus ohioThe only part of a vehicle with direct contact to the road, buying the correct tires can improve both maneuverability and dependability. Serving Columbus, OH as the premier dealer of top quality tires, Boyd’s Tire and Service Center understands finding the right tire can be difficult when differentiating between performance levels. Consult the trusted staff of Boyd’s Tire and Service Center for information and specifications on all tires, with knowledgeable advice to best suit driving styles and travel conditions.  

From tire brand to design, understanding what distinguishes one tire from the next can be a daunting task for any vehicle owner. However, with over eighteen years of experience in tire retail select ...[more]

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