With winter on its way, it’s never too early to get ahead of the snow, slush, ice and all conditions that aren’t nice for drivers. Preparing customers before winter rolls in means they have the best chance for safe travels ahead, especially during peak periods. While new tires, a full battery and a fresh oil
Just 12 sizes and 2 specialty adapters cover up to 99.6% of passenger cars and light duty trucks on the road.
The 216-page guide provides details on all of ANCO’s products, including new part numbers for Contour and Profile beam wiper blade lines.
The ClearContact premium beam windshield wiper blades program is designed specifically for professional technicians.
Winners are determined by the votes of 40,000 consumers in a national representative survey.
The TRICO Maxx beam blade program is supported by a national advertising campaign that features a reliable and trusted dog named Maxx.
The only way to know if your windshield wipers need replaced is by inspecting the blades when the car or truck is in your bay.
The company says TRICO Titan offers unmatched wiper performance enabled by a number of advanced technologies, including new Z7 technology, an infused micro-metric synthetic compound developed exclusively by TRICO for extended wear resistance.
The new line features a “one-fit” connection system, eliminating the need for adaptors.
Basic maintenance is the key to keeping a car running at its best. When motorists keep up with fluid changes, tire checks, filter changes and other services, it helps avoid bigger and more expensive repairs down the road. However, over time, some vehicle parts and components wear out or become damaged. When motorists are educated about their vehicles’ maintenance needs, it allows them to address any issues before they become even bigger problems.
The Bosch Snow Driver is equipped with the Click-On adapter system, offering 96 percent coverage with just 12 part numbers.
The video puts an interactive spin on the “dreaded” defensive driving class. Viewers watch an overly eager instructor put unwilling students through a series of absurd driving simulations involving a pudding truck, blindfolded obstacle courses and ridiculous role playing.