Trucks aren’t like cars...your average personal vehicle usually holds about 5 quarts of oil, and you are supposed to change it every 3-5k miles. However, the same logic doesn’t apply to large trucks. At Myers Automotive, Inc in Granbury, we know how important proper oil changes and diagnostics are to keep your truck on the road, for hundreds of thousands of miles. Here’s what you need to know:
Whether it’s a result of maintenance, mileage, or some other factor, it seems that every fleet or commercial diesel leaks a little bit of something. Oil, transmission fluid, gear oil, or coolant seem to find a way to pool overnight on the ground after a long day on the road. At Myers Automotive, Inc in Granbury, TX, we can take care of that for you.
There are a lot of drivers on the road today with improperly adjusted rearview mirrors, contributing to unnecessary blind spots and potentially hazardous driving conditions. At Myers Automotive, Inc in Granbury, we place a lot of value on efficiency; here’s how to get the most out of your mirrors.
Your drive belts run everything - your AC, power steering, alternator, and water pump are all dependent on the belts that turn them. At Myers Automotive, Inc in Granbury, our goal is to keep your truck maintained, so you’re never stuck out on the road. Drive belts are a critical part of that goal.
We all love the sunshine but getting into that HOT car isn't always so wonderful even when you have a remote start it will take the breath out of you when the temperatures are soaring. Makes you want to pack your lunch instead of meeting friends for lunch! We decided that you should meet friends for lunch! So we got together and found some quick ideas for you. It isn't much but enjoy the sunshine on us here at Myers Automotive, Inc here in Granbury! Call it our fun day fact!
At Myers Automotive, Inc in Granbury, were huge fans of seatbelts. They dramatically reduce the chances of being injured in an automobile accident, and in many cases, they are the difference between a fatal crash and walking away unharmed. But how long has the seat belt been around? When did wearing it become law?