Monongahela & Bridgeville Auto Repair

Monongahela Location(724) 258-6616
Mon - Tue: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM | Wed - Thu: 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM | Fri: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Bridgeville Location(412) 221-0705
Mon - Tue: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM | Wed - Thu: 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM | Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Yearly Archives: 2020

Ways to Properly Sanitize Your Vehicle

Ways to Properly Sanitize Your Vehicle

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted daily life across the world. Safety is now a key factor in the fight against this virus. You may wash your hands, wear a mask, sanitize but don't forget your car. It is equally a point of contact to the pandemic. With lockdowns, people travel much less, but still, the risk of exposure through your car shouldn't be ignored. On some surfaces, COVID-19 can survive for about three days, and your vehicle has a high chance of holding the virus. The CDC has set some recommendations for sanitizing surfaces such as your car to prevent contamination. Droplets from an infected person can land on surfaces, and a person may touch and get infected. Sanitizing your car should be done appropriately for effectiveness. This is how you can safely disinfect your vehicle. Protect yourself with the right tools When disinfecting your car, make sure you are wearing the appropriate protective gear. CDC recommends wearing disposabl ... read more

Tips to Make the Tires Last Longer

Tips to Make the Tires Last Longer

There's nothing more frustrating than having to spend your hard-earned money on a new set of tires? If you aren't a tire enthusiast, you may want to extend your tires' lifespan for as long as possible. Responsible driving means consistent tire maintenance. We understand that you're busy, but some tasks may only take a few minutes of your time. If you want to increase your tire's life while also drastically improving your ride, below are a few helpful tips to make your tires more efficient.  Regularly check your tire air pressure. Maintaining the correct tire pressure is pretty simple. The recommended tire pressure is located on the inside of the driver side door jam. If you don't own a tire pressure gauge, there are usually some available at the gas station. It's essential to check your tire pressure because you can lose about a pound per square inch of pressure monthly. During the winter, the tire pressure can be lower. Dur ... read more