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Will Your Electric Company Pay You to Buy a BMW?

Posted 10/22/18

Buy an electric BMW i-3. Save a bunch of money from your electric company. Sounds like a pretty good idea to our BMW electrical specialists. Sign us up. Customers of electric utility companies PG&E and Southern California Edison can get a discount on the purchase...

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The Electric Luxury SUV is Here: Introducing the Jaguar I-Pace

Posted 10/15/18

What are our car electrical specialists obsessed with this week? The word is that Jaguar plans to start deliveries of the first SUV from a luxury European automaker this summer. Jaguar will break records for being the very first, beating SUV rivals Audi and Mercedes...

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Why You Should Get Your Radiator Flushed

Posted 10/1/18

Antifreeze gets old, just like the rest of us. How long has it been since you’ve had a radiator flush? If you can’t remember, it’s probably time. There are a number of benefits. Keep in mind that a radiator flush is much different than just...

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4 Awesome Diagnostic Apps for Car Troubleshooting

Posted 9/24/18

It used to be to troubleshoot any car problems you had one of two options: Take it to local Cincinnati auto repair shop, or break out the car repair Ouija board and take your best guess. Thanks to technology, there are plenty of diagnostic apps...

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Porsche Sales Surge 20+%, 911 40+% Compared to 2017

Posted 9/10/18

Porsches are awesome cars. Our mechanics love them. Apparently, a lot of people do. The company just posted its sales numbers for this past February 2018, and they’re pretty impressive, which is good news. Our repair shop likely has its fair share of Porsche brake...

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Never Be Afraid to Get a Second Opinion on Auto Repair

Does your car mechanic act like a bully? Oh, sure, they may pretend to be your best friend, but they practically “threaten” you under the guise of safety not to take the car to anyone else or ask for a second opinion. (You’d be surprised how many Cincinnati shops do this routinely.) Sure, it’s natural they want your business, but they should earn it fair and square like everyone else. It’s rare for a car to be truly too dangerous to drive down the street for a second opinion, and even if it is, it may well be worth the tow, especially if the repair is that serious. (To compete with AAA, the automobile service club, many insurance companies now offer free towing as part of their policy. Call your agent to see if you’re covered.) If the mechanic’s diagnosis and price is worth its weight in gold, it will stand up to a second opinion. After all, if you were having heart surgery, you’d want another doctor to weigh in, right?