Chevy wants to make owning a car easy. They understand a car is a big investment and that tech is the future. The automotive industry isn't just about speed and looks anymore. It's about tech. Chevy answers the tech call with the MyChevrolet mobile app. Welcome to the world of convenient vehicle management through a smartphone. What perks does the app give you?
Set parking reminders
Send destinations through the app
Remote engine start/stop and vehicle door lock/unlock
Vehicle monitoring and management
View vehicle diagnostic information
Check for recalls
Synchronized with Chevrolet Owner Center site to deliver a consistent ownership experience
How do I get the app?
Download the myChevrolet mobile app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
1. Have a professional check your fluid levels: Although this seems as such an easy enough task, there is a safety risk if not performed properly. Our certified technicians can check your fluid levels, and the systems they control.
We recommend checking Brake Fluid, Coolant Fluid, Power Steering, Transmission and Windshield Washer Fluid in addition to Motor Oil.
2. Ensure Proper Tire Care: The only think keeping your vehicle safely on the road is your tires. During the Holiday Season, the additional wear from the extra workload increase the chances of irregular and premature wear if your tires are not properly inflated you run the risk of overloading them. Be sure to have your tires, alignment, suspension and steering components all checked out to make sure they are in good condition.
When you are driving around in your car, one of the most common yet easily avoided problems can be overheating of the vehicle. Should this happen to you it can be a source of worry, frustration and confusion.
Thankfully, dealing with an overheated car isn't quite as challenging as it might sound: when managed in the right way, in fact, it can be pretty easy to administer. Let's take a look at what that might entail.
If you are worried about overheating, or it has happened before and you had no solution, you should try and implement the following:
• Look for Steam. Steam is the obvious sign - no smoke without fire, and no heat without steam. If you see steam pouring out, then you have an engine that cannot handle itself. Steam is not something that you should just ignore - and it certainly ...
It's summertime and that calls for being out and about more on the roads. Are you planning a summer road trip, traveling on the weekends to your summer cabin or spending your evenings out enjoying the hot summer nights?
It's time to think about your vehicle and the seasonal maintenance it might need. Here are some tips to ensure safe summer driving this August:
1. Beat the Heat. Your cars cooling system is critical to your summer driving so make sure to give it extra care through the season. 2. Air Conditioning. Make sure your air conditioning won't quit cooling for you this summer, inspect the system for any worn out, damaged belts and that it's clear of any debris. 3. Summer Tread. Opt for All Weather tires or get some summer tires on your vehicle. You'll get more speed, better handling a...
Whether you're listening to the latest podcast or NPR channel, you might just end up wishing you had some great music along for the ride. Music and road trips go hand in hand, and if you're looking for some new tunes, there are many places to find and download music:
iTunes Store Amazon MP3 Spotify Napster eMusic 7digital
There are even more places to find a good song list. But how do you entertain the whole family? Or your best friend who decided to take his or her vacation time, so they could drive with you across the country.
If you're travelling with your family, show tunes are always a great choice. Most of us can even sing along to some of the old standards:
South Pacific West Side Story My Fair Lady Bye, Bye Birdie Grease More genres to choose from, to satisfy most musical tastes: Folk Pop HipHo...
Did you know that distracted driving is becoming the leading cause of traffic accidents? According to the National Safety Council, as many as 40,000 people died in auto accidents last year, which is the highest number since 2007.
One factor that contributes to this statistic is the increasing number of people who own smartphones. Whether it's texting, talking, eating - or anything that takes the driver's attention off the road, a crash can be the unfortunate result of that.
The good news is that there are a few simple steps you can take to keep yourself safer on the road:
1. Don't use your phone while driving. If you have to make a call, make sure to link your vehicle's hands-free system ahead of time if it's equipped with one. Do check your local laws and regulations on what's allowed.
Here comes the sun and rising temperatures, which means an entirely different strategy for car care. Here are six simple tips to help you care for your vehicle as we make way for spring!!
1. Wash and Wax One of the single most important things as spring starts. Allowing debris and grime to build up on your car can affect its paint and finish.
2. Clean the Inside, Too Nobody wants to spend time cleaning out their car during a cold winter day. That's why spring is the perfect time to clean your car's interior, Spring Cleaning we like to call it. Remove and throw away any trash and other items that have accumulated in your vehicle over the winter.
3. Check Your Tire Pressures As air gets warmer again in the spring, tire pressures can increase; If the pressure increases past your manufacturer spe...
Spring time brings rain and the after effects of winter weather, potholes and uneven pavement.
Keep these driving tips in mind before you travel: •Spring showers bring May flowers - and wet driving conditions. Slow down on slick roads, and increase your following distance even when mist begins to fall. Just a small amount of water can mix with oil and grease on the road to create slippery conditions.
•Share the road. Warm weather brings out motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians.
•Understand the impact of medications on driving: For many people, spring means seasonal allergies. Over-the-counter allergy drugs can have side effects or interact with other medications to diminish your driving ability
•If possible, go around potholes.
•Deep potholes can throw your car out of alignment or wors...
The 2018 Chevrolet Silverado is a rather interesting model, and is the culmination of close to a century of work from Chevrolet. This pick-up is, to many, the pinnacle of their work and probably as close to 'perfect' as you are likely to get on the road at this moment in time.
The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is a very impressive piece of hardware. It's very capable of handling all 'pickup-y' tasks and is the true definition of American strength, energy and gusto. It's very powerful, thanks to the inclusion of a 6.2l V8 engine ensuring that it gives you a whopping 420BHP of power. Add in the ability to tow 12,500 pounds and this is an absolute workhorse of a machine.
The latest edition to the 'family' adds some nice new features, if a little low-key in terms of new add-ons. For example, it now...
Should you have grown up with a resident car expert in the family, you'll likely be sick of hearing them say "check your fluids, check your fluids!" but it's not something you should ignore. Ignore it at your peril, in fact; a car that has poor fluid control is a car that will put you in a lot of danger later on in its life. That nag in the family might mention it to you every time you get in the car, but they have a very good point.
So, what are the kinds of fluids that you should be checking - and what are the fluids that not enough people look into?
• Transmission Fluids. These are regularly forgotten about and tend to be a problem after around 100,000 miles. Still, change it after every 50-60k instead for the best performance. This is going to manage your cars maintenance costs and is ...
As the summer ends and reality dawns once again, it's time to start paying attention to getting yourself ready for school. Sadly, getting your car back to school ready style means taking a lot of time to look at the more engaging parts of owning a car. You need to be prepared to take more care of it, to make it less 'flash' and to do quite of messing around and changing to get it ready for going back to school with.
So, let's see what you need to start off with if you want to get your car road-ready for going back to school with.
Getting Your Car Back to School Ready: Checklist - Start off by taking a closer look under the hood. Are your fluid levels good? How is the engine oil coming alone - do you need more? What about brake and steering fluid; still enough? - Are you checking the transmis...
For some people out there, car maintenance or service is nothing more than filling up their fuel tank. If checking your vehicle before every drive sounds a waste of time and money, it is something you cannot overlook. Though it is not one of your main priorities, regular vehicle service can help eliminate higher expenditures in the long run.
Aside from that, it can ensure an increase driving safety, functional performance, excellent fuel economy, extended lifespan, and much more. But delaying car service lessens your chance to experience countless benefits which will lead to hassles.
Due to delayed car service, here are the following risks you cannot afford to encounter.
• Oil Sludge Build up In the Engine Just like a gel, any built up oil sludge adheres to many parts of your engine. It se...