Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Monday, March 26, 2012
Thursday, March 22, 2012
10 GREAT REASONS TO VISIT F&S COLLISION
1. Our friendly staff and employees are more than happy to work with you! We stand out above the rest with our determination to improve the customer’s experience.
2. We have a large repair shop, complete with state-of-the-art equipment. We boast nine bays, a frame rack, a lift, a spraying booth, and a wash area.
3. Our hours run from 8am-5pm on weekdays, and 9am-12pm on Saturday. We are always around to serve you!
4. We are available online in various forms of social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Blogger.
5. We are always striving to make the customer’s experience better, and we will always do everything we can to make you happy with your experience here.
6. We have rental cars on site, so you can get a rental when you drop your own car off for repairs!
7. Is everything about your car perfect except for the paint job? We also do custom work! Detailing, painting, you name it!
8. If you are stuck somewhere and need to be towed to F&S for repairs, we offer that too! Feel free to call us during regular business hours and we can organize towing service.
9. We have over 100 years of combined experience in auto body and collision.
10. Since 2002, we have been locally owned and family operated. With ten years of local business under our belts, we can promise to live up to your expectations!
Monday, March 19, 2012
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Tips to: SAVE MONEY ON GAS!
Don't top off.
- Even though you might want to round off your total, you’re actually just wasting gas. Gasoline is stored underground in a cool place, and when it heats up in your car (especially in the summer), it expands.
- This could cause your tank to overflow if you top off too much, which means you’re pouring your gasoline, and money, down the drain.
- When you are sitting in standstill traffic, waiting in a slow drive-thru, or even just waiting for someone, you actually save gas by turning off your car.
- Idling your car for 10 seconds actually consumes more gas than turning off and restarting your car.
- Keeping your tires aired up to the proper level will reduce the contact area of your tire to the road and therefore reduce the friction. This will slightly improve your gas mileage.
Use the brake correctly.
- A car consumes most gas as it accelerates. A moving car doesn't require much gasoline to keep moving.
- In order to improve your mileage, you need to keep your car moving as smooth as possible. Speeding up and slamming on the breaks is really rough on your gasoline consumption.
Lighten the load.
- Weighing your car down with unneeded items means that it requires more gasoline for your car to move. Go ahead and take out some of the extra things you have stored in your trunk, but keep the spare tire!