Car Tips

Most new vehicles start with a "new car smell," and while that is satisfying, there are other specific odors that motorists should never ignore. Identifying these suspect smells early on can help car owners be aware and avoid the hassle and expense of an… Read more
It’s always the right time to learn the ABCs of car care: A – Always follow a preventative vehicle maintenance plan. B – Be sure to have your car inspected when you suspect there is a problem. C – Correct the problem to help avoid the inconvenience and… Read more
As Valentine’s Day draws near, why not consider sharing the love with your faithful vehicle? It works hard for you, daily, and rarely whines, even after you slam the brakes, rev the engine, nearly run it out of gas, and blare the horn. Your trusty 4-… Read more
With gas prices remaining low, drivers should take advantage of their savings and invest it back into their vehicles. By spending a little now to increase fuel efficiency, drivers can multiply fuel savings and save more money at the pump. Engine… Read more
Now that the cooler weather is creeping in, we wanted to take a minute to go over some important news for the next several months! During the colder months, you like to bundle up! But unfortunately, we can’t just put a puffer jacket over our cars and… Read more
A pre-trip vehicle check can determine how road-ready your vehicle is so you can take steps to have any problems fixed before heading out for vacation. Before you hit the road, Trinity Auto Service recommends a vehicle check to help avoid the… Read more
First Aid Kit If you put your own emergency car kit together, make sure none of the items are in glass bottles or vials—put them in plastic containers with tight lids instead. Use the suggested items below to build your own first-aid kit: Absorbent… Read more
At Trinity Auto Service we believe it's important for you to get the best gas mileage possible! To get better mileage out of your tank you have to keep your car running at its best.Here are a few tips for better gas mileage:Regularly Scheduled MaintenanceBG… Read more
Both Hands on the Wheel Always drive with both hands on the wheel. The best place for your hands are the nine and three o'clock positions, which helps provide greater control when steering. Lights on, Please With your safety in mind, most new vehicles… Read more