Annual Car Checkup List

While you may know the basics of what to check monthly and what keeps your car running – such as oil levels, making sure your check engine light is off, and having enough windshield wiper fluid – you may be wondering what aspects to look at for an annual car check-up. Performing routine annual checkups […]

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6 Key Car Fluids You Should Be Checking

Every car on the road is a well-oiled machine with a staggering amount of moving parts. While most people don’t think twice when they get into their car, the inner mechanisms of your vehicle are working day in and day out to get you where you need to go. To keep your ride running smoothly, […]

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Brakes on a Budget: Caution on Aftermarket Products

Getting a brake job on your car is never fun. Not only does it cost time, but a proper job can cost some serious cash, too. Most car owners know that quality is of the utmost importance when it comes to car maintenance, but the option of using cheaper aftermarket products can be incredibly tempting. […]

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5 DIY Storage Hacks Every Car Owner Should Know

Summer is here and that means it’s road trip season! Whether you’re trekking across the country or simply across the street, these storage tips are guaranteed to keep your car spotless and ready for any adventure. Clip On to Clean Up Your car has so much vertical space that is rarely utilized. An easy way […]

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What To Include In Your Emergency Car Kit

If you don’t already have an emergency car kit, now is the time to make one! We suggest including tools for changing a flat tire, jumper cables, water bottles, cold weather accessories (especially in the winter), a phone charger, and a first-aid kit at the bare minimum. It may also be helpful to include local […]

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5 Motor Vehicle Safety Standards You Should Know

When it comes to a broken windshield and your safety, you don’t want to be in the game of taking chances. It is imperative that a broken windshield be replaced properly. The following 5 Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) must be met for proper installation and Auto Glass of America will guarantee that they […]

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Protecting Your Car in Cold Weather

As the temperatures continue to decrease in the state of Tennessee and across the country, caring for your car will become increasingly important. It’s a known fact that cars don’t function as well in cold weather. There are several areas of your car to take special care of with frigid temperatures in the forecast.   […]

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Windshield Repair & Replacement FAQs

How do I know when to repair or replace my auto glass? It’s best to get your auto glass checked out as soon as possible. Even if your chip or crack is small, it can spread if you hit a pothole or drive on a gravel road. If you wait too long, that small crack […]

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4 Life-Saving Driving Tips That You May Not Know

Getting on the road full of distracted drivers can be scary (and for good reason). We all know it’s important to stay off our phones and keep our eyes on the road, but we’ve collected some lesser-known driving tips to keep you safe on the road this holiday season! 1. Keep your headlights on This […]

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What is a Lifetime Warranty Really Worth?

The term “lifetime warranty” is thrown around often, especially in the world of cars. Sometimes a lifetime warranty is offered by the car’s manufacturer, and other times by the car dealership. The term is certainly tempting to buy into, as it’s easy to assume the warranty applies to the entirety of your ownership of the […]

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