Win $300 or Free Tires! is offering ghoulishly good deals on tires this October, but that’s not all! For a limited time, you can enter Artie’s Spooky Sweepstakes for a chance to win one of five $300 gift cards or the grand prize: a free set of tires with installation at a RightTurn certified installer! For details, head to between October 3, 2017 and October 12, 2017. Look for the sweepstakes posts and follow the … Continue reading

October Tire Sale — Save HUNDREDS at

Trick or treat. Smell my feet. Get some new tires for the street. This October, get a ghoulishly good deal on tires at There’s rebates, instant discounts, and some drivers can save up to $250! Instant Discounts Audi $100 Off Chrysler Up to $250 Off Dodge Up to $250 Off FIAT Up to $250 Off Hyundai Up to $250 Off Jeep Up to $250 Off Kia Up to $250 … Continue reading

Can Anything Good Come from a Junk Yard?

Is it safe to buy and use car parts from junk yards? When you picture salvage yards, maybe your mind flashes to images of snarling guard dogs chasing people. Or maybe you recall the bad dealings and fights that have happened there in shows and movies like Breaking Bad and Superman. You might even be thinking of The Beast from The Sandlot!You might even be thinking of The Beast from … Continue reading

Fall Car Care Tips: Is Your Car Ready For The First Day of Fall?

Depending on your feelings about cold weather, the first day of fall could mean different things to you. Perhaps autumn means pumpkin spice everything, or it’s your cue to put up your Halloween decorations. Or maybe you’re ready to hibernate. If you live where the air hurts your face half the year, then the autumn equinox is also a good time to prepare your car or truck for the oncoming … Continue reading

Oil Change Intervals

The age-old tale handed down from parent to child: Change your oil every 3,000 miles. Well, okay—you won’t find it in any cave drawings, but just about every automobile owner has heard it. However, technology has come a long way, so it’s time to take another look at oil change intervals. How Have Oil Changes Changed? Today’s synthetic oils have a lifespan of up to 15,000 miles in some vehicles, … Continue reading

The Perfect Match: Choosing the Right Mechanic

Whether you’re buying a new car or your old car mechanic just moved away, finding the right professional to do your regular car service can make a big difference. To keep your wallet from getting jacked up while your car’s on jacks, consider the following. Cheaper Isn’t Always Better Having routine maintenance done correctly is necessary if you want to be able to use your car’s warranties should anything happen … Continue reading

Sun’s Out, Rims Out

If you want to make a small style statement with your car or truck, you might hang some fuzzy dice on your rearview mirror. Still others may decide to completely obscure their view out the back window with decals of happy little stick-figure families, political slogans, and/or vulgar cartoon characters. On the other hand, serious style comes into play with customized rims—literally, the part of the wheel onto which your … Continue reading

Book Lovers Day

Loving cars and enjoying reading are anything but mutually exclusive, and that’s why we’re so hyped that August 9 is National Book Lovers Day. Instead of blasting tunes as you cruise this Wednesday, why not try listening to an audiobook? Here are some of the best audiobooks to take you through your journeys—whether long or short—for the remainder of summer. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams If … Continue reading

Hybrid vs. Electric Cars

Whether you’re hoping to save the environment or just some green for your wallet, you’ve probably thought about hybrid and electric vehicles. You likely have a lot of questions about the differences between these two types of eco-friendly automobiles. We have some answers. Let’s Talk Range Electric It’s true that you can plug in to any regular, grounded outlet and charge your electric vehicle, or EV, overnight. As long as … Continue reading

Is Your Car Ready for Summer?

If you plan on taking a couple summer road trips, then you’ll need to get your car maintenance sorted out first. You don’t want to need emergency auto repair in the middle of the Nowheresville. Sitcoms may thrive on that kind of drama, but you’ve got better things to do.   Help your engine keep its cool. An inefficient engine can wreak havoc on your travel plans. Here are a … Continue reading