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Happy Holidays from American Car Center

Friday, December 21st, 2018

Happy Holidays from American Car Center

A special greeting for the Holidays from American Car Center to express to you our sincere appreciation for your business and loyalty this year past. We are very thankful and extend our warmest wishes for a happy and healthy holiday season.

Over the last year, American Car Center has opened many incredible new locations across the Southeast to better serve you. Our focus and passion are to ensure hard-working Americans have a great and reliable vehicle for a brighter future of their own making. We are grateful for your business – it is what has made our progress possible – and, at this time of year, American Car Center hopes that you, and those you love, will enjoy the spirit of the season, find pleasure and joy in life’s simple blessings and beauty in the quiet moments.

American Car Center genuinely thanks you for your loyalty and goodwill throughout the year. Come see us soon in 2019 so that we may once again find for you that excellent pre-driven, late model and low-mileage vehicle with a limited 36,000-mile/3-year warranty, oil changes included, you have come to expect from any of our more than 40 convenient locations. Remember, with The King of Credit, No Credit is No Problem!

Winterize Your Vehicle Majestically

Monday, November 26th, 2018

Late-model cars and SUVs don’t require extensive winterization routines, still, there are a few simple steps you can take to ensure your vehicle runs well this winter.

Check the battery. Cold weather is tough on your vehicle’s battery. Check and clean up areas of corrosion on connections and posts. Consider running a battery load test on batteries more than five years old.Check the car battery

Change the windshield wiper blades and refill your wiper fluid. Working windshield wipers and a solid supply of wiper fluid help ensure clear sightlines. Replace frayed or worn wipers and top up your wiper fluid tank with a lower-freezing temperature fluid.

Check the tire pressure. Cold weather causes air pressure in your tires to drop. A properly inflated tire ensures the best traction essential for driving in wintry conditions.Adding tire pressure

Examine the four-wheel drive. Working correctly, Four-wheel drive can provide better traction when driving on snowy and icy roads. Have it examined by a mechanic before winter weather sets in to ensure the system engages smoothly and that transmission and gear fluids are at their correct level.

Verify the anti-freeze mixture. The ratio of antifreeze to water in your radiator should be about 1:1 to prevent the coolant in your radiator from freezing. To check the composition of your radiator fluid, pick-up an inexpensive anti-freeze tester at an auto parts store.

Stock emergency supplies. You never know when you’ll need them, so be prepared by having your vehicle ready with emergency supplies, such as a blanket, new flashlight batteries and booster cables.

Adjust engine oil viscosity. In the winter, your engine will run more effectively with a thinner engine oil. Check your owner’s manual for information on proper viscosity levels for colder temperatures.

Check belts and hoses. Cold temperatures can weaken the belts and hoses that help make your engine run; examine them for cracks and wear and replace worn parts.American Car Center Front

Visit American Car Center today for a vehicle to exceed your expectations this winter. American Car Center has a vast network of locations across the Southeast; one is sure to be conveniently near you! A terrific selection of previously owned late-model SUVs and cars, with up to a three-year or 36,000-mile limited warranty, await you. At American Car Center, the King of Credit wants to approve you today!