Can Car Scent Keep You Safe On TX Roads?

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Here’s a travel tip that’ll I’ll bet you didn’t know, and, it might keep you safer… The average American commuter in TX spends two and a half hours daily in their car. The government says a hundred thousand auto accidents yearly are caused by drivers who fall asleep at the wheel. (Aggressive driving is the… Read more »

Abilene Air Conditioning Service

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Working up a sweat is a great thing to do in a gym around Abilene, but not in your car. When Abilene drivers’ car’s AC System has a problem, they’ll often feel it right away. The question is, how long do you put up with it? You know, the old comfort versus cost dilemma. But… Read more »

Gas Savings In Abilene: Sharpen Your Pencil

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High gas prices in Abilene increase the cost of living for TX car owners. You’ve probably budgeted a certain amount for vehicle related expenses. Increased fuel costs now consume a larger portion of our incomes, causing some Abilene vehicle owners to skimp in other areas – like scheduled maintenance. According to TX news reports and… Read more »

Recommended Service Intervals At Procter Automotive

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Most people in the Sweetwater area are aware that automotive manufacturers have recommended service intervals. Following recommended service intervals is very important. The engineers that design our vehicles have tested the various systems and components to meet durability and safety standards. Some of these standards are self-imposed and others, like those for emissions components, are… Read more »

PCV Valve Service At Procter Automotive In Abilene

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Today, we are talking about your PCV valve. The PCV Valve is a little, inexpensive part that does an essential job for Abilene auto owners. PCV stands for Positive Crankcase Ventilation. The crankcase is the bottom area of the engine that holds the oil. When the truck engine’s running, fuel is burned to generate power…. Read more »