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Understanding Seasonal Tires

Learn more about seasonal tires with BFGoodrich and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Some tires are created with a unique tread for specific weather conditions, while others are built to handle year-round conditions. Some excel in winter, some rain and some off-road. There are positives and negatives for each tire, so be sure you understand them. All-Season Tires The most popular tire on the road, built to handle “everyday” driving conditions.(…)

Tips for Maintaining Your Windshield Wipers

Follow these tips for maintaining your windshield wipers from Peak and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. When it comes to car maintenance, it’s often the little details that matter most. Your windshield wipers are certainly among these little details. While they might not seem as essential as your transmission, these tools can save your life on the road. By keeping your wipers clean and in top condition, you will ensure your(…)

5 Tips for Fall Car Care

Get your car ready for fall with these five tips from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. October is Fall Car Care month. Fall is the perfect time to get your car ready for winter weather, especially before snow hits the ground. Use these five easy tips for fall car care from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. 1. Check the Tires As with any vehicle check, tires are a must. Check tire tread(…)

Tips for Driving in Wet Weather

Follow these tips for driving in wet weather from Goodyear and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Driving in wet weather can be a hassle – and potentially dangerous. It’s important you and your car are prepared for wet and rainy conditions. With these tips from Goodyear and Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can have peace of mind on the road. Get Your Car Ready for Wet Weather Conditions Check Tire Tread(…)

Do I Need a Trickle Charger?

Learn about automotive trickle chargers with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. There are so many different types of battery chargers available in the automotive world. If you have a seasonal vehicle, or just a vehicle that’s not used all the time, a trickle charger might be what you need. To learn more about what trickle chargers, and what they can do for a car battery, follow along with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.(…)

The Impact of Summer Heat on Belts

Learn about the impact of summer heat on vehicle belts with Dayco and Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Summertime means lots of road trips, weekend getaways, family reunions and trips up north – which in turn means putting your car and its air conditioning to work. Hot summer temperatures can take a toll on your vehicle, especially the vehicle’s belts and hoses. They’re both critical pieces that help cool your vehicle(…)

Winter vs. Summer Windshield Wipers

Learn about the differences between summer and winter wiper blades with Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Windshield wiper blades keep your vision clear on the road when rain, sleet and snow are coming down. Did you know that there are actually winter blades and summer blades, both made to keep your windshield clear in varying conditions? Learn about the different types of wiper blades with the help of Blain’s Farm &(…)

5 Tire Facts & Myths

Learn about five tire misconceptions with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. When it comes to caring for your vehicle, there’s a lot to be said about tires. You might have heard it all – new tires should always be put on the front, you can drive as long as you want on a spare tire…the list goes on. Blain’s Farm & Fleet is here to debunk and explain(…)

5 Tire Check Tips for a Road Trip

Get ready for your summer road trip with this tire checklist from Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Going on a road trip is a favorite summer past time for many people. Exploring new places, spending time with family and friends – it’s all a part of vacationing on the road. It’s important to make sure your car – specifically your tires – is ready for miles upon miles of drive time.(…)

How to Change Your Spark Plugs

Learn how to change your spark plugs with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet. Spark plugs can wear out over time. Luckily, we don’t have to replace them that often. When a spark plug does burn up, it can cause poor gas mileage, cause problems with your acceleration, and even make your Check Engine light turn on. If you’re a DIY auto mechanic, you can definitely change your spark(…)

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