1. Don’t Take Chances With Your Transmission

    We’re transmission replacement and maintenance experts. If your transmission does need to be replaced, and you are anywhere in the Loveland area, give us a call. But, wouldn’t you really prefer not to have to replace your transmission? Keep an eye on these things to catch any problems before it is too late. Can’t get it into gear If you are struggling to get your car out of park in the morni…Read More

  2. 10 Tips to Prepare Your Car for a Summer Road Trip

    Summer is almost here, and we couldn’t be more excited. We’ve had enough of the cold. We love to take family road trips in the summer. If you do too, you’ll want to make sure your car is in tip-top condition before heading out. Here are some of our top tips for getting your car ready for summer road trips, whether you’re heading out to Rocky Mountain National Park for a week or heading out…Read More

  3. Welcome to Loveland Tire & Service!

    Cars have become essential to our way of life. It's difficult to commute, buy groceries, and take kids to practice without wheels. The thing is, cars are great while they're working. When they break down, it can really mess up your daily life. Not only that, it can be an expensive situation to remedy. Some auto repair and maintenance garages will try to take advantage of you, charging you for unne…Read More

  4. Stay Safe on the Road This Winter – Part 1

    Well, winter has hit Colorado, and it's going to be here a while. We have been known to get major snow storms in May! Snow or not, life has to go on. Here are some of our tips for keeping safe as you keep functioning through the weather. Stay Safe on the Road This Winter Take it slow. If you want to stay in control on snowy or icy roads, you have to go slowly. Whether you're turning, stopping, or …Read More

  5. Stay Safe on the Road This Winter – Part 2

    Keeping your life going when winter weather is going crazy can be a challenge. Even more than that, it can be dangerous. In our last blog, we discussed several ways for you to stay safe on the roads this winter. Today, we have a few more tips for you! Stay Safe on the Road This Winter Preserve visibility Winter weather reduces visibility. Whether you're dealing with a blizzard or sun glaring like …Read More

  6. Autumn Car Care Checklist – Part 2

    Did you know that October is Fall Care Month? By taking the time to tend to your car during Fall Care Month, you can set yourself up for peace of mind when the snow starts to fly. We are here to help! In our last blog, we had just gotten into a very important car maintenance area: Oil, Filters, and Gas. We didn't have time to finish there, so we're coming back to the topic (and more) today. Read …Read More

  7. Autumn Car Care Checklist – Part 1

    Cool temperatures and winter weather are on their way, and in Colorado, you need to be prepared. Our icy temperatures and heavy snowfall aren't to be taken lightly. Additionally, winter has a nasty way of magnifying preexisting car issues, especially hard starts, rough idling, and slow performance. If you aren't sure if a little fall maintenance is worth the cost, remember that cars generally take…Read More

  8. 6 Items Every Driver Should Have

    Being prepared on the road can mean the difference between life and death, but many people assume nothing will happen to them and fail to equip themselves for emergencies. While modern cars usually feature spare tires, jacks, and tire irons, these items won't be any help to you if you're stranded in a blizzard or dealing with an overheated engine in the desert. The good news is, there are items y…Read More

  9. Why Maximum Tire Pressure Isn’t the Best

    The debate about tire pressure has gone on for a long time, and chances are good it won't end anytime soon. Some people think you should fill your tires to the maximum pounds per square inch (PSI) printed on their sidewalls. Others say you should fill it to the lowest recommended PSI, and others try to find a happy medium. Everyone is trying to find the tire pressure that will give a smooth ride …Read More

  10. Tire Pressure Gauges 101

    When you start your car and all the lights on your dash shine for a few seconds, your Low Tire Pressure light is among them. It's connected to your tire pressure gauge, a sensor that receives the pressure in all four of your vehicle's tires. If you have a modern vehicle, it has a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that is designed to turn on the warning light if it senses under-inflation of 25…Read More