Archive for the ‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

Is The Temperature Sensor On My Car Accurate?

Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
Woman in the drivers seat of a car

While the temperature gauge on your car’s dashboard is a good indicator of the general temperature outside, it isn’t without fault and should be treated as a rough estimate only and not as an accurate reading. We break down why your car’s thermometer is usually wrong below. (more…)

Why do I need to rotate my tires and how often is it necessary?

Friday, April 5th, 2019
Man in yellow work gloves changing a tire

Tire rotation is a necessary part of maintaining the health of your tires. When vehicle maintenance doesn’t include tire rotations, tires that work the hardest, like the front tires on FWD-equipped models, will wear more quickly than the rest causing vehicle owners to replace all four tires thousands of miles sooner wasting money. (more…)

How much money is my used car, crossover, or truck worth?

Friday, March 8th, 2019

Whether it’s time to sell or you just want to keep a handle on how your auto investment has fared over time, you may want to know the current value of your used vehicle. Learn more about how much money you can make from your used car sale and how a personal sale vs a dealership trade-in could affect your profits below. (more…)

What is considered low mileage for a used vehicle?

Thursday, February 14th, 2019
Looking out a car windshield from the drivers point of view

While shopping for a used vehicle can be a smart move thanks to the quick depreciation of new vehicles, shoppers may also have to do a little more homework before signing on the dotted line to be sure they aren’t buying a lemon. One of the first factors most used car shoppers look at is mileage. On average, a car will be driven about 10,000-12,000 miles a year. (more…)

What should I do if my key fob stops working?

Thursday, December 13th, 2018
Woman pressing a button on her key fob

Over time, your key fob’s battery will eventually die leaving you without easy access to your vehicle. Assuming you have a smart key with keyless entry and ignition and no physical key, it can be confusing to try and figure out how to unlock and start your vehicle until you can get a battery replacement. We have included some tips and tricks for unlocking and starting your vehicle with a dead key fob battery below. (more…)

How do I detail the interior of my car?

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018
grey sedan traveling through a car wash

While there’s nothing quite like a professional detailing service at your local dealership, some car owners prefer to go the DIY route to save some money. But, getting professional car detailing results isn’t as easy as it might seem. We have created a list of 4 secrets you will need to know to get the sparkling-clean results you are after below. (more…)

Why is my car shaking when I drive on the highway?

Wednesday, November 14th, 2018
Family with a small child in their car

While maintaining your car’s recommended maintenance schedule should help to reduce the troubles you have on the road, all car owners will face a few roadblocks to optimal performance. If you have started to experience some shaking, especially when driving on the highway, find out more about what could be the cause below. Hint – one of the most common causes are tires that are out of alignment. Read more below. (more…)

Which Seats Are Better: Cloth or Leather?

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018
Leather seat close up shot black interior

There are so many things to choose when picking out a car, what sort of engine do you want, what company to buy from, which trim level works best, everything can be customized this day so there’s a lot of choices. Where do you even begin? 

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How To Protect Your Leather Car Interiors From The Sun

Thursday, July 19th, 2018
Someone wiping down leather car interiors with a bright green cloth

Many of the luxury pre-owned models available for sale at Texas Motor Club come equipped with leather interiors and upholstery. We love leather interiors because they add comfort, are easy to clean, and make everything inside your vehicle feel a little more upscale. Leather seats do require a little extra TLC, however, to make sure they stay soft and free of sun damage including fading and tears. Find our top 3 ways to reduce sun damage on leather car seats below. (more…)

Make sure your car stays valuable while you drive it

Wednesday, May 9th, 2018
Men discuss car at dealership

How to maintain a high resale value for your vehicle

So you’ve just purchased a new or new-to-you car. You’re obviously excited about this, but you also know that a vehicle is a big investment. Which means that when it’s time to (hopefully) upgrade vehicles, you’re going to want the biggest return on investment possible. Here on the Texas Motor Club Blog, we want to make sure that we’re providing you with useful information when it comes to your vehicle, so today we’ll be talking about how to maintain a high resale value for your vehicle. There are quite a few ways in which you can make sure it stays valuable, and most importantly buyable. Keep reading this blog post for more information. (more…)

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