Cold Front Approaching, Honda Cold Weather Tips

Let’s face it: winter’s here, and when something happens to your Honda, it always feels like we’re playing the “could’ve, should’ve” game.  Instead, it’s great to be aware of everything that might happen to your car because it’s getting chilly out, and take responsibility for them.  It means you’ll be able to drive to the […]

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Do Your Wipers Need Replacing?

How did your windshield wipers perform during yesterday’s deluge? Yesterday’s weather was a reminder that winter’s not over quite yet, becoming the 2nd wettest March day on record with 2.1 inches of rain.  It was also the wettest day on record in over two years, dating back to November 19th of 2012 when 2.13 inches […]

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4 Ways to Prepare your Honda for Fall Driving Conditions

1. Windshield Wipers This is easy to overlook because of gradual weather changes, but definitely take a look at your wiper blades and see if they need to be replaced.  For the Seattle area, we get a lot of moisture and it’s best to get the rubber-clad (‘winter’) blades to stave off ice on chilly […]

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Windshield Wiper Fluid Options

Having a clean and clear windshield is important for safe driving, especially during the darker days of fall and winter where visibility is already compromised. Your Honda’s windshield wiper fluid is an important part of this safety precaution and here are some pros and cons of different fluids: Commercial Products: Commercial fluids are designed to […]

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Washington State’s New Distracted Driving Law

It’s been about one month since Washington State’s new distracted driving law went into effect.  Are you in compliance or still occassionally find yourself reaching for your phone?  Now’s the time to seriously consider making changes to your driving habits, before the fall rainy season sets in. Want more information about how the new law […]

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How often should my radiator coolant be changed in my Honda?

If you are using standard radiator coolant, most Honda service manuals recommend every 30,000 miles or about every 2 – 3 years. If you are using the newer type 2 Long Life coolant, it should be changed every 110,000 miles or approximately every 7 years.  If your not sure what type of coolant you have […]

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