When it’s time to take your vehicle in to get it serviced, the last thing you want to think about is how stressful it will be. To many automotive businesses, you’re just a number on a screen. At Point S Tires, it’s the complete opposite. There you are treated liked family.
Point S Tires & Automotive. Are you looking for sweet, new wheels? Don’t wait! Get your tires before the end of 2022 and you could win $1000.
It’s their biggest winter sale of the season, the Black Friday Burnout Event. It starts, today! (11/23/22)
Buy any 3 Nokian, Toyo, or Nexen Tires, and get the 4th tire free. The sale will run through Black Friday weekend and end on 11/28/22.
The winter weather is here. There’s no getting around driving in the nasty weather. Obviously, when it’s raining or snowing, it’s important to drive slower and more cautiously. Unfortunately, it always appears there are far too many people driving too fast.
Fall is upon us, the leaves are falling, the temperatures are dropping and Winter is coming very soon. Not only that, but it’s the Holiday Season! Driving many extra miles during this time of the year to see family and friends is almost guaranteed. The last person you’re thinking about right now is yourself.
As real estate interest rates rise, people continue to leave the workforce and fuel prices continue to skyrocket, the current state of the economy is taking its toll on millions of Americans. Unfortunately, there is no sign of letting up, especially with sanctions and war in other countries throughout the world.
If you haven’t been to the Applegate area near Grants Pass, you are in for a real treat. After leaving the city area, the roads are a little curvy but they are very smooth and the views are breathtaking.
If you live in a valley, you may only have to drive on hills occasionally, but if you live somewhere similar to Southern Oregon, you may have to drive on them just about every day. Most people don’t quite comprehend that driving in the hills requires extra precautionary measures to be safe.
Depending on your vehicle, the recommended interval could be typical every 4-5 months or 5,000 miles. You may not know this, but if you don’t change your oil at the recommended intervals, you could unknowingly void your vehicle’s manufacturer warranty. If you own a newer vehicle, make sure to stick to this schedule.
That’s right, folks! The Fair season is upon us in and it’s time to get out with friends and family to have a good time! Whether you enjoy going to Concerts, Taking your Kids to the Carnival, viewing Hot Rods, Diesel Trucks and Off-Road Vehicles at the NEW Spirit of the Fair Cars and Cornhole, or even splurging on Fair Food, the last thing you want to worry about is your vehicle having an issue while you’re driving down the road.