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Bay Auto Care is a full service preventative maintenance and automotive repair center. We provide 1st Rate Service and repair to all foreign and domestic vehicles.

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  • Whatever your plans this Memorial Day weekend, please take a moment to honor the memories of our nation’s fallen heroes.

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  • AAA says more than 37-million Americans will travel 50-miles or more this Memorial Day weekend. Is your vehicle ready?

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  • For you car buffs: The front shock on this Chevy Suburban being changed is very advanced. It's an electronic Magnetic Ride shock. Here's the cool part: It has special fluid with magnetic particles inside that can change from a thin state to almost plastic state 1000 times per second! It's controlled by the computer. How's that for making a comfortable ride!

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  • Did you know that tires have a shelf life? This is a good post from the Car Care Council.

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  • Long term vehicle ownership will save you many tens of thousands of dollars over your lifetime; enough to fund your retirement, depending on your age, of course. But doesn’t driving an older high-mileage vehicle put me at a high risk of an over-the-road breakdown, you may be asking? With every vehicle (new and old alike) there’s a breakdown risk, but with the proper care an older high-mileage vehicle presents no more of a breakdown risk than a newer vehicle. We can keep you on the road and not stranded alongside of it and save you a lot of money in the process as you eliminate that monthly car payment, and instead make that payment to yourself. Think about it.

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  • Who knows why this pic is appropriate for Mother's Day? By the way, Happy Mother's Day to all moms this Sunday.

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  • Here’s an idea for new parents… Take pictures of you pulling your baby out of a spacecraft in the forest, and then hide the pictures in the attic for your kid to find when he or she is about 10 years old.

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  • Drive safely this weekend!

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  • Why check the lights on every vehicle? So HE doesn't!

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  • Some things to keep in mind for those of you towing boats or campers this summer.

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  • Wednesday brain teaser. Post your answer (or guess). We'll follow up later with the correct answer and an explanation.

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  • Well, it is April 15 :o)

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  • Talk about getting away for spring break. Maybe we need to consider opening a 'satellite' location to service these rovers :o)

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  • April is National Car Care Month.

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  • On what side of the car is the gas tank? If you're driving a rental or other new-to-you car, you may not know which side to pull up to at the gas pump. Most models have an arrow indicating on which side the fill pipe is located. Next time you hop in the car, look at the fuel gauge for the small arrow beside the gas pump icon.

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