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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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  • Knowing how to change a tire can save you time and money. Consider that a road service club is only as good and as fast as the next tow truck that happens to pass by. Having the skills to change a tire can make or break your day.

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  • I asked my wife if she’d like jewelry for Christmas. She said nothing would make her happier. So I got her nothing. OUCH! :o)

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  • Can you name this modernized version of a very popular tool? (We have several models on hand to help us get the job done!)

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  • Okay, who gets it? If you do, just “like,” don’t post the answer.

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  • Roxie Lou says .....Merry Christmas!!

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  • As we approach year’s end we want to take this opportunity to THANK YOU for liking our FB page. We hope you enjoy the car care tips and other postings. If at any time you have questions about your car, we invite you to post your questions to our FB page or send us a private message.

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  • Most people think that the cold of winter is what kills batteries. That’s a logical assumption given that batteries often fail in the winter. However, hot summer days and overcharging are the two main contributors to shortened battery life. Why, then, do so many batteries die in the winter? It takes more cranking energy (amps) to start a cold engine than a warm one. In other words, a battery may have enough cranking amps to start your car when it’s warm, but when the temps get cold and the oil in the engine thickens and internal engine parts get tight, it may not have enough energy to “turn-over” the engine. If your battery is over 5-years old we recommend coming in for a battery/electrical system check-up.

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  • We are very thankful for all of our wonderful customers, and we wish you and yours a safe and very blessed Thanksgiving.

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  • If you’re one of the millions of Americans who will take to the roads this Thanksgiving holiday, before you leave check the following: - Fluid Levels - Tire Pressure, Including the Spare - Wiper & Washer Operation - Lights including Turn Signals & Brake Lights

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  • Every battery we replace gets sent back to our parts supplier for recycling. Let us know if you have an old battery sitting around at home.

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  • A preview of coming attractions :o)

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  • The best time to find a repair shop is when you DON’T NEED ONE. The stress of a breakdown is bad enough; don’t compound it by trying to find a capable shop in an emergency. If you or someone you know does not have a good car care home, please stop by for a visit. We’re pleased to answer your questions, show you our facility, and most importantly listen to what your needs and concerns are regarding the care of your vehicle.

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  • Have a great weekend!

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  • And it won’t with a preventive fix-it-before-it-breaks maintenance strategy. Our specialty is keeping you on the road and never stranded alongside of it.

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  • And remember the clock in your car. If you need help with that, stop by next week and we'll reset it for you.

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  • It's that time of year when rodents will migrate out of the weather and into garages and into your car. One thing you can do to prevent the scene pictured here is to make sure that your garage and your vehicle doesn’t have any food in or around it. In other words clean out those French Fries from under the seat : o )

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  • Your vehicle CAN be made to operate safely and reliably for 200,000-plus miles; and doing so can save you a boatload of cash! Seriously, a long-term vehicle ownership goal may be THE most significant step you can take toward accumulating savings.

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  • Leaves that fall on your car can stain the finish, but a little elbow grease can keep your paint job looking fresh. A good wax application in the fall is a good idea. Here are a few tips.

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  • Pool Noodle Door Stop… This is a cheap and effective way to stop banging your door into the wall of your garage. Simply cut the tube in half and fasten it to the wall (glue, nails, or screws).

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