Your browser does not support the video tag. If you’re a quart low in your vehicle, there isn’t enough motor oil to lubricate your engine properly. The extra friction causes drag that reduces fuel economy while you’re driving around the Houston area. The same goes for
Your browser does not support the video tag. Today at Lucas Auto Care we want to talk with you about a very important safety issue. This automotive safety warning is coming from a very unusual source: fire fighting experts. You’ve probably heard of E-85 gasoline being offered
Your browser does not support the video tag. Houston residents often ask the question: “Will using premium gas make my car run better?” The answer is simple. But first, let’s talk about what exactly premium gasoline is. Different grades of gasoline have different octane ratings.
Your browser does not support the video tag. Looking at getting some new tires? Maybe the real reason for wanting those off-highway tires is that they look cool. Well there’s nothing wrong with that. If you make sure that you’ve got your functional needs covered
Your browser does not support the video tag. All new passenger vehicles on our Houston, TX roads now have tire pressure monitoring systems – TPMS for short. They are designed to alert you if your tires are under inflated. Since they are fairly new, a
Here’s a travel tip that’ll I’ll bet you didn’t know, and, it might keep you safer… The average American commuter in TX spends two and a half hours daily in their car. The government says a hundred thousand auto accidents yearly are caused by drivers
Your browser does not support the video tag. Most Houston drivers don’t even think about their air conditioner. Now here’s a tip for Houston vehicle owners: Run your air conditioner every so often during TX winters. This circulates the lubricant to help keep the seals
Your browser does not support the video tag. Just as our bodies need clean air to function properly, your vehicle engine needs clean air to operate efficiently. Let’s go egghead for a minute. For every gallon of gas we burn driving on Houston streets, twenty pounds of