If you are sticking close to the greater Albuquerque area for the holidays, chances are you won’t run into severe winter weather. But many Albuquerque residents are transplants who will return to their childhood stomping grounds in chillier parts of the country. If you’re making that trip in your car, make sure your vehicle is ready for harsher winter driving conditions. Here’s how: Continue reading Is Your Car Ready for Holiday Travel?
There’s a lot of summer fun to be had outside, but most vacation and stay-cation destinations require driving to get there. That means that summer fun comes with the possibility of an accident. But an accident doesn’t have to ruin your trip. If you take the time to equip yourself with information about your insurance coverage and have the insurance claims management specialists at Quanz Auto Body to back you up, you can salvage your trip.
What You Need to Know before You Go
The best safeguard against accident-smashed vacation plans is knowledge of your insurance coverage. Before your leave home, review your auto insurance policy (call your agent if you have to) to find out: Continue reading Don’t Let Vehicle Damage Ruin Your Trip
What is summer vacation without outdoor adventures? It’s hardly a summer, right? If you are planning to exit the city and enjoy wide open spaces, make sure to pack the essentials in case you get stuck outside of cellular service areas.
Before You Leave, Pack…
A failure to plan is a plan for failure, so to make sure that you can make it to your destination and back, you must have the basic tools and supplies for emergency DIY roadside assistance.
Assuming your great outdoors getaway will take you to locales with unpaved roads, sparse population and little cell reception, we recommend: Continue reading DIY Vehicle Emergency Helps when You’re Out of Cell Range
You want your vacation to be memorable for all the right reasons, and that doesn’t include unexpected car troubles, car accidents or other types of emergencies. While you can’t control everything, proper planning can go a long way to preventing unwanted hassles and tragedies. So, if you’re planning to take to the road for your summer vacation, we have a few tips.
Prepare Your Car for Your Travel and Destination
Travel throughout the US has the potential to take you through the blistering heat of southern Texas or the likes of Death Valley as well as unseasonably cool Pacific Northwest where mountain camping could very well see snow. You need to make sure your car is prepared for the Continue reading Vacation Prep: Get There and Back in One Piece
For some people, vacations are not so much about the destination as the adventure in getting there. If your summer plans include a road trip, there are a few preparations you should make to ensure your car’s ready for the long journey ahead, such as: Continue reading Planning a Road Trip? Did You…
With the end of the school year, the summer is the perfect time to get your teen behind the wheel of the family car. Teaching your teenager how to drive isn’t the only lesson you can offer; give them a little extra help and show them how to properly care for the family car!
The Importance of Oil Changes
It may seem easy to just let Continue reading Summer’s Here! Time to Get On the Road!
Travel is always a little risky, but there are days and times when driving is statistically extremely dangerous. We hear on the news that people should be careful when heading out during the holiday season, but is that just hype? Statistics gathered since 1975 have shown definite patterns. There are some days when it’s just best to avoid unnecessary driving. Continue reading Some Days Are More Dangerous Than Others