Gas stations are an aspect of modern life that we take for granted. A major obstacle to the expansion of automobile usage at the beginning of the century was the lack of gas stations - people didn’t buy cars if they couldn’t fill them up, and nobody wanted to build a gas station if there were no car owners around to use it. Prior to service stations, gasoline had to be purchased at pharmacies, and later could be obtained at hardware stores and blacksmith shops. In 1913, in response to the mass production and widespread availability of the Model-T Ford, Gulf opened the first drive-in fuel service station in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Soon after, another station opened in Seattle, and over the next several years gas stations became common across the nation. Over the course of the last century, gas stations have become part of the scenery; you probably never imagine a world without them. Fuel service stations are a huge aspect of modern life, immeasurably impacting billions of lives around the globe.
At Aaron's Car Care, Inc. in Jacksonville, we know that the difference between a car that runs for 80,000 miles and a car that makes it to 400,000 miles depends on one thing; maintenance. Here are a few tips to avoid some of the most notorious car killers out there.
Road trips are a lot of fun, and often unpredictable. With this checklist from Aaron's Car Care, Inc. in Jacksonville, you’ll be prepared for whatever comes your way.
At Aaron's Car Care, Inc. in Jacksonville, the history of cars is a huge topic of interest to us. Here’s an interesting piece of automotive trivia, from us to you.
While some keys or key fobs can only be obtained from dealerships, most cars can be programmed to accept a new key or key fob without expensive dealer intervention. At Aaron's Car Care, Inc. in Jacksonville, we often provide such services, at a fraction of the cost.
At Aaron's Car Care, Inc. in Jacksonville, we’ve witnessed our fair share of burnt out and broken clutches. While clutch failure is an inevitability, there are a variety of ways to make sure yours lasts as long as possible.