Happy Wallet Quality Auto Repair posts blog posts on a variety of topics to educate, entertain, and engage you. The auto mechanics and rest of our team aims to develop and maintain relationships with our clients throughout Naples, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Marco Island, Everglades City, Ave Maria, and Lee County, and our blog is just one way we stay connected with you and your vehicle. Please check out our blog posts below:
Preparing Your Vehicle for a Summer Roadtrip in Naples, FL The summer season is here, so it's time to hit the open road! Whether planning a beachside escape or a scenic drive around Southwest Florida, your vehicle must be prepared for the journey. At Happy Wallet Quality Auto Repair, we believe your peace of mind and safety should always come first. That's why today we'll share our top tips for preparing your vehicle for summer road trips in Naples, FL, and beyond. Let's get started! Check Your Vehicle Maintenance Needs Before You Go Before you take off on your summer vacation, ensure you've completed all of your vehicle's regular maintenance services. This includes oil changes, tire rotations, brake inspections, and battery tests. At Happy Wallet Quality Auto Repair, we offer comprehensive maintenance services so you can rest assured knowing your vehicle is in optimal condition before setting out on the open road. Pack An Emergenc ... read more
Preparing Your Vehicle for Hurricane Season in Naples, FL The world knows the Gulf Coast of Florida for our beautiful beaches and lush landscapes. But our little slice of heaven is also subject to some pretty extreme weather, the worst of which is hurricane season. As temperatures heat up during the summer months, it's important to start preparing your vehicle for hurricane season. Here are a few tips on getting your car ready for any storms coming our way from Happy Wallet Quality Auto Repair in Naples, FL. Check Your Tires Before the Storm Hits Your tires are one of the most important components of your vehicle when it comes to driving through wet and windy conditions. Make sure that all four tires have sufficient tread depth and adequate air pressure before hurricane season begins. If you notice any wear or abrasions on your tires, don't wait until the last minute to replace them — swap them as soon as possible! You can add some tire sealant or a t ... read more
By Susanne2688 Naples, Florida: 3 Must-See Destinations (with an extra at the end) Naples, Florida, is an amazing place to visit for anyone looking for a vacation or a weekend away. With its white sand beaches, clear blue waters, and incredible restaurants and entertainment, it's no wonder why so many people come here every year. But with so much to do and see in this beautiful city, it can be hard to narrow down the list of must-see spots. That's why we've put together a list of three must-see destinations in Naples that you won't want to miss! Naples Pier The Naples pier is one of the most popular spots in town, located at the end of 12th Avenue South on the Gulf Coast. It is a great spot for fishing, watching dolphins swimming around, or just enjoying a beautiful sunset. There is also a concession stand where you can grab some snacks and drinks while you take in the view. During certain times of the year, there are festivals at the pier, i ... read more
By Adobe Photo Stock Show Some Love To Your Vehicle This Valentine's Day! Valentine's Day is a time for love, and what better way to show your car, truck, or SUV some love than by giving it the TLC it deserves? A well-maintained vehicle will last you longer and perform better, so keep these seven tips in mind when treating your vehicle with extra care this Valentine's season. 1. Change Your Oil Regularly Always ensure that your oil is up-to-date and changed according to the manufacturer's recommended schedule. Regular oil changes are necessary for lubricating all of the moving parts in your engine and keeping it running smoothly. 2. Check Your Tire Pressure Low tire pressure can cause a decrease in fuel efficiency and an increase in wear and tear on your tires. Check your tire pressure every few weeks and top off any tires that are low on air before they become a bigger problem.   ... read more
By Mikola249 5 Ways To Stay Safe On The Road After being cooped up indoors for the past few months, there's nothing quite like hitting the open highway with the windows down and the music up. But before you do, you should perform a few safety checks on your vehicle to ensure it's in top condition. Here are the top 5 safety features to check before hitting the road. 1. Tires One of the most important safety features of your vehicle is its tires. Tires keep you connected to the road, so they must be in good condition before taking any long trips. Be sure to check your tire pressure (you can find the recommended tire pressure for your vehicle in the owner's manual) and tread depth (you can do this by inserting a penny into the tread grooves - if you can see Lincoln's head, it's time for new tires). If you're unsure how to properly check your tires, stop by your local auto shop, and they'll be happy to help. 2. Brakes Your brakes are another cruci ... read more
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