1. Stick Shift in Sports Car

    Seven Benefits of Driving a Stick Shift

    Many folks don’t understand the advantages of learning how to drive a manual transmission, until the transmission in their own car needs a repair and they’re left trying to figure out how to get to and from work, etc. — fortunately, our auto shop is always here in Lakewood if you need transmission repairs. If you’ve recently found yourself out of luck because you’re car is in the shop fo…Read More

  2. Shifter of a Sports Car

    To Drive a Manual or Not?

    It’s important that every person who has a license learns how to drive a manual transmission. Manual transmissions are a great type of transmission to look for those who love being in control of your car’s engine power at all times, but many people don’t know how to drive a manual. One thing that our transmission repair crew at Urban Autocare has noticed is that most people who know how to o…Read More

  3. Mechanic Changing a Tire

    Does Your Vehicle Have Good Drums (Or Rotors)?

    Vehicles that are well-maintained and cared for over the years have a better chance of surviving the test of time. Our auto repair experts all agree that if you provide you car with the needed services to keep it rolling, your vehicle will more than likely have no trouble at all staying running throughout the years. All you have to do is make sure that you are on top of getting your vehicle servic…Read More

  4. Car Braking on Rainy Road

    Safety 101 – Brakes

    Coloradans are known to keep the same car for years. Are you someone who has joined this legacy? If so, Urban Autocare in Denver has some great tips that you’ll find useful. If you’re an individual who has owned, or will own the same car for years, it’s time that you figure out a game plan to make sure your car stays in tip-top shape! Previously, our Toyota repair gurus mentioned the importa…Read More

  5. Pouring Oil

    Regular Oil Changes Equal More Power

    Many car owners think that it’s hard to keep a car running for years and years. Although that may be true for some, the way you treat your car will determine whether your vehicle can last for many years. The auto repair crew at Urban Autocare of Denver and Lakewood have just the tips on how you can keep your car running now and into the future. Stay up-to-date on oil changes. It’s highly impor…Read More

  6. Engine Hoses

    Prepare Your Car for Spring

    Can you believe spring is not even a month away? The weather is starting to get warmer, and snow in the forecast is becoming rare. With that, car owners should be preparing for warmer temperatures. Because of this, the auto repair pros at Urban Autocare have prepared some tips on how to get your car ready, just in time for spring. Although we highly suggest that you take your car to us for a sprin…Read More

  7. Damaged Road Surface

    Mother Nature Wrecks Roads

    People throughout the Denver Metro area, have a love/hate relationship with winter. Some people love winter, as long as it snows but aren’t willing to go drive through it. And others love summer, in fact, many could skip winter and be a’okay with it! No matter what your beliefs about winter may be, there’s no escaping the ice-chipped, slippery roads that Mother Nature has so peacefully cover…Read More

  8. Snowy Road and Tire Closeup

    Don’t Let The Sky Fall On Your Path

    The sky is falling! That’s one of the many reasons folks are staying indoors this winter season. Snow has been covering skyscrapers and the Rocky Mountains, and it doesn’t look like it will stop any time soon. So, if you are someone who doesn’t enjoy driving in the harsh winter conditions that Mother Nature has laid out for us, you may be stuck in your home for a few more months. But that’…Read More

  9. Toyota Vehicle

    Is Your Toyota Ready?

    The amount of people who prefer to stay indoors when Denver gets hit with a massive storm is immense. Of course, if you don’t know how to drive on wintery roads, many people who are out there will thank you, but to us, everyone needs to be prepared to drive, even in the worst conditions. If you’ve been following our previous blog posts, then you are aware that the Denver Metro’s most trusted…Read More

  10. Driving on a Winter Road

    Prepare for Ice-Rink Roads

    Even though Coloradans have adapted to crazy weather changes, there is one thing many people prefer not to do, and that’s drive in the snow. Snow may seem like a beautiful, peaceful scenery, but behind a running motor, you may see snow in a different light. Snow has the power to turn dry, safe roads into cold, slippery ice rinks, and if you don’t know how to drive on that type of surface, it d…Read More