1. Snow Tires Vs. All-Weather Tires

    If you’re heading for the open road this winter, and you know that road is coated in snow and ice, then it’s wise to toss on tires that can handle the adverse conditions. After all, with standard tires, you could end up in a ditch, waiting in the cold for a tow truck to save your day. So, instead of taking a chance, you’re proactively opting to install tires that can handle slippery roads. B…Read More

  2. Tips to Select the Right Tires for Your Vehicle

    If you’re considering an upgrade for the tires on your vehicle, but you’re not certain about the best tire type, we have the ultimate guide to aid you in finding the right tire for your vehicle, your driving style, and the conditions in which you most often drive. The most common tires that we replace/upgrade are standard tires, performance tires, all-terrain tires, snow tires, and all-weather…Read More

  3. Travel Items You Should Always Have

    In our previous post, we gave readers the choice, drive or fly to their final destination across the country. If you chose to drive, we’re beyond excited for you! To prepare you for your drive, we gave you plenty of tips, but what about your car itself? If your Toyota is packed the the brim with essentials, such as food, water, clothes and your furry friend, it’s time to make room for safety i…Read More

  4. Prolong Your Toyota’s Life

    You car is the tool you use to get from point A to point B on a daily basis. Whether you have to drop the kids off at school or scurry your way over to work with a 20 minute drive ahead of you, your car needs to be safe and reliable day in and day out. The Toyota experts at Urban Autocare of Denver and Lakewood recognize that your Rav4, Corolla, or Tundra needs to stay in tip-top shape, and we can…Read More

  5. 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

  6. Don’t Ignore the Check Engine Light

    It can be hard to make sure that your car is running in outstanding condition all of the time. We get that life happens and more important issues take a stand over how well your car is functioning, but let’s not forget that, without your car, you could be stuck! We’ve been giving you some of the signs that your transmission may be going out on your Toyota. Here are more signs to look out for w…Read More

  7. Car Hacks Everyone Must Know!

      Our final blog is here! If you have been following the previous blog posts we’ve shared with you regarding the 9 do it yourself car hacks that you could be using on a day to day basis, then you will be excited to know that we’ve finally reached the end! Our Subaru repair specialists here in Denver want to give you the last few hacks that you will be more than excited to use on a daily b…Read More

  8. Be in the Know to Subaru’s Secrets

    When it comes to driving on Colorado’s winter, snow-packed roads, you need to be driving a car that you can fully trust and rely on. If you have lived in Colorado for a while now, then you’re probably well aware that one of Denver’s most popular vehicles the Subaru. Subarus are one of the most well-versed cars out there on the road, which leaves many Coloradans buying new Subarus each and ev…Read More

  9. Top 10 Common Auto Repairs Part 2

    No matter what kind of car you have, repairs are likely to happen. Knowing where to go and who to trust with your Subaru for the repair you need is highly important, and that is why, here at Urban Auto Care, we have been giving you some insight on the most common repairs that we see here in Denver. We’ve already mentioned that brake work, oil changes and coolant system repairs are very common. H…Read More

  10. Know your Car’s Brakes

      Anxiety is usually a side-effect of driving on snowy roads in Denver. Not only do we all tend to grip the wheel so tight that we end up with white knuckles, but we tend to hold our breathe and hope for the best, well at least I do. One of the best ways to know that you’re driving safely in the snow is to just that, know how to drive in the snow! If you’ve been following our previous blo…Read More