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At Scott Sherman Auto Care, we are committed to helping you maintain your vehicle in optimum condition and performance. This commitment to your vehicle doesn't stop when you leave our facility.

In this section of our website, you will find tips and news that you can use to help you maintain your vehicle and keep you driving safely and comfortably. Be sure to check back as these tips and news will be updated regularly.

Tag Archives: Winter

Holiday Gift Guide For Car Enthusiasts

 Holiday Gift Guide For Car Enthusiasts

Sometimes it’s tough to buy the perfect gift for the car enthusiast in your life. We’ve taken the guessing game out of it by giving you some of our favorite gadgets, gift basket ideas, and more!  Organization Enthusiast There’s nothing more frustrating than having the backseat full of junk. Keeping things organized and stylish can be a hassle. This backseat leather organizer by PALMOO is both stylish and affordable!  For those who want to organize the front seat for work and travel, this organizer from Think Clean Car really makes work on-the-go super easy.  A personal favorite way to keep the gap between your front seats neat and tidy is to use the Drop Stop seat gap filler. There are lots of options to choose from and different bra ... read more

Winter Car Care to Keep You on the Road

Winter Car Care to Keep You on the Road

It’s a typical extra-moist winter start in Seattle, and we all know how quickly and unpredictably our weather can change. Massive weather events are no joke, and we need to make sure our vehicles are well-maintained and ready to go. Having some winter car care done on your vehicle can save you a trip to the mechanic’s shop. Here are some of our top tips to keep you safe on the road: Keep Your Battery in Excellent Shape As the temperatures drop, your vehicle’s battery cranking power is reduced. Did you know that at 0 degrees, the battery only produces half the cranking power it has at 80 degrees? Checking your battery should be on your winter car care to-do-list. It's simple to do.  (Your owner’s manual can walk you through the steps.) You’ll want to remove the plastic caps and check the fluid level. For maintenance-free batteries, check the charge state window at the top of the battery. Have your battery tested to see if your battery is defectiv ... read more

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