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Improve your vehicle’s performance and luck this spring

We’re in the luckiest month of the year—a time of four leaf clovers, leprechauns, and pots of gold. But just because you may be feeling lucky, it doesn’t mean you should leave the care and maintenance of your vehicle to chance. It takes forethought and responsibility. Luckily, with a little help from Rolf’s Import Auto,…
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Pamper your vehicle this Valentine’s Day

As you plan your romantic gestures this Valentine’s Day, don’t forget your tried and true partner—your vehicle. Whether you drive a classic muscle car, a luxe SUV, or a sporty hatchback, your vehicle deserves a little love, too. And of course, you’ll also reap the benefits! It’s all in the detail. Grab the feather duster…
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A Look Back at 2018 Blog Content

We are so excited to continue providing you with great blog content throughout 2019. But have you read all the awesome content from the past year? Our articles were full of auto care tips and ideas to make the most of your vehicle. Check them all out below! 4 auto-themed gift ideas for your Valentine…
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3 acts of [car] service to give this holiday season

We all know this is the season of kindness, generosity… and stuff. We are constantly reminded of all the tech toys, shiny jewelry, and amazing apparel we can give to our friends and family during the holidays. But have you considered giving something more valuable than stuff? We’re talking about your time. And because we’re…
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5 vehicle winterization steps to complete before Thanksgiving

It’s that time of year again! Everyone is donning scarves and counting down the days until Thanksgiving—a time of togetherness, gratefulness and, of course, delicious dishes. But as the winter season approaches, you may noticed that the days are growing colder and the nights are becoming frostier. The coming winter months will present hazards for…
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Safe Halloween Driving Tips

October has arrived and with it comes pumpkins, cider, cooler weather, and of course, Halloween. The combination of cold temperatures, slick roads, and the Halloween holiday mean that car and driving safety is of the utmost importance—especially on October 31, when parents and their little monsters, ghosts, and goblins will be trick-or-treating or driving to…
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