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Summertime Driving 2022

It is perhaps a reality-based joke that summer begins on July 5th in the Northwest, but did you know that your driving habits should be adjusted according to the seasonal conditions?  The skilled and compassionate staff at Rolf’s Import Auto Service want to offer some tips to help you stay safe throughout this summer of…
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3 tips for surviving Memorial Day road travel

Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time of year to pack up the car, and head to the lake, mountain, or campground with those you love. You can grill up some burgers, grab a cold drink, and dream about the upcoming summer. Most importantly, it’s a time to reflect upon the freedom to do all…
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National Car Care Month

Winter has come to an end, spring is in full swing, and there is no better time than April, which also serves as National Car Care Month, to get your car in tip-top shape for summer road trips or simply for driving around town. No matter your transportation needs, it is essential to make sure…
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Springtime Car Care

There is no doubt about it; winter is rough on cars. While we might have a few frosty days again, most of the coldest months are behind us and it’s time to prevent unnecessary repairs and expenses by performing the annual ritual of spring auto maintenance and inspection. Small, hidden problems could get big if…
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National Battery Day February 18th

February may be the shortest month of the year, but that certainly doesn’t make it the least interesting.  In fact, did you know that National Battery Day falls on February 18th?  Did you even know there was such a thing as National Battery Day?!  Well, you’re in luck.   The term battery was first coined by…
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Driving in the Pacific Northwest Rain

The PNW has seen a fair amount of rain in the past few weeks.  Rain, hilly terrain, and heavy ground saturation can build up to create bigger challenges than normal commuting brings us on a daily basis.  Driving in the rain is no fun. The visibility is poor, the roads are slick. All you want…
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