Monthly Archives: September 2016

Autumn Vehicle Checklist

Autumn Vehicle Checklist

Autumn has officially arrived! After a long hot summer, the team here at Eurasian Auto Repair is ready to help you get your auto prepared for those cooler temperatures. Autumn’s arrival is a reminder to prepare for the cold winter months to come. To help you prepare, we have put together an autumn vehicle checklist. Heater & Defroster Check: The brisk mornings and evenings can creep up on you when you least expect it. Now is the time to make sure that your car’s heater is working properly. Also, you want to make sure that the defrost settings for both your front and back windshields are working correctly. Low visibility can be very dangerous when driving in the darker mornings to come. Battery Check: Our vehicles’ batteries can be sensitive to the changing temperatures outside. In order to avoid a cold morning with a dead battery, bring your vehicle into Eurasian Auto Repair and have your battery tested. We also recommend that you also have the ... read more

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Safety on the Road: Driving in a School Zone

Safety on the Road: Driving in a School Zone

School is back in session here in the San Antonio area! This means that you will be seeing those yellow flashing lights in your neighborhoods once again alerting you to a school zone. To help keep everyone safe on the road during this back to school season Eurasian Auto Repair has prepared a list of important safety tips for navigation the roads near and at school zones and bus stops. Safety Tip #1: Watch and obey school zone signs at all times! When you see a school zone sign and the light is flashing that means the school zone is in effect. It is common for the school zones to be in use 45 minutes before the school is open until class begins, during lunch periods, and 30 minutes beginning at the end of the school day. Speeding in a school zone is not only dangerous, but it can also be very costly. In the City of San Antonio, the traffic fines schedule shows that it is a fine of $213 for the first 10 MPH exceeded ever the speed limit. After the first ... read more

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