Myrtle Beach’s roads can be tough on your car or truck and your wheels bear the brunt of the harsh conditions. In fact it is very common for a vehicle to become slightly out of alignment after just a year or less. You don’t have to worry though, vehicle alignments are a simple process and the state-of-the-art systems at Turn Key Auto Repair can diagnose and align your car or truck quickly and affordably.Read More
Are you ready for the winter weather and your upcoming holiday vacations? Whether you are driving in and around MyrtleBeach, or going on a longer road trip, your local mechanics at Turn KeyAutomotive have several tips for you to get you and your vehicle ready for winter.Read More
Being prepared for when live doesn’t go quite right is a critical part of being a safe driver and living a prepared life. This is definitely true here in Myrtle Beach were we are in crosshairs of hurricanes for several months throughout the year. Many area residents know the importance of a good car disaster kit. Not only will having a car disaster kit help when a storm is off the coast, it will also help the day-to-day little disasters that you face.
There are are already countless sources for good ideas for how to start and what to include in a disaster kit. Ready.gov offers some great advice as to what to include in a car disaster kit, as well as what should be included in a general at home disaster kit.
In this article we are going to build a typical kit you might find from Ready.gov and then add in several items we at Turn Key Automotive feel should be in every car disaster kit.
When your Check Engine light comes on it’s not a suggestion and it’s not a reason to cover up the light with a piece tape either. Typically your vehicle, especially newer cars and trucks, will very clearly tell you what you need to do, be it low tire pressure, oil change time, door ajar, and more. However at times, you will see the dreaded check engine light… What does that mean though? Are you about to be hit with hundreds of dollars in car repairs?Read More
Your car dashboard has that same annoying light again, it’s time for your six month, or 3,000 mile oil change. But do you really need an oil change? It’s not as if your vehicle is burning oil, in fact your car us running great, so why bother taking it to the mechanic and spending money just to change our your oil?Read More
With another Myrtle Beach summer right around the corner, it’s time for you annual car air conditioning service check. Why? Because oftentimes you won’t realize you have an air conditioning issue until the summer heat hits and you find yourself sweating behind the wheel. The good news is a simple and fast AC system check up can identify any potential issues and give you time to get your car’s air conditioning system running at it’s peak before summer. Better yet, an AC check is fast and can be done at the same time as your next oil change.Read More
Spring in Myrtle Beach can be tough on both a car’s exterior and interior. The ever changing weather can make the roads a mess and the arrival of the thick yellow pine pollen can make keeping your vehicle clean next to impossible.
So, now that the weather is getting nicer, the pollen is starting to subside, and beach season is right around the corner; how can you keep your car looking new? The team at Turn Key Automotive has the car care guide specifically for Myrtle Beach.Read More
There’s only one thing connecting your vehicle, and family’s safety, to the road. And while you may not be thinking about your car or truck’s tires often, you should know a few things to ensure your connection to the road is secure. Here’s the five most important things you need to know to keep your tires in shape. If you have questions or need help, you can always call the team at Turn Key Automotive at 843-293-6793 or by contacting us here.Read More
It’s winter in Myrtle Beach, and that means cold! Well not always… with temperature swings from the blustery teens up to very comfortable 70s the Myrtle Beach weather can be just about anything in the winter. This can be just as tough on your car or truck as it is on you. Luckily while you can’t predict the weather, you can predict what your vehicle will need to survive this year’s winter. This checklist will give you all the tips and tricks to winterize your vehicle.Read More